Belgravium and Equipment Tracking announce strategic alliance

Equipment Tracking, a specialist in the development of innovative software solutions for pallet and equipment tracking markets, recently signed a partnership agreement with Belgravium, a manufacturer of rugged mobile computing devices.

Equipment Tracking will offer Belgravium RFID enabled handheld computers as a platform for its asset management software within the leading manufacturing, warehousing and logistics organisations the solution will enable end-to-end control of equipment pool, saving time, money and driving improved performance.

The alliance will see Equipment Tracking utilising Belgraviums Boston 8500 and Atlanta 8000 series rugged handheld devices as a hardware platform for their MPC and ERICA solutions. The joint solution will add enable improved traceability, handling efficiency and better information about the location and condition of products via the incorporation of RFID functionality.

Mike Turner, Belgraviums Group Marketing Manager enthuses: Our own reputation is directly influenced by our choice of software partner and clients - we are delighted to be working with Equipment Tracking because of the quality of their solutions and the companys overall professionalism, the alliance will enable us to capitalise on the growth of RFID technology with a best of breed end to end solution

About Equipment Tracking Ltd

Equipment Tracking was founded over 14 years ago and is recognised as one of the most innovative developers of software for pallet and equipment tracking. Its solutions are continually evolving to meet the ever changing requirements of the global supply chain industry.

As experts in the management of pallets, Equipment Tracking have created two main service offerings the supply of software or a total management service. Their two software systems can track any type of equipment that needs balances monitoring on either an organizations own or suppliers/customers sites:

MPC (Multi Product Control)
Todays supply chain demands integrated systems that provides them with real-time information; a secure, robust system that integrates and collates delivery and receipt data giving companies the power to manage their balances and reconcile the accuracy of supplier invoices.

Giving you the tools to manage all balances, automated declarations and invoice reconciliation, MPC removes the need to use a different supplier portal for each pallet type. The system significantly reduces administrative time as flexible data entry options give companies the opportunity to capture the majority despatch and receipt data with minimal manual intervention.

ERICA (Equipment, Reconciliation, Invoicing, and Control Application)
A software solution providing complete end-to-end control of your equipment pool. ERICA was designed to be the operating system for pools of any type of equipment. At its core ERICA provides a robust and extensively configurable model of your real world equipment flows. Through its balances and equipment reporting, ERICA helps you to understand where your equipment is and how its being used.

ERICAs extensive functionality provides tools to manage equipment flow, planning collections, and maintaining sites required equipment levels. A flexible charging model allows ERICA to raise charges for equipment use or implement deposit and refund schemes to help reduce equipment attrition. Equipment can be uniquely identified via Barcode or RFID, providing an exact, item level understanding of where your equipment is, and how it got there.

About Belgravium

Belgravium Technologies manufactures a wide range of rugged mobile computing devices, incorporating both WAN and LAN technologies, that are now accessible to Equipment Tracking Customers. The units are IP-rated and have numerous shock-absorbing components which make them particularly well suited to harsh environments such as warehouses, fuel delivery, industrial manufacturing environments and more demanding field-based locations, as well as for general business use.

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