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Asset Tags & Asset Labels Technology beneficial to companies
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Feb '09
The LabelOutlet is an industry leader in customizing asset tags and labels to a wide range of companies. The technology in this industry has played a pivotal role in maximizing efficiency and controlling inventory in private and government industries.

The value of asset tracking continues to be a high priority for organizations and companies to maintain inventory of their products and deter or reduce theft of property. Sequential numbering, bar coding and other forms of tracking reduce labor costs and provide the most accurate information on asset inventory.

Companies of all sizes benefit from the technology which enables them to have tracking software and customized reports to manage expenses and have a complete handle on all the costs associated with their product line. Fixed asset inventory changes on a daily basis as assets are bought, upgraded, sent out for maintenance and retired. Whether the focus is tracking inventory or preventing theft, asset tags are the tangible evidence of a well organized asset management program.

The needs of each company are different and the specialists at LabelOutlet have a comprehensive line of polyester, polypropylene, foil and metal nameplate materials to suit every customer's needs. Special materials such as steel or aluminum can be used in industrial environments. Bar codes, numbering, custom artwork and logos can be incorporated into each order by the experienced staff at the LabelOutlet.

"Our goal with each customer is to understand their needs and provide them with the design and delivery of their selected label in a timely fashion," said LabelOutlet representative Howard Namkin. "With a complete inventory of asset labels and tags and the ability to customize barcode and serialized nameplates, we take pride in delivering a quality product to each client."

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