A solid furniture asset management strategy is an excellent way to control and contain unnecessary expenses. It allows you to know what you have, how much is available, where it is located, and how it can be reallocated for your company when needed. It can also help you dispose of product that you no longer need, allowing you to manage your storage costs more effectively. At our 78,000 square foot warehouse in Wood Dale, IL, we employ the latest inventory technology to track and manage your assets.

Warehousing Management Features

78,000 square foot capacity warehouse in Wood Dale, IL
Storage capacity for excess furniture, documents or excess inventory
Web portal provides access to inventory for inquiry, reservation and evaluation purposes (Digital images are available)
Reservation system allowing multiple users to reserve product in advance for future projects
Single centralized location for inventory with the capability to receive and send furniture throughout the country
Workstation Standards that can be built utilizing existing inventoried components
Use Trial Kitting to determine how many standard workstations can be built with your inventory
Complete descriptions of furniture including manufacturer, model number, fabrics and finishes and current condition
Analysis of inventory by date received, origin, P.O. number, furniture class, length of time in the warehouse, most frequently used items, etc.
Inventory reports can be e-mailed and read using .PDF file format or downloaded off the Internet
Digital images of assets in storage can be viewed on-line via the Internet or e-mailed using JPEG file format

Asset Disposal/Relocation Benefits

Can offer used furniture to furniture brokers when it comes time to dispose of existing furniture
Have list of many charities on file, which regularly take donation of old furniture
Can relocate and ship your furniture anywhere in the country through our network of dealers throughout the country

Onsite Asset Management Benefits

Onsite inventories may be used for fixed asset record keeping, furniture reconfiguration or resale/brokering
Complete descriptions of furniture including manufacturer’s name, model number, fabrics, finishes and current condition allow you to easily evaluate your assets
Analysis of inventory by date purchased, location, department, P.O. number, furniture class, length of time in service, etc.
Designers can convert inventory for use in CAD/CET drawings when doing re-configurations