Office Furniture Management Services

Efficient furniture inventory asset management goes beyond a “set it and forget it” approach. Organizations must maintain organized, real-time records of their furniture inventory for various compelling reasons: Contact Us:

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  1. Informed Decision-Making: Knowing the details of your furniture inventory, whether it’s on or off-site, empowers you to make informed decisions. This knowledge helps optimize existing inventory, preventing unnecessary purchases.

  2. Condition and Maintenance Tracking: A comprehensive inventory system allows you to assess the condition of each item, complete with its maintenance history. This insight enables you to proactively create work orders for necessary repairs and track their status.

  3. Reporting and Planning: Utilizing a furniture inventory asset management platform facilitates the generation and sharing of reports for effective planning and budgeting.

  4. Theft and Loss Prevention: Real-time asset management significantly reduces the risk of theft and loss, providing enhanced security for your valuable furniture assets.
  5. Depreciation Tracking for Accounting: Easier tracking and reporting of depreciation ensure accurate accounting records, streamlining financial processes associated with your furniture assets.

  6. Comprehensive Asset Details: Keep track of all essential details linked to each furniture asset, eliminating the need to spend time searching for crucial data.

  7. Configuration Optimization: Access to your entire furniture inventory empowers facilities managers to identify configurable pieces, ultimately saving costs and maximizing investments.

Facilities Resource, Inc.¬† takes pride in offering comprehensive management of furniture assets, employing a variety of proven methodologies and innovative strategies tailored to each client’s unique requirements and industry nuances.

FRI remains at the forefront of the industry, delivering unparalleled service that extends well beyond standard furniture asset management practices.

  • Standards Development
  • Existing Furniture Survey
  • Furniture Design Layouts
  • Existing Furniture Reuse Strategy
  • New Furniture Procurement
  • Inventory Warehousing &¬†Maintenance
  • Racking Systems
  • Inventory Replenishment
  • Inventory Database Reports