Cheqroom, a Belgium-based company that offers a cloud-based asset management solution, is currently signing up big customers in the US like Wall Street Journal, Al Jazeera and Mashable.
The solution is particularly suitable for companies looking for a cost-effective, easy-to-use and future-proof solution to monitor their expensive equipment.
Although similar equipment management tools already exist they are not cloud-based and, furthermore, many companies are still managing their equipment manually using spreadsheets.
Cheqroom particularly attributes its success to the AV and broadcasting industries, as well as schools with audio-visual materials. Considering the average professional video camera costs up to $25,000, when AV equipment is used on a daily basis it is important to keep track of it all.
Through an intuitive, reliable, easy-to-use web and mobile interface, Cheqroom allows users to monitor valuable equipment anywhere they may go.
Henk Schepens, founder & CEO, explains: "In the early days, we were mostly targeting smaller companies, but it soon became clear equipment management is a challenging task for large companies too. With the growing demand in the AV market and rapidly growing technology, our tool fits the needs of today’s equipment managers."
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