Everything has a history. Know what it is.

You probably have bought something and had it shipped to you by courier. 

You know how you get a tracking number for the package? That tracking number lets you see the history of the package – where and when it was checked in at certain locations.

That’s what ItemPath lets you do yourself, with your items. Plus more. 

More than tracking just check-in locations and times, though, with ItemPath you can also attach custom attributes about items you track. 

What do you want to know about an item when it gets checked-in at a location? Its temperature? Condition? Who handled it? How much it weighed?

The sky’s the limit when you use ItemPath to track your things. 

In addition to this, ItemPath not only tracks items that stay the same, but you can combine items into a new one or separate items from an existing one. All of the traceable links can be followed from original source to final destination.

ItemPath has yet another plus. It lets you design your own checklists called “Snapshots” for locations so that you can record conditions there or have electronic forms filled in at certain intervals.

Snapshots totally replaces clipboards and paper forms. You create your own fields of various types and even set acceptable tolerances. There is an approval process with comment trails built-in. What is really helpful is that the details of those snapshots then become part of the history of every item that is checked in at that location.

Each item is tracked in ItemPath with its unique ID. If you want, you can use ItemPath’s built-in label designer and cloud printing feature to print labels with whatever details you want, including the item ID in bar code or 2D code.

Built on the principles of traceability, ItemPath lets you build a detailed history of your things, from assets to materials, equipment, and even people.

Monitor your inventory, production and processes. Improve your quality and safety programs using Snapshots. Print labels. Follow traceable links.

Everything has a history. Now you can know what it is.