Introduction

Everything has a history. With ItemPath, you can know what it is.

By checking in each item at locations, you can know where everything came from and went.

Plus, you can capture whatever details you would like to know about your items at those check-in points.

ItemPath is designed to be flexible to work in just about any situation where people want to track things of all kinds.

What does ItemPath do?

ItemPath lets people build a detailed history of the things they want to track.

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 with your items.

Plus there's more, such as printing labels and adding whatever details you want to gather about items as you check them in. And there's also a Snapshots feature that lets you gather information about a location that becomes part of the history of the items that are checked in there.

Who uses ItemPath?

ItemPath is used by all kinds of companies and people who simply want to track things and see their history. This ranges from small one-person operations to large multi-site companies. People use ItemPath for tracking pretty much anything from assets to materials undergoing transformation at multiple levels..

Is it in the cloud?

Yes. From the beginning, we created ItemPath to be accessible from anywhere using simply a browser on any device connected to the internet. The benefits of cloud software are significant compared to traditional software:

  • your data is accessible on the go
  • no servers or software to manage
  • your data is kept secure
  • updates are automatic and seamless
  • you can choose your own device and OS

See more benefits of ItemPath in the cloud here.