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Make Your Mark: Benefits of Laser Marking Corporate Assets

Cell phones, laptops, tablets… Your company spends a lot of money on corporate assets for employees. This presentation explains how to keep tabs on those valuable assets even while promoting your company’s business.



Date: November 20, 2014
Time: 2 PM EST (11 AM PST)
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

Companies can spend a near fortune on corporate assets for employees. Cell phones, laptops, and tablets are issued to workers in efforts to increase communication and boost productivity. With significant funds tied up in electronic devices, it's important they are easy to identify, track, and trace. This presentation will demonstrate why laser marking is an easy and cost-effective way to keep tabs on your assets while increasing brand awareness. Attendees will learn why permanent laser marking is a more effective way to mark assets than traditional labeling methods. They will discover how CO2 and fiber laser marking technology works on common electronic devices. And, they will learn how job management software makes it easy to quickly and efficiently mark new assets as they arrive.

Key Takeaways

  • Understand the importance of being able to identify, track and trace valuable corporate assets such as tablets, notebooks, and mobile phones
  • Learn how CO2 laser engraving, marking, and cutting systems can strengthen ID processes, reduce theft, and increase brand awareness
  • Discover how to streamline the marking process with jigs and templates
  • Learn how Epilog's Job Management software allows users to create a custom laser flow process to quickly and easily mark their most common devices

Speaker

Bob Henry, Product Manager, Epilog Laser

A 17-year veteran of the laser industry, Bob Henry is a product manager at Epilog Laser, specializing in the industrial market sectors. Henry manages Epilog's government sales programs and also serves as a corporate liaison to franchise organizations. In addition, he is involved with new product development, providing insight to Epilog's engineering staff regarding new product and technical requirements based on customer and industry needs.