Asset Registers & Asset Management

Asset Registers of Building Fixtures and Contents

Quantum QS has developed a number of sophisticated techniques for tracking assets. Our clientele include; large commercial and government institutions as well as clubs, schools and hospitals that require asset registers for accounting and tax depreciation purposes.

An asset register will outline what you own, where it is located and what it will cost over its life. This tool can then provide the asset owner and manager to control financial risk and responsibility to stakeholders.

The most important ingredient of an asset register is to provide a basis for the analysis of vital property information. This will then lead to adopting informed decision making based on reliable data. Quantum QS has structured services around asset registers as they provide a robust form of data collection and storage, enabling a readily accessible and dynamic platform for analysis on all fronts of your asset management.

Quantum QS offers three categories of an asset register:

  • Standard Asset Register
  • The simplest form of asset register is the depreciation schedule which groups assets based on legislative provisions. This enables a small range of add on services including insurance reinstatement cost assessments and basic asset analysis.

  • Detailed Asset Register
  • A detailed asset register identifies individual assets enabling the provision of a wider range of services. The fundamental difference between the standard and detailed asset registers is that both depreciating and general building assets are identified separately in the detailed service.

  • The Full Asset Register
  • A full asset register is the most pertinent service where property is to be held in a portfolio and analysed for an extended period of time. For instance, each asset can be identified and monitored by location, division or by ownership. It enables condition audits and capital expenditure forecasts to be easily added to the data. The initial cost will provide savings over time as maintenance costs are reduced and management processes are streamlined.