A Better Future for Surplus
AssetZone® Asset Management
Smarter Asset Management. Better ROI.
Seamless Surplus Asset Management from Discovery Through Sale
Effective surplus asset management helps you contain costs, optimize use of resources, and make smart investment recovery decisions that further sustainability initiatives. Liquidity Services' proprietary AssetZone software, a Software-as-a-Service solution used by many Fortune 1000 organizations, allows for more effective management of the entire asset lifecycle across all of your locations worldwide.
The AssetZone Process
AssetZone provides complete visibility into all surplus assets across your organization, empowering you to more effectively execute
every stage of your asset management program.
Capture all asset data across your organization and identify assets with redeployment or resell potential.
Identify assets that require valuation, which can then be appraised by our expert valuation team to enable data-driven asset management decisions.
Facilitate redeployment across your organization by easily identifying, promoting, and requesting assets to be redeployed.
Easily mark assets for sale, schedule sales, and view results, facilitating ongoing asset disposition to generate maximum investment recovery.
Search for and request surplus or idle assets you need, efficiently filling resource gaps across your organization.
Monitor assets throughout the shipping and settlement lifecycle and electronically send shipping documentation.
The AssetZone Advantage
AssetZone enables value-based decision making across your organization. The transparent, real-time data AssetZone provides maximizes your return on investment by allowing you to strategically resell assets directly on Liquidity Services' marketplace sites or redeploy them elsewhere within your organization.
AssetZone's user-friendly interface includes robust features – from a bulk-upload option to automatic recording of asset status changes – that facilitate ease of adoption and use. Customizable user roles, data fields, and reporting options allow you to tailor AssetZone to your organization's needs.
AssetZone easily integrates into your existing systems with a sophisticated interface that allows data to transfer seamlessly. A fully cloud-hosted solution, AssetZone requires no additional IT investment or resources.
Our dedicated development team ensures that AssetZone keeps pace with your evolving needs. We frequently release software updates that further enhance AssetZone's global asset management capabilities. AssetZone is an investment in better asset management today and tomorrow.
See Our Client Success Stories
Learn how we've delivered consultative surplus asset management, valuation, and sales solutions for the world's leading organizations.
BAE Systems, a top aerospace and advanced defense company, was looking for a single service provider who could provide a surplus asset management program across all of their 55 locations within the United Kingdom. The management team desired the development of a program to improve surplus asset management, expanding the number of assets being transferred internally to maximize use, while increasing the cash return to its respective locations when assets were sold.
Valuation, Management, and Disposition Help Airport Authority Maximize Value for Terminal Construction Surplus
An airport authority planned to construct a fifth terminal at one of the world’s largest and busiest airports. Requiring over 8,000 construction workers and 80,000 tons of structural steel at a 126-hectare site, this endeavor was Europe’s largest construction project at the time. The organization needed to purchase a large array of construction equipment to build the terminal, and it sought an expert partner to achieve maximum return on these assets after use.
A large producer of private label plastic products for the hanger, garden, and hardware industry restructured its operations and had a need to liquidate assets from one of its operations. The company turned its focus toward its core business and began the search for a third-party provider to manage the resale of allocated assets. A key factor in vendor selection was the ability to provide a cost-effective solution with experience with injection molding machines and product molds.
A global consumer goods company made a decision to close one of its facilities in Europe. While reviewing the assets it might redeploy or sell externally, the company discovered the information on the assets was incomplete and disorganized. Its management team requested a more efficient process to capture information on the assets and understand their value for both redeployment and sale purposes.