Real-time machinery tracking takes the load off Strike’s equipment management
With WebTech solutions from AT&T, the reliable network keeps costs low and efficiency high.
Strike, a turnkey energy services company, needed a better way to track its over 80 million dollars’ worth of equipment.
Using AT&T as a key component of the company’s WebTech Wireless tracking solution. Strike can manage and track where each piece of equipment is located, from bulldozers to air compressors.
Strike can now keep detailed track of its vast amount and array of machinery that could be in any area across the U.S. at any time. Whether equipment has been stolen or a worker accidentally leaves equipment behind on a job site, Strike has been able to recover hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of assets that would have normally never been found again.
Strike is a leading North American provider of pipeline, facilities, fabrication, maintenance and integrity services to the energy industry.
Over 2,200 employees working out of 15 locations in 6 states.
If a piece of equipment was stolen or went missing from Strike’s large fleet of machinery, the company would have to use an outdated mode of technology to track it down—oftentimes, to no avail. And keeping detailed track of every piece was out of the question. Strike needed to enhance and streamline its tracking system.
Leveraging the reliable AT&T network through its WebTech system, Strike is able to keep a detailed record of each piece of machinery, no matter where it is. With special WebTech devices attached to each piece of equipment, the company can locate its entire fleet in real time. This allows them to operate more efficiently and confidently.