Having said that, being able to locate assets -- a newly-made car, a critical spare part, a valuable device --...
and knowing how many you have in what location can provide valuable answers for key mission-critical BI questions. Knowing whether the inventory you need is truly on hand, or where on the lot is that car with the bad transmission, or if the supplies you need have arrived at the shop floor can be an important adjunct to any BI function.
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