Tracking assets in Airtable is easier than you might think – the biggest challenge (as always) is to properly structure the database architecture. Of course, a table for the assets themselves is required. You’ll most likely also need a schedule to track those assets (who needs them – and when). Also, if your company is renting those assets directly to customers, you’ll also want a place to track orders.
A local entrepreneur owns a bounce house rental company and needed some help putting together a brief database for his company. Check out this video showcasing how we would build the various parts of this to help him achieve a fully automated business.
In the video we go through the steps of updating the architecture. Stay tuned to the end to hear about different automation potential (I even showcase the most important one).
What assets are you tracking in Airtable?