Bath Rugby Club

Bath Rugby was founded in 1865 and during their 153 year history the club has won the Anglo-Welsh Cup, the Heineken Cup and the European Challenge Cup. They play their domestic league matches in the English Premiership, the top flight of English rugby.


To achieve an accurate and specific asset register for IT, Furniture, medical and rugby equipment across four locations within the club set up – The training ground, stadium, club shop and ticket office.

To progress from using inaccurate, high-risk, administrative and restrictive spreadsheets.

Offsite Data storage, security and back up services.

Flexibility and easy management system, fully scalable and adaptable for future needs.

To control data access and updates by personnel throughout the company.

Complete electronic audit history for each asset throughout its lifecycle.

The Solution
After discussions held together, Assettrac was able to understand and analyse the specific requirements and provide its customer tailorable asset tracking and data management portal to manage their equipment. This included a centralised online system to hold and access the correct and latest details at any of their locations and update their details using a PC, laptop or handheld.

Assettrac was delighted to provide the system, help with implementation, user training and full ongoing and continuous support, for resource and business continuity purposes.

Assettrac, with the clubs guidance designed a portal to ensure that all information needed relating to its assets so all information could be captured. Assettrac provided custom designed asset tags, ideally suited to a variety of environments and equipment.

Once the cloud account was set up (in a matter of days) Assettrac could then deliver a training and implementation session for administrators and other users to fully manage their equipment. Assettrac then supports Bath Rugby with full access to Assettrac’s customer team for any additional assistance required.

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