Mobile printing is more than just a convenience for employees on the move. Whether you need to print on the warehouse floor, at a customer site, or inside the cab of a truck, mobile printing can help you streamline your supply chain in a number of ways. By taking full advantage of this technology, you can simplify tasks that were previously labor intensive and complex. How does mobile printing improve operations? There are three general…
Mobility has rapidly become a necessity for retail stores. As customer expectations change and the need for accurate inventory counts increases, wireless and mobile technologies have emerged as a key competitive differentiator for brick-and-mortar retailers. A number of factors have converged to drive adoption of mobile devices in retail: - Customers demand on-the-spot, in-person service. Associates need real-time information about price and product availability. - Accurate inventory counts are essential, especially if you fulfill online…
Operators are continuously looking for ways to cut costs and improve warehouse efficiency while still meeting customer satisfaction expectations and maintaining overall profitability. This can be especially challenging for warehouses that are already highly automated. Once a facility has deployed barcode scanning, automated material handling equipment, and other technologies, it can be difficult to find areas for additional improvement. One way is to further optimize the use of the technology to ensure that the equipment…
There was a time when enterprise mobility deployments were almost strictly Windows-based solutions. Windows CE and Windows Mobile were de facto standards for both industrial line-of-business applications that relied on rugged devices and white collar mobile apps. That has steadily changed. Microsoft’s mobile strategy faltered in recent years as it realigned its product set in advance of the release of Windows 10 and put a halt to additional development around its previous mobile operating systems.…
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