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Effective supply chains and data collection systems are the enablers of many opportunities for making businesses more productive and efficient, and providing greater visibility into the business.

When designing solutions we consider your budget, goals, timeframe, the status and direction of technology, and other important variables that ultimately determine your return-on-investment.

RFID

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is changing the nature of data collection. Never before has there existed the level of automation that is possible with RFID. Barcodes essentially do the same thing, but typically require a person and always require line-of-site between the scanner and the barcode label. RFID eliminates the need, in most cases, for any manual scanning, and RFID tags do not require line-of-site.


Mobile Computing

The beneficial uses of mobile computing have not all been identified, not by a long shot! The next several years will represent tremendous growth in terms of uses and users of these solutions. Being mobile no longer means you have to be "disconnected".

 

 
 

 


Barcode Printing and Scanning

Barcoding solutions improve data integrity, by eliminating keypunching errors. Also, barcoding dramatically expedites the data collection process compared to manually entering data into a system.


Wireless Networking

Wireless networking applies to businesses in several ways: In-facility data collection and mobility, VoIP, building-to-building networking, thus eliminating the need for expensive leased lines, and for wide-area connectivity to a database from remote locations. The IEEE standards ensure hardware from different manufacturers works together, so companies can choose the network hardware independent of the user's hardware.

 

 
 

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