White Papers & Case Studies

  1. How Technology Can Improve Operations And Bring Your Business Closer To Your Customer

    OPERATING A BUSINESS IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY has become increasingly difficult over the last few years. With companies operating globally on at least some level, the impact of these challenges is being felt across all industries and involves entities of all sizes. New compliance and regulations, changing consumer demands, rising transportation costs, and the need for good technology and communication can all affect the way goods move around the globe. These impacts can be felt both in mature and developing markets—but the challenges specific to each can vary greatly.

  2. Healthy Fast Food Chain Speeds Checkouts, Offers Targeted Deals With Help Of Honeywell

    Muscle Maker Grill needed a solution to quickly scan orders and receipts at checkout. The company was using in-line scanners and its employees were having difficulty lining up the barcodes on drink bottles.

  3. Enhancing The Customer Experience: Connected Devices For Field Service Workflows

    WE LIVE AND DO BUSINESS in a highly connected world. That brings clear benefits, such as being able to use real-time data capture and mobile access to applications to create efficiencies, but it also brings potential challenges. The connected customer demands more from retailers, logistics providers and services companies. One bad experience and the customer may leave forever.

  4. Smart Manufacturing Technology: What It Means To The Future of Business

    Smart Manufacturing technology is more than just a buzz phrase about today’s technology and its role in the future of worldwide manufacturing. The term accurately describes the convergence of every component of manufacturing, particularly access and integration of all relevant data.

  5. Mobile Coupon Return On Investment: Real Results From Real Retailers

    Mobile coupon popularity is growing rapidly in the retail sector. One analyst firm, solely focused on mobile, predicts that mobile coupons redeemed will almost double between 2014 and 2019 to more than 31 billion.

  6. Fully Stocked Show Displays Let Lord & Taylor Capture More Sales

    Lord & Taylor faced an all-too-common retail problem: you can’t sell what you don’t show. In the fast-changing, high-turnover arena of fashion, hot items fly off the shelves – and unless the display floor is quickly and properly stocked, the next potential sales opportunity can fly away, too.

  7. Four Trends Shaping The Future Of Retail

    Wireless networks are enhancing the shopper experience.

  8. How Barcoding Oversaw United Rentals’ Deployment of 2,500 New Mobile Devices

    Although many companies have internal project management teams, it is often most efficient to turn to outside resources to support large-scale solution deployments. Recently, United Rentals, Inc. did just that.

  9. Things To Consider When Using Smartphones For Data Capture

    Purpose-built scanners and mobile computers with integrated imagers deliver fast, accurate scanning.

  10. Zebra Technologies Brings Direct Data Exchange To The 21st Century

    Zebra Technologies is introducing the industry’s first complete, ruggedized enterprise-grade hardware and software Direct Data Exchange (DEX) solution that connects Direct Store Delivery (DSD) drivers to stores without a rugged DEX cable. With the introduction of Zebra’s new DX30 DEX Bluetooth-enabled wireless key fob – no bigger than a typical automobile key – Zebra has removed physical cables and eliminated common failure points at the wall jack or device.