Having insights into what end users want from IT solutions is always valuable, and this perspective will be particularly valuable as mobility, cloud computing, and Internet of Things (IoT) technology continue to converge. End users joined a panel discussion at the Smart VAR Summit: Age Of Intelligence — IoT, Cloud, And Mobility Convergence, powered by ScanSource, Zebra Technologies, and Business Solutions on October 14 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA.
This small MSP-turned-ISV is projecting more than $1 million in revenue growth this year with even bigger growth potential the following year.
A systems integrator creates a stand-alone printing app that leads to printer sales and six-digit recurring revenue from consumables.
This integrator’s ability to respond to customers’ needs for mobile solutions that require a combination of consumer and rugged devices was the key to last year’s 30 percent revenue growth and a projected 50 percent revenue growth this year.
In this digital age, where just about any content you can imagine is available on demand, people expect things faster, better, now. Your customers are no exception.
Although 1D bar codes are still prevalent across all industries, the implementation of 2D bar codes has skyrocketed. The reason is simple; smaller size and increased information.
Manufacturing requires precision, no matter what type of product is being developed. Yet in today’s technologically advanced world, many manufacturers are finding that their IT operations are not as efficient as they should be. And it seems like every day there’s a “new” product or solution that they must have to compete in the marketplace. This leaves operators wondering how and if they can improve upon some of the more critical functions with existing technologies. The answer is, of course, yes!
Through leveraging our market knowledge, research data, and analysts whom understand the challenges and importance of buying and selling IT to support critical business processes, it would seem that investing in technology companies in recent years has once again become detached from the “fundamentals”; we are back to the casino game of “get in, watch carefully and then try to get out again at a point where the price is higher than you paid.”
From business decision-making to process workflows, user interfaces, and proactive maintenance, new utilizations of mobile devices and apps are drastically changing the way manufacturing gets done.
A new digital community, called #SupplyChainGeek, has just been launched by Barcoding Inc. #SupplyChainGeek is designed to support collaboration and sharing for workers involved in all aspects of the supply chain.
One of the challenges distribution centers face is the common occurrence of materials loss or theft during transit. Whether lost or stolen, missing goods can cost companies large amounts of money, not to mention time.
With the NEW CLNX Series your problems are solved! Only the CLNX will address the typical thermal printer issues you experience today by its many user friendly features and rugged design.
Fundamental change is imperative in order for transportation and logistics companies to stay alive in this fast-paced, very competitive sector. Improving procedures could be easier than anticipated when considering the benefits of auto identification with thermal barcode printers and labels.
CipherLab’s reliable and affordable handheld, corded scanners are designed to help accelerate productivity while minimizing total cost of ownership. CipherLab offers you ideal devices, which make the work easier with fast, accurate barcode scanning in retail, healthcare, manufacturing, and enterprise environments.
During Pack Expo, Panther Industries demonstrated their new 1000 Series print/apply solution featuring SATO's S8408 Print Engine. A robust, low-cost solution designed for 24x7 operation.
This video from VARTECH 2012 features Zebra’s QLn line of mobile printers. They are designed to print bar code labels, receipts, and tickets among other applications. The primary verticals for the QLn are warehousing and retail.
SATO offers book publishers and other hard/soft cover product manufacturers an efficient and accurate RFID smart tag supply chain solution for accurate tracking the life span of products, from the publisher’s warehouse to the bookstore, substantially reducing theft and fraud while improving and streamlining logistics and credit reconciliation processes.