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3 Ways Mobility Can Optimize Your Wireless Warehouse/DC

Thanks to wireless technology, Mobile Powered Workstations (MPWs) are opening up new frontiers of efficiency and productivity. These workstations with integrated power supplies can maneuver computers, printers, scales, barcode scanners, etc., to wherever they are needed.
February 14, 2012

Thanks to wireless technology, MOBILE POWERED WORKSTATIONS (MPWs) are opening up new frontiers of efficiency and productivity.  These workstations with integrated power supplies can maneuver computers, printers, scales, barcode scanners, etc., to wherever they are needed.  For some facilities, multiple MPWs can bring about a “system solution” — a whole new way of doing business.  Capitalizing on the benefits of auto-ID technologies, they integrate the facility’s software with devices on the workstations to establish mobile on-demand label printing stations, mobile shipping/receiving stations, and so on. 

This NEW White Paper will touch upon three basic ways a MOBILE POWERED WORKSTATION can help you take full advantage of wireless technology to improve your business immediately.

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