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Achieving measureable improvements and productivity gains through mobility innovations

By Supply Chain Services
November 09, 2011

Businesses in harsh manufacturing, distribution and warehousing locations are facing process improvement challenges in order to reduce costs, increase throughput, and respond to increasing customer demands.

These challenges apply both inside their facilities and to their field sales and service operations.  Innovations in rugged mobile computer technology are helping to achieve significant improvements in those business processes, as well as efficiencies and productivity gains. 

This paper discusses how to equip a workforce with rugged mobile computers to capture and use real-time data for decision-making, communications, and management of assets and the workforce.


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