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Avoid Hidden Mobile Technology Costs - FREE White Paper

May 08, 2013

Thanks to an increasing focus on efficient operation, greater accuracy and more nimble service, mobile computing technology is becoming a must-have for many businesses.

While there are many solutions to choose from, the majority of devices on the market are un-adaptable. In other words, they cannot evolve as business needs change or new technology/capabilities become available.

This complimentary report will explore some of the unanticipated costs of implementing un-adaptable technology, including:

  • Rapid device obsolescence
  • The need to purchase unnecessary capabilities
  • Potential downtime
  • ...and more.

We will also examine the advantages of mobile technology that can adapt—through customizability, modular design and field repair.



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