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Maximizing High Availability in the Warehouse - FREE White Paper

June 19, 2014

92% of warehouses report strong pressure for faster customer order fulfillment.

Preventing downtime in the warehouse is a constant battle. Critical elements for warehouse processes are scanners and rugged mobile computers that capture data quickly and accurately for order picking, put-away, replenishment, shipping, receiving, and other processes.

When data capture devices are not running at optimal performance Managed Mobile Services provides automation and outsourcing of the management responsibilities of mobility and makes support available to minimize downtime.

Don’t lose the productivity gains you have achieved, learn how Managed Mobile Services can help:

  • Manage the fast growth of enterprise mobile devices;
  • Reduce the IT burden when a device does fail;
  • Adapt and upgrade to changes in the business and technology;
  • Optimize performance of investments in mobility;
  • Seamlessly integrate multiple mobility strategies and technologies.

Most importantly, read this complimentary white paper to learn how Managed Mobile Services reduces the impact and cost of downtime - consequently meeting customer demands for faster order fulfillment.


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