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Mobile Barcode Printing Increases Warehouse Productivity and Accuracy - FREE White Paper!

April 24, 2013

Businesses can apply the time savings and labeling accuracy benefits that mobile barcode printers provide to many common warehouse processes, including receiving, quality assurance, cross docking, put away, picking, packaging, and shipping. Mobile printers can go wherever workers go. Work areas that require the farthest travel to get labels, or operations that could benefit from improved accuracy, are the best candidates to support with mobile printing.

This white paper details ways mobile printing technology can support typical warehouse operations to produce benefits by:

  • Identifying common operating procedures in warehouses that mobile/wireless printing can improve.
  • Illustrating how businesses can prevent operator labeling errors by printing at the point of activity.
  • Providing real-world examples of how mobile printing systems have improved operations.
  • Presenting formulas and guidance for creating an ROI calculation.
  • Describing how mobile printers can be integrated with wireless LANs and batch operating systems.
  • Presenting an overview of mobile printing technology and capabilities.

Download this Mobile Printing white paper, How Mobile Printing Benefits Warehouse Operations, to learn how mobile printing offers methods to reduce costs throughout warehouse operations.



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