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Wearable Computers Optimize Workflows - FREE White Paper

February 25, 2013

Companies realize that hands-free computing can empower workers to achieve new levels of efficiency, productivity, and accuracy in package handling and warehouse applications.

In applications that demand the constant use of hands, wearable systems give workers the hands-free convenience to handle more tasks, while keeping the bar code technology needed to further improve productivity and accuracy right at their fingertips. The advantage of freedom of movement is clear.

Read this white paper to learn how companies involved in transaction-intensive applications like picking, cross docking, receiving, and replenishment can achieve real improvements in daily productivity.

 

 

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