Mobile & Wireless

By MMH Staff · October 28, 2014
$3.45 billion-dollar deal includes 4,500 employees across the world.
By Josh Bond · October 2, 2014
Safety equipment manufacturer reduces errors with step-by-step verification from production to delivery.
SPECIAL REPORT
By Josh Bond · October 1, 2014
Whether struggling or flourishing, suppliers are working to differentiate their products and services to keep pace with rapid changes across the industry.
By Bruce Stubbs, director of industry marketing, Intermec by Honeywell Scanning & Mobility · June 30, 2014
Sure, the bar code is a mature and pervasive technology. But at age 40, is it still relevant to DC operations?
By MMH Staff · June 3, 2014
New San Diego location to be headed by Micheal Ghandy, director of sales.
By Bob Trebilcock · April 18, 2014
Zebra gains instant access to complimentary technologies. But first, it needs to integrate a former partner that is 2-1/2 times its size.
By MMH Staff · April 15, 2014
Motorola to focus on mission-critical communications for government and public safety customers.
By Sara Pearson Specter · March 18, 2014
Bringing together the technologies of both Honeywell and Intermec RF scanners is the new Granit 1280iFR device, introduced in the companies’ shared exhibit (Booth 4518).
<p>Mark Wheeler, director of industry solutions for Motorola Solutions, North America.</p> By Sara Pearson Specter · March 17, 2014
Ideal for in-premise warehouse and manufacturing applications, as well as field service and mobile ticketing use, Motorola Solutions (Booth 3527) has unveiled the Workabout Pro 4 mobile computer.
By Ian Hobkirk, founder and managing director, Commonwealth Supply Chain Advisors · March 11, 2014
Not everyone is ready to upgrade their warehouse management system. Here’s how two companies added new functionality without a new WMS.
By MMH Staff · February 13, 2014
Through strategic alliance, systems integrator and software provider are delivering end-to-end cloud-based supply chain execution solutions.
By Josh Bond · February 1, 2014
The multidisciplinary report provides a glimpse of 10 years out, offering insight into the current and future challenges facing the industry and giving practitioners a plan to move forward.
By MMH Staff · January 30, 2014
Advances in mobile, wearable, sensor and RFID technology could combine to transform logistics and manufacturing.
By Jim Hilton, manufacturing principal consultant, and Chuck Roark, principal consultant, Motorola Solutions · January 15, 2014
Mobile devices are complex. Delivering an ROI requires a disciplined, managed process.
By MMH Staff · November 20, 2013
Company introduces FinancialForce Supply Chain Management; unites CRM, supply chain and finance on the Salesforce platform.

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