In our April 28th post we provided some interesting statistics about DSD invoice discrepancies and out-of-stock rates and explained how automating direct store delivery helps solve these problems. With a mobile route accounting solution you can manage inventory and reduce shrinkage while quickly and efficiently delivering your goods.
Times are changing and many courier businesses are realizing that they must upgrade to new technology to satisfy their customers and stay ahead of the competition. More and more courier customers are requiring bar code scanning and signature capture to be used for all deliveries. Don’t wait to upgrade. If your customers have mentioned this as a future requirement or if you’ve lost any business because you don’t have these technologies in place, let DecisionPoint show you how you can reduce expenses and meet these customer demands.
DecisionPoint Systems, Inc. announced yesterday that they’ve successfully delivered an integrated and fully customized mobile tracking solution to several hundred drivers for Corporate Transit of America, a regional courier and logistics company based in Little Rock, AR. The mobile tracking system was a key component to Corporate Transit of America winning a large contract with a major new customer.
As promised in our post yesterday, here’s a great video from Motorola that showcases the DS6878-HC and all of the benefits it provides healthcare applications. Enjoy!
Today we’re going to duck indoors again to provide you with more information about Motorola’s latest 2D imager designed specifically for the healthcare industry. The DS6878-HC cordless 2D imager is designed to prevent medical errors, increase productivity and improve patient safety. The DS6878-HC can be used in a variety of healthcare applications, including:
Although laser, ink jet and dot matrix printers have the ability to output bar codes, thermal printers provide the highest quality and cost-effectiveness to users. Thermal printing is classified as either direct thermal or thermal transfer printing. Both direct thermal and thermal transfer printers provide:
The MCAA Annual Meeting was a great success! DecisionPoint was proud to take part in one of the most anticipated events of the year for the courier industry. Once again MCAA offered attendees the opportunity to lea11rn about industry-leading software solutions and hardware designed for the courier marketplace.
It’s that time of year again, time to trade-up! With the new and improved GO Zebra10 Trade-In Program you can receive up to $500 cash back on a new Zebra printer. Just trade-in any qualified older model Zebra or competitive printer and purchase one of Zebra’s select new printers before December 31, 2010.
When making the decision to go mobile, it’s always best to work with mobility experts such as DecisionPoint who can help you choose the best hardware, right software and supply you with the support that you need. But it is also important to begin thinking about some key questions, such as:
Direct store delivery drivers that use hand carts to deliver products such as soft drinks and other beverages have to deal with stairs, curbs and other types of terrain, all while in and out of the elements. DecisionPoint Systems, Inc. and Datamax O’Neil recently worked with a customer to address this issue and created a hand cart bag to hold a PrintPAD mobile printer and Windows Mobile Device.
In our May 6th post we provided information about kiosk printers and the additional self-service applications they support. Zebra Technologies recently released their KR403 Kiosk Printer that boasts new enhancements such as:
As promised in our post yesterday, here is a great Mobile Customer Relationship Management (CRM) video demo from DecisionPoint’s software partner Global Bay that features a Motorola MC9500 mobile device. Enjoy!
Mobile CRM (Customer Relationship Management) solutions maintain and strengthen customer relationships by enabling accurate data collection from the field. Your mobile workers can collect customer information on-the-go with a solution that enables them to:
DecisionPoint’s software partner SOTI recently released version 7 of MobiControl, their software solution designed to manage, support, secure and track mobile devices in the field. The new version provides updates and enhancements to multiple existing features, including:
We’ve provided a lot of information in past posts about the features and benefits of micro kiosks, but did you know that adding the right printer to a kiosk can further enhance your customers’ experience? Providing your customers with a micro kiosk that enables on demand self-service features is only the beginning, with a kiosk printer your customers can:
It’s not only your field workers who require a solution to stay mobile and have the tools they need at their fingertips. Managers also require the ability to stay connected while on-the-go. This video from Motorola showcases some of the features of the MC5590 Enterprise Digital Assistant (EDA) that are designed for mobile managers.
Motorola recently introduced the DS9808-R hybrid imager to enhance the flexibility of retail point of sale (POS) solutions. Providing hands-free or handheld scanning, the DS9808-R is easy to use and offers Motorola’s best-in-class data capture features to help your business eliminate the need for multiple devices. This groundbreaking device can capture:
In past posts we’ve described the benefits that Micro Kiosks provide customers, but did you know that they can be used in mobile task management solutions as well? Micro Kiosks like the Motorola MK4000 can be integrated to existing task management systems, allowing store associates to edit and view tasks from a kiosk. Store management can also add tasks from a mobile computer and send them in real-time to the kiosk. Check out this video demo from our partner Global Bay to learn more about how Micro Kiosks increase associate productivity when combined with a mobile task management solution.