I recently came across this great site called StatCounter that provides metrics on mobile trends within the United States. What I found interesting was the chart below that shows the top 8 mobile operating systems. Check it out.
Is your re-labeling and markdown process as efficient as it could be? Are your employees spending valuable time going back and forth between a stationary printer? In-aisle printing from wireless mobile printers closes the loop between pricing strategy and execution so you can increase efficiency and better utilize labor. With a mobile printer and handheld mobile computer you can quickly and accurately prepare markdown labels, audit shelf prices and print new product or shelf labels right in the aisle.
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About a year ago I provided information about the growing popularity of QR codes and the ways that they can be used to enhance the shopping experience. According to market research firm comScore, 14 million Americans scanned a QR code in June. However, consumers must be careful to only scan QR codes from trusted sources.
In our Sept. 21st post I announced the release of the Grapevine Push-to-Talk Android client. The Grapevine Android client has recently been updated with new enhancements, including:
In our Oct. 10th post I provided information about the importance of quality control in manufacturing and how mobile computers improve the speed and accuracy of quality checks across the entire supply chain. As a follow-up post, today I’m sharing this video from Motorola Solutions that provides additional information about quality in manufacturing processes.
On Monday it was announced that Grapevine Push-to-Talk,DecisionPoint’s cloud-based Push-to-Talk software, is now certified on the Panasonic Toughbook U1 ultra mobile rugged PC. The Panasonic Toughbook U1 is a cross between a tablet form factor and a handheld form factor and is ideal for mobile workforces that require a device that can withstand all-day use in demanding environments.
Android 4.0, also known as “Ice Cream Sandwich” is the latest update to the Android OS and will be rolling out to mobile devices over the next few months. Android 4.0 is full of new features—here are just a few:
DecisionPoint’s partner Mobile Epiphany recently announced the release of Touch Inspect v3.0. Touch Inspect is industry-leading mobile business process software for asset tracking, field inspection and other mobile workforce solutions. Now Touch Inspect is even more powerful than before with v3.0 boasting several new features, including:
In our Nov. 2nd post I provided information about some of the key features of the recently announced Motorola ET1 Enterprise Tablet. The ET1 Tablet is packed with features designed to help retailers enhance the shopping experienceand increase employee productivity. Check out this new video from Motorola Solutions to learn more.
On Nov. 1st, VeriFone announced the acquisition of Global Bay Mobile Technologies. DecisionPoint’s partner Global Bay is an industry-leading provider of next-generation mobile retail solutions. According to the press release, Global Bay’s technology, coupled with VeriFone’s secure mobile payment technology, will offer retailers an unparalleled comprehensive and integrated suite of mobile applications that will transform the in-store retail experience. These applications includeMobile POS, Clienteling, and Store Inventory Management.
Motorola Solutions recently unveiled the Android-based ET1 Enterprise Tablet. The ET1 is designed for demanding all-day use and brings the familiarity of a consumer-class user experience to the enterprise. Enterprise-class features include: