Locating assets has quickly become the solution to help warehouses monitor their assets and optimize warehouse space. This is because it helps minimize shipping errors and maximize inventory visibility to boost the distribution process and your overall supply chain. Studies show that 62% of warehouses report human error from manual processes as the biggest cause
Managing costs while preparing for customer demands is a challenge most businesses face when modernizing operations since complex optimization strategies can actually slow down productivity at first, creating bottlenecks that affect customers. Furthermore, while mobile computers, tablets, barcode scanners, and label printers are mission-critical for mobile workflows and data capture, they can add up to
To keep up with increasing e-commerce demands, warehouses and distribution centers need increased speed, accuracy, and efficiency. To meet these demands and redefine the order fulfillment process, organizations are turning to innovative automation solutions that reduce touchpoints and boost productivity. In fact, studies show that 80% of warehouses are planning to invest in new technologies
To adapt to rising customer demands, more businesses are implementing modernization strategies that help them improve agility. Studies show 44% of warehouses are concerned with a lack of agility in the data warehouse development process. When warehouses aren’t flexible in the distribution process, it is tougher to adapt to customer demands, such as same-day shipping
Maintaining an accurate inventory is one of the important tasks for your warehouse. An accurate inventory helps boost your shipping, asset visibility, and customer satisfaction. High inventory accuracy can lead to increased sales when you use the data to improve operations and processes. One of the best ways to streamline inventory management is with RFID
Device reliability is the highest priority in field service. Are you equipping your workers with tougher technology?
Field work can be messy and dangerous. Equipping your workers with consumer technology that isn’t prepared to handle destructive job sites can lead to damaged devices and hazardous scenarios for your workers. Damaged devices and hazardous scenarios make it harder for your workers to be productive and stay safe during the work day. That’s why
Choosing technology that is able to adapt to tough environments like manufacturing and field service operations is a challenge because choosing the wrong device can result in your devices breaking or failing to perform out in the field, which leads to delayed productivity, slower shipping, and lower protifs. Downtime, workflow slowdowns, delays, and worker stress