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Datalogic’s Memor Obsolescence Notice

Posted July 30, 2014

After years of delivering successful applications to worldwide retailers, Datalogic is now announcing the obsolescence of the Memor mobile computer product line. Datalogic has recently upgraded the Memor to a much more powerful device, the Memor X3 mobile computer, which is intended to be the ideal replacement of the current device now approaching its End-of-Life.

Please note that this announcement will apply to all special versions of the Memor mobile computer as well.

Replacement Product Recommendation

The Datalogic Memor X3 mobile computer is our latest compact mobile computer that provides retailers with easy bar code reading in a pocketable and lightweight form factor, while guaranteeing high performance and durability.

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Datalogic Installs 600 Mobile Computers with Automotive Safety Leader Autoliv

Posted May 29, 2014

_img_gal_234_600Datalogic has deployed more than 600 Datalogic mobile computers for automotive safety systems manufacturer, Autoliv, across its European plants.

As Autoliv has a critical requirement to combine the most advanced technologies with the highest level of quality to guarantee secure vehicles that substantially reduce traffic accidents and injuries, the company needed to optimize efficiency in production line and warehouse operations with state-of-the-art technology, fast operation, ease of use and robustness. In order to achieve this, Autoliv chose to deploy Datalogic Falcon X3Skorpio X3 and Memor mobile computers to work with the new SAP system.

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Datalogic’s Memor Mobile Computer Saves Egil Rasmussen Time and Money

Posted October 9, 2013

Datalogic Memor Mobile Computer

Overview
Egil Rasmussen is one of the largest carpentry and fine woodwork companies in its industry, with an annual turnover of approximately 25 million euros. The company is headquartered in Taulov, near Fredericia, Denmark, with a large department in Århus.

One of Egil Rasmussen’s main activities is helping rental companies and insurance companies with repairs. Examples include new apartment doors needed after a break in, or a new floors needed due to water damage.

The Challenge
Each year, Egil Rasmussen receives hundreds of jobs from rental companies and thousands from the insurance companies. The jobs usually require three craftsmen, who report the number of working hours, the materials used and transportation costs for each task performed.

This procedure used to be done the traditional way. The craftsmen would fill out a form with all information and pass it onto the accounting department, which would check the information and enter it into the financial software system called Artesa.

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Datalogic’s Memor Enhances Productivity at Stadt-Parfümerie Pieper

Posted September 11, 2013

Datalogic Memor Mobile ComputerOverview
One is met with attractive scents upon entering the shop. The colorful shelves full of bright and beautiful packages invite the customer to take a look around. The wonderful fragrances, creams and cosmetics found throughout the shop add that extra touch to make any occasion special. Stadt-Parfümerie Pieper (Pieper Perfume Shops) emanates everything that exemplifies beauty and well-being. It is the largest family-owned retail perfume and cosmetics company in Germany with one hundred and twenty shops spread out across the country. It offers all the top international brands of cosmetics, fragrances, skin care and make-up products.

The Challenge
The extensive range of products pleases the customer’s eye, but when it’s time for inventory, the many small packages found in the perfume shops can pose a daunting challenge. Stadt-Parfümerie Pieper wanted to automate its time-consuming and error-prone manual inventory procedure to assure accuracy. A variety of factors were taken into consideration: which hardware is right for us? To what point can the software be personalized? What kind of solution do we need regarding existing workflows?

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Datalogic Mobile Computers Now Certified with Wavelink Speakeasy

Posted August 19, 2013

Datalogic Lynx PDA Mobile ComputerDatalogic has announced  that their Memor, Lynx, Elf, and Skorpio  X3 have all received certification for Wavelink’s  Speakeasy voice-picking solution.

Voice-driven data is changing the face of the mobile business world. Add voice-enabled emulation to your wireless  ecosystem with  Wavelink Speakeasy, a plug-in module for Wavelink Terminal Emulation, Velocity and Industrial Browser.

Value:

  • Realize benefits of voice-picking without high  cost and long  implementation cycle
  • Leverage legacy systems through voice
  • Improved productivity through greater  efficiency
  • Integrate bar code scanning  with  voice directed functions for new levels of accuracy
  • Easily update  mobile device clients, scripts, or language  files wirelessly

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Trenor Chooses the Memor Mobile Computer for TOPSHOP and TOPMAN

Posted March 7, 2013

Datalogic Memor Mobile ComputerOverview
Trenor Group is a fashion retailer with a franchise of brand stores. The company was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden. Thanks to an agreement with British fashion company Arcadia Group Ltd., a British retail giant in fashion, Trenor has a portfolio of many different brands, including the widely known TOPSHOP and TOPMAN.

The Challenge
Both the TOPSHOP and TOPMAN retail stores used a solution for store inventory management that required a lot of work and that was very time consuming. Every time an inventory procedure needed to be performed, someone from the head office would have to bring a laptop with a specific integrated application to each store, along with another terminal for wireless data transfer. These devices needed to be set up for use in the specific store, and the inventory process could finally begin.

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Datalogic Memor helps Improve the Service Pipeline at Wildkamp

Posted August 23, 2012

Datalogic Memor Mobile ComputerWildkamp started selling PVC pipes in the Netherlands 40 years ago. Over the years, the company has become a specialist in the production of pipes, tubes and all related products. Customers can also get support and advice for projects in which the creation of tubes, pipes and pavement play a role. This service requires a high level of knowledge and skill on the part of the company’s employees, especially when one considers that the company houses an assortment of 50,000 articles in the distribution center in Coevorden with an average of 7000 articles in each of the more than 40 branches.

Wildkamp had never used an automated system for controlling stock in the past, but with volumes increasing continuously, it decided it was time to turn to automation.

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