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The Mobile Warehouse: Each Picking

Posted October 19, 2009

Each Picking

Eliminate Costly Errors

Each picking is traditionally one of the most labor-intensive warehouse functions. But it does not have to be that way.

Motorola enterprise mobility solutions can change that. In a mobile warehouse, productivity-draining manual processes and list errors are virtually eliminated.

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The Mobile Warehouse: Cycle Count

Posted October 19, 2009

Cycle Count

Get More Accurate Cycle Counts

To meet your financial and operational needs, maintaining an accurate warehouse inventory is essential.

With a mobile warehouse, your cycle counts are more accurate, efficient and transparent. Errors that can lead to warehouse shutdown are eliminated, and misplaced or lost product can be quickly located. Continue reading »

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The Mobile Warehouse: Cross Docking

Posted October 19, 2009

Cross Docking

Never Lose Visibility of Your Shipment

In theory, cross-docking is simple: materials move from receiving to an outbound container or directly to shipping without making a stop at storage. But in reality, the process can become a logistical and procedural nightmare if every step isn’t carefully orchestrated.

But there is a better way. In a mobile warehouse, cross-docking is quick and efficient. And you never lose visibility of your shipment.
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The Mobile Warehouse: Case Picking

Posted October 19, 2009

Case Picking

Avoid Delivery Delays

Even in the most modern distribution facility, case picking can be an error-prone and inefficient process.

And when picking becomes a drain on productivity, a host of problems can arise —from poor accuracy to delivery delays.

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Motorola MC9500-K Presentation

Posted October 1, 2009

Motorola has created a slideshow that provides and excellent overview of the Motorola MC9500-K rugged mobile computer, it’s features and benefits.

Click on the image below to view the PDF.

Motorola MC9500-K presentation

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Motorola AP-7131 Access Points and RFS6000 Wireless Switches Improve Patient Care and Wireless Security at Medical Center

Posted September 21, 2009

Motorola AP-7131 wireless access point802.11n wireless network delivers gap-free security, field-proven reliability for critical healthcare applications, and support for current and future end-to-end mobility initiatives

The Enterprise Mobility Solutions business of Motorola, Inc. announced its 802.11n wireless LAN (WLAN) solution has been deployed at Memorial Medical Center (MMC) of Western Michigan, a community hospital located in Ludington, Mich.

Motorola’s innovative WLAN technology will enable end-to-end voice, video and data mobility across the entire healthcare facility, helping improve patient care, boost productivity and increase staff satisfaction. Patients and guests will also benefit from the new 802.11n wireless network by gaining high-speed Internet access, so they can stay connected while visiting the hospital.

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Motorola introduces MK4000 Micro Kiosk barcode scanner

Posted September 15, 2009

Motorola MK4000The Motorola MK4000 micro kiosk equips enterprise organizations with a variety of interactive self-service features for customer- and employee-facing applications to help redefine the shopping experience.

MK4000 Micro Kiosk Redefines Customer Service

The new MK4000 is a multi-functional micro kiosk that enables enterprises to put the power of self-service in the hands of the customer. Delivering an interactive customer experience, the MK4000 is well-suited for businesses looking to better connect with customers, increase employee productivity and in some instances to help ensure compliance with local government regulations.

The versatile MK4000 micro kiosk is ideal for a multitude of service-driven industries. On the retail sales floor, customers can check pricing, verify gift card balances, order a product from the store website and print out personalized coupons without waiting for assistance. In airports, car rental offices, stadiums and theme parks, the MK4000 helps speed customers through check-in without a long line at the gate or counter. In the hotel lobby, the kiosk serves as a personal electronic concierge, helping guests with check-in/check-out, restaurant reservations, turndown service and more. Patients in a hospital or clinic can use the self-service kiosk to check in or schedule an appointment. In addition to a customer self-service kiosk, the MK4000 can act as a workforce management tool as well as a promotional point of presence. For example, employees can view training videos or presentations on new products or policies, punch in and out and access on-demand information to assist customers. In customer-facing areas, when the multimedia kiosk is not in use, it can also play videos to promote company branding, advertise upcoming events and offer customers value-add information.

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Motorola introduces MC9500 rugged mobile computer

Posted September 15, 2009

Motorola MC9500New MC9500 rugged mobile computer features superior performance, state-of-the-art design and revolutionary backroom management system

Motorola, Inc. today announced the MC9500 – a premium industrial-class handheld device that takes mobile computing innovation to the next level to further increase productivity, streamline operations and reduce total cost of ownership.

The new MC9500 leverages the features and functionality of the industry’s best-selling Motorola MC9000 mobile computer and introduces new capabilities such as modular 3.5G WAN for a groundbreaking enterprise mobility solution that can change the way organizations do business. Designed to improve operational efficiencies with its extreme ruggedness and superior ergonomics, the MC9500 also redefines backroom management with a unique accessory system and a new approach to battery management.

Researched and field tested to meet the needs of the most demanding customer environments, the Motorola MC9500 mobile computer delivers reliable performance for mobile workforces in the transportation and logistics, parcel/post, direct store delivery, field service and public safety industries. “Motorola has proven leadership in mobile computing – initially changing the market landscape with the introduction of the MC9000,” said Gerald McNerney, vice president of mobile computing product management, Motorola Enterprise Mobility Solutions. “The new MC9500 is a testament to our commitment to innovation and demonstrates our continued ability to redefine the industry standard with the most versatile solutions on the market.”

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Motorola introduces FX7400 fixed RFID reader

Posted August 27, 2009

Motorola FX7400Motorola has introduced a new series of business-class fixed radio-frequency identification (RFID) readers. The Motorola FX7400 series provides maximum functionality in a sleek package that is less than half the size of traditional fixed RFID readers, making it ideal for retail stores, offices, and other customer-facing or business environments. Motorola’s new cost-effective, high-performance fixed RFID reader is built on a new platform that supports Gen 2 technology and is capable of hosting third-party, customer-driven embedded applications.

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New Snap-on Credit Card Reader for Motorola MC70 and MC75 Enables Mobile/Wireless Payments

Posted July 30, 2009

Motorola snap on mobile payment moduleSnap-On Mobile Payment Module provides robust anytime, anywhere mobile point of sale

The Motorola Snap-On Mobile Payment Device turns the Motorola MC70 and MC75 mobile computer into an instant point of sale (POS), enabling employees and associates inside and outside the four walls to improve service, productivity and sales in retail stores, hotels, car rental agencies, package delivery routes and more. With secure wireless LAN (WLAN) and wireless WAN (WWAN) connections to banking, CRM and other backend systems, this versatile three-track device allows workers to process credit and debit cards as well as driver’s licenses and loyalty cards in real-time for on-the-spot payment processing and more.

Motorola snap on mobile payment module specifications

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