Are you Overpaying for Barcode Data Collection Equipment?

The accessibility to real-time data for any sized logistics operation is critical.  For years now, warehouse and distribution managers have turned to wireless barcode data collection systems for immediate access to inventory, purchase orders, and customer orders.  But as the technology wheels have turned, those old devices have in large part gone by the way-side. Users have been left with little choice other than to move to more costly, complex devices that run a Windows® operating system.

The accessibility to real-time data for any sized logistics operation is critical. For years now, warehouse and distribution managers have turned to wireless barcode data collection systems for immediate access to inventory, purchase orders, and customer orders. But as the technology wheels have turned, those old devices have in large part gone by the way-side. Users have been left with little choice other than to move to more costly, complex devices that run a Windows® operating system.