05.18.11 -- Designing Mobile Computing Devices That Improve Worker Productivity
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Assortment Planning: Lessons From The Recession By Matt Pillar, Integrated Solutions For Retailers magazine
Assortment planning execution was a key failure point among many retail brands that fell victim to a crashing economy in 2009. Here, Joe Apprendi, president at ITR Software, explains how an effective assortment planning process helped some retailers get back to thriving.
Designing Mobile Computing Devices That Improve Worker Productivity By Psion
Providing mobile workers with computing devices that assist them in the field creates great opportunities to improve productivity. To be most effective, mobile computing devices must not only perform the tasks they are required to do, but also be designed to meet the needs, abilities, and limitations of workers and their work environments.
With more than 1,070 retail locations across Canada, Home Hardware Stores Limited, Canada's largest independent hardware, lumber, building materials, and furniture retailer, relies on supreme efficiency when it comes to inventory management.
The mobile computer Kyman™ from Datalogic Mobile guarantees the flow of communications in the warehouse of RWE Rhein-Ruhr AG. According to RWE, the Kyman™ complies with the new and higher security requirements of IT infrastructures.
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