Bring Your Own Device

The Reasons Behind BYOD’s Rapid Popularization Times have changed and tables have turned; in the past when IT infrastructure was considered expensive to the end consumer, it was more affordable to companies and corporations than it was to their employees. Companies were hence expected to purchase and upgrade computing equipment […]

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Warehouse Inefficiencies

An ineffective warehouse can cripple a business. There are 6 key warehouse inefficiencies to look out for: 1. Not Putting Products Away as they enter the Warehouse This may occur when there is a lack of employees at the receiving area of the warehouse. Items get backed up and never […]

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10 Ways a Warehouse Management System Pays for Itself

Warehouse management systems, normally abbreviated as WMS are best depicted as the operating processes and superior technology that optimize all functions of warehousing. These functions usually begin with receipts from merchants and conclude with shipments to clienteles, and include all movements of inventory and flow of information in between. Basically, […]

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E Citation Case Study

The Corona Police department has, as well as many other departments, been hand writing tickets for ever. With hand written tickets, comes human error, from entering in a drivers license number wrong to misplaced paper work at the station or court house. Hand writing tickets is also a time consuming […]

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Cold Storage

Cold Storage

Coats, hats and gloves are essential in order for warehouse workers to function more than a few minutes in cold storage areas. In much, the same way, mobile data- collection computers must be built to perform under these demanding conditions. Fortunately, low temperatures don’t have to mean reduced reliability and […]

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Reality of Back Order Costs

A back order cost is a cost that occurs when an order cannot be met due to lack of inventory. This may occur due to several different factors, including forecasting errors, unexpected demand, and delays in ordering. Monetary Costs of Back Orders Many times a back order cost will be […]

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Fresno e Citation Case Study

In 2010, Fresno Traffic Bureau oversaw the issuing and processing of over 58,000 tickets, all of which were handwritten. A significant number of those tickets were thrown away due to illegible handwriting or incorrect or incomplete data. These handwritten tickets would need to be deciphered and entered into the database […]

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International Conference for Police and Law Enforcement Executives

Held on April 27 through 29 in Phoenix Arizona, the International Conference for Police and Law Enforcement Executives allowed companies to showcase their products to help law enforcement agencies do their job more quickly and efficiently. The theme for this year’s annual International Conference for Police & Law Enforcement Executives is “Expect […]

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Zebra to Buy Motorola

On April 15 Zebra Technologies announced that they will be purchasing Motorola Solutions for $3.45 billion. Zebra Technologies is a Lincolnshire-based company that produces barcode printers. These printers help companies such as Amazon LLC create barcode and RFID labels to track inventory through their supply chain. Upon acquiring Motorola Solutions, […]

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