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Cost-justifying Warehouse Management Technologies in Small and Midsized Warehouses
The warehouse management system (WMS) concept has matured into a collection of time-tested technologies that reduce inventory costs and increase overall

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How One Distributor Played Wal-Mart's Distribution Game-And Won
As a supplier to Wal-Mart, appliance manufacturer Haier America was required to implement a radio frequency identification (RFID) tagging system. To satisfy

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Point of Sale: To Stand Alone or Not?
When selecting a point of sale (POS) solution, users have a choice between stand-alone solutions and integrated solutions. They should first evaluate core and

barcode scanner  printer, and sometimes a barcode scanner. Compared to the cash register, a computer based POS system allows retailers to compute more extensive sales analysis, track hot items, or track customer preferences, all with only a few clicks. In addition to the typical computer based POS system, other hardware components are available, such as magnetic stripe readers, conveyor belts, personal shopping assistant (PSA) devices, pole displays, or in-counter scanner or weight scales. These optional devices reduce Read More
Lose the Starry Eyes, Analyze: Reviewing the Ideal Candidate for a Pronto Solution
This is an examination of Pronto Software's ERP solution. By looking at how areas where the Pronto product fulfills a large portion of selection criteria

barcode scanner  to third-party support for barcode, guage, scanner, touchscreen, and portable data terminal devices. Conclusion Provided your company has little need for online human resources features, then based on the detail included in these graphs, it would be valuable to look more closely at Pronto's solutions. In particular, if your company needs product costing and customer service functionality, Pronto's inventory , sales , and manufacturing management modules will provide very high levels of support. Read More
How RFID Technology Can Enhance Your Asset Management Program
Even though the technology has been around in some form since World War II, chances are that you think of Wal-Mart’s supply chain initiative when you hear the

barcode scanner  technology. That is, the barcode must be placed very near a scanner to be read. Barcodes can store only limited amounts and types of information. In addition, they cannot be preprogrammed, and they must be scanned one by one. Like barcode, RFID is all around us: in the drive through lane at the toll booth, at the quick tap pump at the gas station, on military cargo and containers, and even, perhaps, in Bowser, the family dog. There are plenty of differences, however, between the two technologies. For Read More
ROI for RFID: A Case Study Part Two: Implementation and Results
If companies are to find value in radio frequency identification (RFID), they need to view this technology as more than eliminating the scanning gun from the

barcode scanner  parallel with its old barcode technology, anticipating cutover to RFID completed in the second quarter of 2004. Generally, the project team did not feel that having previous exposure to barcode technology was a significant advantage. RFID technology is even more transparent to the warehouse personnel than traditional scanning guns. Consequently, introduction of this technology for the first time may not represent a tremendous shock to existing operations. Obviously, this would require careful consideratio Read More
Invensys Production Solutions - Can Historic Strengths And The 'Protean Boost' Overcome Its Liabilities? Part Two: Liabilities, Strategy, and User Recommendations
Invensys must communicate its successes and strategy to the marketplace, and must aggressively invest in customer satisfaction, marketing, and sales. IPS must

barcode scanner  as shop floor integration, barcode and radio frequency (RF) interface, business intelligence (BI), web user interface (UI) and the most vocal customer voted enhancements. Current Protean customers should proactively understand Protean's future and how they can influence the direction of the product to increase the value of their Protean investments. Like with PRISM, the vendor is committed to future enhancements, such as integration to major corporate-level ERP systems, shop floor interface Web Service, Read More
Taking Stock of TAKE Supply Chain Solutions - Part 3
Part 1 of this blog series introduced TAKE Supply Chain, a supply chain management (SCM) division of TAKE Solutions, Ltd. The parent TAKE Solutions is a global

barcode scanner  warehouses using wireless handheld barcode scanners . Also known as the Gemini data collection and process automation product set, this has been the core  line of business (LOB)  and revenue contributor since the company’s launch in 1994. The company’s Gemini mobility solutions were first sold in 1994. Many of the customers who started using Gemini transactions in the 1990s were core to the former ClearOrbit business, which TAKE Solutions acquired in 2007. Additionally, TAKE Supply Chain has leverag Read More
Diagnosing Requirements Failure: A Benchmark Report
According to an IAG survey, 70 percent of companies lack the fundamental competencies within business requirements discovery to consistently bring in projects

barcode scanner  Requirements Failure: A Benchmark Report Diagnosing Requirements Failure: A Benchmark Report If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. On our engagements, IAG consultants use a consistent approach to requirements definition and management that is a key reason for our achieving superior work products and successful project and business outcomes for our clients. The bottom line is faster results with higher quality and a Read More
Mid-market ERP Vendors Leveraging (and Occasionally Outdoing) Microsoft’s “Plumbing” - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series analyzed Epicor and SYSPRO, the two renowned enterprise resource planning (ERP) mid-market incumbents that heavily harness Microsoft

barcode scanner  data via either a barcode reader or a mobile device. Via a recently released iPhone and iPad application (which can be downloaded for free from Apple’s AppStore), users can scan barcodes (or take pictures) of inventory items and capture stock or view the inventory availability. In addition, users can remotely search for contact information (and get directions to their place via Google Maps ), and view (read-only) executive type dashboards and charts showing sales activities, inventory levels, etc. They Read More
Barcode Labeling for Food and Beverage Processors: What You Need to Know to Get Started
Food manufacturers are launching sophisticated tracking systems that can identify and isolate quality issues across their supply chains before problems escalate

barcode scanner  Labeling for Food and Beverage Processors: What You Need to Know to Get Started Food manufacturers are launching sophisticated tracking systems that can identify and isolate quality issues across their supply chains before problems escalate. Implementing barcoding as part of an integrated SaaS ERP solution enables food processors to optimize solution benefits. Find out what food and beverage processors need to know to take advantage of barcoding to improve business performance and meet regulatory Read More
Will Adonix Provide A Warmer Home To CIMPRO?
After several years of being neglected within many foster homes, CIMPRO might have finally found its welcoming host in Adonix, until recently an anonymous

barcode scanner  software, integrated data collection, barcode label management, and full implementation services, Adonix also provides data collection equipment manufactured by leading hardware vendors including Intermec . Three-tiered Implementation Program Last but not least, also on November 19, Adonix unveiled a new three-tiered implementation program aimed at helping mid-sized companies fully equip their business with ERP software in a timeframe that reportedly exceeds the industry benchmarks. Depending on the size Read More
Voting Technology: An Evaluation of Requirements and Solutions
The issues created by the use of punch card ballots, an obsolete technology, during the recent US Presidential election are similar to the ones that businesses

barcode scanner  Technology: An Evaluation of Requirements and Solutions Introduction Technological change impacts politics as well as business. The recent United States Presidential election sheds light on problems that can arise from the use of punch card ballots, an obsolete technology. Some observers are suggesting high-tech alternatives such as the Internet, while others viscerally distrust computer technology and would eschew it altogether. These issues are similar to the ones that businesses confront every Read More
RFID Case Study: Gillette and Provia Part Two: Challenges and Lessons Learned
Compliance with the market RFID mandate has unfortunately preceded the achievements of applied physics and computer science. One of the main obstacles is the

barcode scanner  capable of delivering RFID, barcode, and human readable labels, also recently in April 2004, Provia has formally partnered with Printronix Inc ., the leading integrated supply chain printing solutions manufacturer. As a certified systems integrator and value-added reseller (VAR), Provia will include Printronix's RFID solutions as part of the company's overall RFID solutions offering and work with Printronix to support end users with RFID project planning and deployment strategies. To become a certified Read More

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