How to Select Everything You Need for Your Environment the First Time Around: The crowded mobile device marketplace can make for a tedious and confusing buying journey, and many honest missteps can be made along the way. Follow this step-by-step guide if you want to confidently select the right mobile solution for your business goals and secure executive buy-in for your entire mobility project.
Best-In-Class Mobility for Today's Connected Factories: Whether you’re simply looking to mitigate change as you transition to fully paperless facilities or trying to accelerate your transition to more advanced Industry 4.0 architectures, this is how Xplore can help you prepare for the future today.
Fort Washington Fire Company replaces old Panasonic Toughbooks with new Xplore XSLATE R12 Rugged Tablets in their Command Vehicles. This new platform provided the same technology access but with a more mobile, light, compact, rugged solution that has enhanced and streamlined fire and rescue workflows.
Mobile office incident command and processing with Fort Washington Fire Company ride along.
How to Assemble a Future-Proof Mobile Solution for Your Manufacturing Environment.
Like three-quarters of your peers, you’re probably using, or plan to use, mobile technology to boost the performance of your manufacturing and supply chain processes. Join Xplore and Barcoding, Inc. for an in-depth conversation with Industrial Distribution Editor Mike Hockett about the challenges of assembling a workable mobility solution that meets “best-in-class” standards. You’ll walk away knowing how to select devices and software that are compatible with your back-office IT architecture, your shop floor machines and your budget.
“Before upgrading to the Entersoft ERP and then mobilizing that entire information system using Xplore rugged tablets, we were not able to input or retrieve any production or warehouse workflow data into any business system unless we were physically in an office environment and logged into a desktop computer. There was an immediate return on our investment in Xplore’s rugged tablet mobility solution.”
Materials Logistics Manager, Haitoglou Bros SA.
Buying mobile technology for use in a professional work environment is very different from buying a device for personal use. Sifting through the multitude of mobile device variations is far from simple, as you’ve probably realized by now. The good news is that it’s not impossible. Join us for a 45-minute “coffee break” Q&A session with Group Mobile president Darin White, Xplore Marketing VP John Graff, and Field Technologies Online editor Sarah Nicastro.
Walk away with a simple 10-step action plan that will help you “shop smarter” for mobile technologies based on your business case (and easily secure executive buy-in for your entire mobility project).
Centre Square Fire Company replaces old Panasonic Toughbooks with new Xplore XSLATE R12 Rugged Tablets with help from Allegiance Technologies. Fire Company recognizes great benefits to the portability and usability of the Xplore tablets.
Vital Farms had a dilemma at the end of 2016: its auditing system was largely pencil and paper-based. Vital Farms’ Vice President of Quality and Compliance, Jeff Hinds, shared that the system caused inefficiencies, slowed operations and increased costs.
Vital Farms wanted to automate the process and spent time vetting eight firms and suppliers before choosing Kansas City-based DCT Mobile Solutions. In DCT, Vital Farms found a like-minded company, or “partner” as Hinds said, dedicated to excellence.
If you are in an industry where the hazards exceed the level of durability of your tablet, then in the long term, you will end up paying more. In these cases, a rugged computer is the better choice because it is designed specifically to withstand harsh challenging conditions. These are ultra-mobile, tough, and customer-engineered devices, specifically designed for use in mission-critical applications.