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Android em Serviços de Entrega e Logística
Como melhorar os níveis de serviço e a eficiência com o Zebra com Android.
Reduzir os custos e melhorar o tempo de entrega e os níveis de serviço.
Usar o zebra com android para criar novas eficiências. Os dispositivos Zebra com Android foram projetados para ajudar você a enfrentar esses desafios. Baseados no Android com as ferramentas de desenvolvimento e os aplicativos do Mobility DNA, os dispositivos com Android da Zebra oferecem uma segurança de nível empresarial e uma funcionalidade industrial que os dispositivos de consumo não conseguem oferecer.
Android en Logística y Servicios de Envío
Mejore los niveles de servicio y la eficacia utilizando los dispositivos Zebra con Android.
Reducir costos y mejorar los tiempos de entrega y niveles de servicio.
Utilizar zebra con Android para crear mayor eficiencia. Los dispositivos de Zebra con Android están diseñados para ayudarlo a resolver estos problemas. Basados en Android con herramientas y aplicaciones de desarrollo de Mobility DNA de Zebra, los
dispositivos de Zebra con Android le brindan la seguridad de nivel empresarial y la funcionalidad industrial que los dispositivos de venta al consumidor simplemente no pueden proporcionar.
Os dispositivos da Zebra com Android oferecem aos clientes experiências de compras consistentes e gratificantes que criam fidelidade, enquanto os associados se beneficiam de maneiras muito mais eficientes de se comunicar e gerenciar o estoque.
Los dispositivos Zebra con Android le proporcionan a los clientes experiencias de compras consistentes y gratificantes que crean lealtad, mientras los asociados se benefician de formas mucho más eficientes de comunicarse y administrar el inventario.
The exponential growth of omnichannel shopping and ever-burgeoning demand for faster merchandise deliveries is redefining the supply chain’s distribution of consumer products goods. A seminal shift in how shoppers increasingly buy via multiple touch points — online from desktop computers, mobile devices and in-store — has created the need for the “smarter” warehouse to serve today’s connected consumer. As retailers look to merge their brick-and-mortar and online operations to cut costs and boost efficiency, warehouse management systems must keep pace. For this report, Zebra Technologies analyzed the state of the warehousing marketplace among firms in the US and Canada with at least $15 million in annual revenues. The online survey asked IT and operations personnel in the manufacturing, retail, transportation and wholesale market segments to share their insights and business plans over the next five years, in light of a rapidly changing industry.
Online, mobile, omnichannel, untethered, data mining, automation, and remote
communication are all now buzzwords surrounding the new technologies and resources
financial institutions have to help them re-invent their branch experience. Capabilities are
available today that were not imagined a decade ago. This is an exciting time for those
institutions that can look to the future and enhance their offerings.
While technology is driving change, it can also be a tremendous challenge for financial
institutions as they work to keep pace and even take advantage of the dramatic shift in
customer needs and expectations. Millennials, baby boomers, small businesses – all are
important market segments with very different wants and needs. Driven by technology,
the new demand is for a complete online presence, complemented by more flexibility in
personalized services, and specialized expertise available in every branch.
Suffice it to say, financial institutions of all sizes and in every geography a
Consumers worldwide continue to adopt and use technology in their shopping experience.
Faced with rising customer expectations and increasing competitive pressures, retailers
now are prioritizing in-store innovation. Many retailers have adopted multichannel
implementations, in which mobile, web, and in-store shopping are enabled but not delivered
consistently to the customer. The next step in this evolution is an omnichannel strategy, now
being deployed by some retailers, which presents a consistent shopping experience across
mobile, web, and in-store channels. Omnichannel also enables retailers to integrate back-end
infrastructure technologies (e.g., servers, databases, etc.) and cloud-based services (e.g., loyalty
programs, personalized recommendations, inventory management, etc.) to improve many
aspects of store and enterprise operations.
An omnichannel strategy relies on several core and supporting technologies. The key factors in
evaluating any omnichannel-enabling solution includ
With the pace of human resources technology solution development progressing quickly, HR leaders need to gain a solid understanding of the HR system options available. This tool is designed to help HR leaders build a business case for investing in next-generation HR systems to meet the growing HR demands of your organization. Demands include interfacing or integrating data, incorporating social and mobile technologies, and providing an employee experience that grows from the experience given to candidates.
Discover how the right Mobile Relationship Management (MRM) strategies and technologies can propel your brand to the front of the field. Winning in mobile means delivering real value to your customer's lives, and adding to that value as you learn from your customers over time. That’s where MRM fits in. Learn 10 things you can start doing now to harness the power of 3 billion mobile devices worldwide to create even stronger connections between your customers and your brand.
IT is embracing to this new world of consumerized technology, with a focus on its own employees as internal customers. Explore how customer-first policies can make use of social, mobile and cloud technologies to give workers the freedom and flexibility they desire to drive company productivity. Please download the white paper for more information.
Published By: MuleSoft
Published Date: Oct 13, 2015
Nearly every industry today is facing an array of digital opportunities thanks to the prevalence of innovative technology. But with opportunities come challenges – especially in financial services. In an industry where digital innovations are used widely and have come to be expected by consumers, there is a greater push to deliver a highly personalized and convenient experience that stretches across mobile, social, and alternative delivery channels. Learn more about how financial institutions can harness digital technologies to take advantage of these opportunities.
Digital transformation (DX) is the continuous process by which enterprises adapt to or drive disruptive change by leveraging digital competencies, such as harnessing sensor data or using location, customer profile, and a mobile app to make shopping recommendations. DX reshapes the organization's culture where required; leverages existing processes, systems, and assets; and creates net-new digital capabilities as needed.
With DX, there is the need to embrace new business models and new architectures and technologies that will help an enterprise with customer-facing innovation as well as transition existing systems, processes, organization structure, and relationships to support the transformation.
IT Security challenges are more complex than ever, as mobile devices, social technologies and cloud computing take hold. Find out how these top 2012 security trends will affect your organization-and make sure your data protection measures are ready.
IBM Rational enterprise modernization solutions can help companies develop new mobile banking services using smartphone technologies and text-message based services, to allow customers to make payments with their cell phones. All made simple.
Smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices have become embedded in enterprise processes, thanks to the consumerization of IT and a new generation of workers raised
on mobile technologies. Consumer devices and bring-yourown-device (BYOD) programs are driving a new wave of business process innovation, changing the way customers, employees and partners interact with organizations and with each other. In fact, mobile devices and applications are catching up with — and in many cases surpassing — PCs in the quality and functionality of their applications.
Many organizations are seeing clear and quantifiable benefits from the deployment of mobile technologies that provide access to data and applications any time, anywhere. These benefits often include increased profits, a more efficient and productive workforce, and enhanced customer service.
Published By: Salesforce
Published Date: Mar 19, 2013
Pull ahead of your competition by learning best practices for incorporating social and mobile technologies. This white paper will explore how you can close more deals and save hours each week by taking advantage of these new technologies.
Published By: Polycom
Published Date: Apr 30, 2013
Wearable operational video (such as helmet cams), mobile cameras and sensors, and other visual technologies can provide crucial intelligence, which then can be gathered, communicated to personnel in disparate locations, and integrated to enable unified collaboration for public security responses. The possibility is emerging for a new generation of video applications that will enhance public security and disaster management.
Wireless technology surrounds us — in the workplace, at home, and many places in between. Mobile phones, WiFi networks, wireless computer accessories, and cordless phones all use radio transmissions for wireless communication. Even devices not used for communication, such as microwave ovens and lighting systems, emit radio frequency energy that can impact wireless devices. In this crowded radio environment, two technologies have emerged as the standard for wireless voice communication in UC and enterprise applications.
IDC's 3rd IT Platform — defined by the nascent and confluent mobile, cloud, social business and big data technologies — will drive 98 % of future IT industry growth over the next seven years. In 2013, industry transition to the 3rd Platform will move from the exploration stage to full-blown high stakes competition, resetting the leadership ranks in the IT sector forever.
Throughout the twentieth century, the efficiency of real estate
portfolios was quantified primarily in terms of a building’s
cost per square foot and the average number of “usable square
feet” it provided for each person who worked in it. By these
measures, the workplace contributed to an organization’s
bottom line by (1) getting smaller and/or (2) fitting more
people into the same amount of space.
Meanwhile, mobile technologies and new economic and social
pressures ushered in new ways of working. By 2011, more
than 60 percent of large organizations worldwide had
implemented programs and practices that gave people more
choice about where, when, and how to do their jobs.2 But
although a few new workplace metrics (“collaborative seats per
person,” “desk-sharing ratios”) have emerged, the focus on
reducing direct costs (through allocating fewer square feet
to “assigned seats” in individual offices or workstations)
The exponential growth of omnichannel shopping and ever-burgeoning demand for faster merchandise deliveries is redefining the supply chain’s distribution of consumer products goods. A seminal shift in how shoppers increasingly buy via multiple touch points — online from desktop computers, mobile devices and in-store — has created the need for the “smarter” warehouse to serve today’s connected consumer. As retailers look to merge their brick-and-mortar and online operations to cut costs and boost efficiency, warehouse management systems must keep pace.
For this report, Zebra Technologies analyzed the state of the warehousing marketplace among firms in the US and Canada with at least $15 million in annual revenues. The online survey asked IT and operations personnel in the manufacturing, retail, transportation and wholesale market segments to share their insights and business plans over the next five years, in light of a rapidly changing industry.