1. Because Seconds Count
    It’s "rush hour" at Memphis International Airport (MEM). Soon after a plane touches down, passengers are jostling through the gates, carryon luggage in tow and cell phones pressed to ears, rushing off to their connecting flights. As travelers brush past, airport personnel strive to help passengers who need information or have special needs. The scene is being repeated throughout Memphis International Airport, which is unusual in that approximately one third of all daily flights take off or land within a 70- to 90-minute period. By Intermec
  2. Minnesota Glove Boosts Customer Service With Infor10 Distribution Express
    Minnesota Glove sells to manufacturers who are consolidating their vendors in an effort to streamline operations and manage costs.
  3. Wausau Supply Cuts Costs 30% With Infor10 Distribution Business
    The primary business challenge that Wausau Supply faced was its ability to provide next-day delivery to not only small lumber yards, which had been its major customer over many years, but also a greater number of conglomerates that were purchasing together.
  4. Carson-Dellosa Automates With Infor10 Distribution Express
    To automate critical business functions such as accounting, sales orders, purchase orders, inventory, and more, Carson-Dellosa began by selecting Infor10™ Distribution Express (FACTS).
  5. Considering The Advantages Of Voice For Your Forklift Fleet?
    Voice technology and full-screen, multifunction forklift-mounted terminals that support bar code, RFID and other technologies each have their place in efficient warehouse operations. Both options have relative strengths and limitations regarding their convenience, efficiency, accuracy and the types of information they can collect, process and present to users. By Intermec
  6. Enterprise Mobile: Your Mobility Outsource Service Provider
    A global manufacturer of equipment used in commercial and residential buildings has decided to equip its 1400 field service technicians with a mobile solution that will enable them to receive and process information about service calls at customer sites in real-time. By Intermec, Inc.
  7. Freight Company Entrusts iPad Management To Enterprise Mobile
    Like companies in virtually every industry, transportation and logistics firms are experiencing serious challenges in the market. Even as the economy improves, conditions such as market uncertainty and reduced freight rates, as well as high fuel costs, government regulations, driver turnover, and tighter margins mean that transportation and logistics ompanies must find new and smarter ways to compete. By Intermec, Inc.
  8. Airline Looks To Enterprise Mobile To Manage And Support iPads For Pilot Use

    Across industries and professions, business users are finding ways to take advantage of the flexibility and elegance of the iPad. Some of the early adopters of the tablet were lawyers, doctors, field sales personnel, photographers, and teachers. Now airline pilots are using the Apple tablet to decrease the amount of printed materials they need to carry on flights. By Intermec, Inc.

  9. Supply Chain Of The Future
    In an uncertain world, investing in mobile computing will enhance your short-term flexibility in order to gain long-term confidence.
  10. Service In 2012: The Continued Search For Revenue
    For the previous 24 months, service revenue has topped the agenda of Chief Service Officers (CSOs) polled by Aberdeen. The 2010 State of Service Management research survey, and polls conducted at the 2010 CSO Summit, both found that service revenue was the top goal for CSOs to attain in 2011.