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Increased Ecommerce Sales Require a Modern Mobile Solution

As more information is captured at more points throughout the DC and supply chain, users and providers of scanning technology are reimagining how best to make sense of a data-dense world.

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As more information is captured at more points throughout the DC and supply chain, users and providers of scanning technology are reimagining how best to make sense of a data-dense world.

Amazon to invest $5 billion and create more than 50,000 jobs across the two new headquarters and announces Nashville as new Operations Center of Excellence with more than 5,000 jobs.

Zebra Technologies commissioned a global research study to gain a richer understanding of how manufacturers, retailers, and logistics firms are preparing to meet the growing needs of the on-demand economy, the surveys were designed to reveal plans, implementation levels, experiences and attitudes toward omnichannel logistics.

New market dynamics require greater fulfillment speed, and your legacy mobile devices can’t meet the need like Zebra Android devices can.

Rising e-commerce sales are placing a strain on carriers, requiring more trucks, more drivers, more stops and lengthening the driver’s work day. Fortunately, technology can help businesses not only deliver goods faster but also improve customer service and increase loyalty.

Zebra makes it easy for your customers to earn rebates of up to $600 on printers, mobile computers and zebra onecare when they upgrade.

With the first U.S. multistory warehouses preparing to open and amazon contemplating futuristic airborne fulfillment centers, demand is growing for the vertical construction of urban warehouses with smaller real estate footprints.

Visibility for today's digital supply chain.

Manufacturing solutions that take your operations to the next level.

A recent Zebra Technologies study, the Future of Fulfillment Vision, surveyed omnichannel decision makers who anticipate disruptions led by drones, autonomous vehicles, and crowd-sourced delivery.

This is no longer your father’s materials handling industry. Leading suppliers are developing a culture of innovation, leading to new solutions for new challenges.

Modex 2018, April 9-12, covered more than 300,000 net square feet of exhibit space on two show floors at Atlanta’s Georgia World Congress Center with 900 exhibiting companies. The expo was co-located with the Georgia Logistics Summit. Here’s a look at some of the booths our editors visited.

The Industrial Revolution 4.0 is upon us and manufacturers who want to stay competitive need to adapt or they will inevitably fall behind...however, that’s easier said than done.

Leading Sports Brand Boosts Productivity by 10% at its European Warehouses with Zebra Technology.

Mobile HMI systems help manufacturers gain better visibility, while optimizing maintenance, efficiency and quality.