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40 Years Later, Barcode Data Everywhere!
Starting at the Universal Product Code, bar code technology is now used in IDs, hospitals, human bodies - What's Next?

RFID and the Supply Chain: Measured progress
The RFID market is showing signs of steady growth as companies work to achieve a meaningful return on investment in specific areas of given processes.

How Supply Chain Buffers Can Mitigate Risk
Supply chain planning is a proactive approach to preparing for and marshalling resources in anticipation of future demand, however, a problem with most planning efforts is that they assume no uncertainty in demand or supply.

6 Secrets to Asset Management
Today’s asset management solutions do far more than tell you what you have and where it’s located.

Considering the Advantages of Voice for Your Forklift Fleet?
This white paper explains why using voice technology and multifunction forklift-mounted terminals and scanners does not have to be an either-or decision.

2013 Top 20 Automatic Data Collection Suppliers
Last year, the global market for automatic data capture solutions (ADC) used in factories, warehouses and logistics applications reached $11.264 billion in sales, according to VDC Research Group. The ADC market includes handheld and stationary bar code scanning and imaging devices, bar code printers, RFID solutions for the supply chain and ruggedized mobile computing solutions for the factory and warehouse.

Bar Code & RFID Label Printing: Options for Printing from SAP
Intermec invented the first on-demand bar code label printer in 1971. Today Intermec label, ticket and tag printers cover every type of application, from economical low-volume needs to rugged, industrial-strength printing and applicators.

The Intermec CN51 Mobile Computer
The Intermec CN51 mobile computer allows you to choose between both Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 and Android 4.1. You can implement the CN51 now, running your legacy Windows Mobile applications. And if your platform strategy changes, you can easily switch to Android -- without purchasing or deploying a new device.

The Importance of a Thorough, Well-Managed Supply Chain Risk Strategy
Organizations should consider how the costs of managing risk balance out with potential lost revenue and damage to reputation that can result from a disruption to operations caused by a natural disaster or political instability in key supplier regions. To be a global business, supply chain risk management is a necessity. The key is to determine how to do it efficiently and effectively.

Situation Awareness for Disaster Management in the Information Age
This article looks at how advancements in information systems affect situation awareness in disaster management. The article considers the collection of intelligence, the collation of those observations into a common operating picture and distribution of awareness updates in a form that can drive effective action.

Take Your Retail Operation to New Heights
The time is now. The technologies are here. Only Intermec brings together the rugged products, industry alliances and deep experience you need. Imagine the possibilities.

10 Unbelievable Stats About Mobile & Video
Mobile phones will overtake PCs as the most common web access device worldwide by the end of 2013.

Are your Smart Phones Smart Enough?
This white paper explains how a smart phone’s enterprise readiness impacts its performance and value. The paper will focus primarily on the following three areas: 1. Enterprise applications and development, 2. Deployment to remote workers, 3. Day- to- day device management and user support.

6 Strategies to Prepare Your International Supply Chain for Disruption
Supply chain disruptions are inevitable after large-scale disasters and political unrest. While they’re unavoidable, the more companies can do to improve their supply chain visibility and agility, the better prepared they are to mitigate the impact of disaster as well as navigate around the daily disruptions, such as market fluctuations in capacity and pricing.

Mobile Technology Could Save Transport & Logistics Companies an Average of $460,000 Annually
A recent survey conducted by Intermec revealed that transport and logistics companies could save approximately $459,000 per annum as a result of process re-engineering and the implementation of mobile technology across workflows, but a significant proportion of companies may be missing out on these potential savings.


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Thinking Differently About Supply Chain Planning
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Rapidly Improve the Performance of Your Warehouse Logistics
Rapidly Improve the Performance of Your Warehouse Logistics
The Rapid Performance Evaluation identifies opportunities and potential improvements in every aspect of warehouse logistics operations; performance, productivity, service, quality, and systems.
Resource Management System (RMS): How to Effectively Leverage Your Assets
Resource Management System (RMS): How to Effectively Leverage Your Assets
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Sustainable Supply Chain Insights From PITT OHIO
Sustainable Supply Chain Insights From PITT OHIO
A whitepaper on supply chain insights gleaned at the LEED-certified gold Cleveland transportation and sustainability summit.