Hospitals and clinics need to be able to efficiently trace medical implants in case of product recall.
Stores appealing to the youth market need to be as well connected as their customers.
And, if you appeal to the trendy youth demographic and employ predominantly younger staff, deploying very easy-to-use, high-performance devices with similar handling to smartphones will ensure the best staff user take-up.
Imagine you are running a busy café – it’s a demanding job. And customers want to be served quickly and efficiently. They also want to be correctly informed of any ingredients they might be allergic to.
Excellent care with compassion.
That is Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s (LTH) motto.
To provide this excellent care, LTH needs to ensure the right items are getting to the right patient at its hospitals.
SHOP FLOOR STAFF EQUIPPED WITH MOBILE DEVICES CAN PROVIDE CUSTOMERS WITH A SERVICE-DRIVEN, PERSONALISED IN-STORE EXPERIENCE
These days we all do things – like ordering the groceries, setting a date with the plumber or advancing the heating – on the go. Whether we like it or not, our personal life is truly mobile.
An increasing number of original equipment manufacturers are selecting devices from the Zebra Technologies OEM portfolio for their products.
When it comes to online delivery, customers want it all yesterday. "Fast and free" is the new norm, mainly owing to retail pioneers constantly raising the bar with offers like Amazon Prime and even same-day delivery. To keep customers delighted and to provide the best ecommerce experience, end-to-end tracking through supply chain visibility is essential. This not only identifies errors (and culpability) in good time, but also takes advantage of real-time opportunities. Products arrive intact and on schedule, keeping customers informed without squeezing profit margins. Let’s take a look at how technology is enabling supply chain visibility, from plant to warehouse to final destination – and back again, in the case of returns.