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When you think Zebra, you may think of printers, but we're so much more than that. A leader in developing solutions that feature barcode, RFID and RTLS technologies, Zebra converts the physical into the digital to give assets, people and transactions a virtual voice. When you have more visibility, you can drive more value.

In this blog, we will:

  • Break down the basics of the Internet of Things (IoT) and how our connected world is making a big impact on how we work and play
  • Cover all the latest trends in visibility technology, like barcoding, RFID and RTLS, across many industries
  • Give you a closer look at the latest news and solutions from Zebra

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How to successfully deploy PSS technology

Posted by Nadim Ghafoor August 10, 2017 at 1:00 PM

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With online giants such as Amazon and budget discounters like Aldi dominating the retail landscape, it is increasingly important for retailers to find new ways to differentiate themselves from their competitors.

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Topics: Retail, EMEA, Customer Experience, PSS

Getting your seasonal workers up to speed quickly

Posted by Maria Casu August 9, 2017 at 10:27 AM

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Warehouses are predicting a 42% increase in SKUs and 70% increase in volume of items shipped by 2020[1]. And with customers demanding ever fast delivery and flawless fulfillment the pressure is on to deliver. Temporary workers are crucial to ensuring that warehouses can cope – especially around peak times that are becoming ever more extreme. Some of our larger customers can employ hundreds and sometimes thousands of workers at these times.

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Topics: EMEA, Warehousing, mobile devices, Warehouse Management, Warehouse, Productivity, Android

How can PSS technology improve the in-store customer experience?

Posted by Nadim Ghafoor August 3, 2017 at 9:21 AM

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Today’s retail market is tougher than ever before. With hard discounters on one side, making it nigh on impossible for retailers to compete on price, and giants like Amazon on the other, dominating the online retail market, how can retailers gain a competitive edge?

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Topics: Retail, EMEA, Customer Experience, PSS

Why Zebra for Android is the enterprise choice for mobile working

Posted by John Wyer August 3, 2017 at 7:01 AM

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The workforce mobility revolution is here to stay. And its beating heart is AndroidTM.

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Topics: Mobility, Retail, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Warehousing, transport and logistics, Mobility DNA, Android, Mx

MEETING FOOD LABELLING COMPLIANCE AND SERVING UP EFFICIENCIES WITH A ZEBRA FOOD SAFE CARD SOLUTION

Posted by Steve Northcott July 31, 2017 at 1:15 AM


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  • 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
  • On the other side of the counter, managers want their catering teams to work productively and concentrate on preparing food and serving customers, not on time-wasting, repetitive administrative tasks
  • And a third factor to throw into the mix is the legislative red tape that every food establishment needs to adhere to. One such regulation is the Food Information for Consumers (FIC) Regulation, which the EU has recently introduced; restaurants, cafés and catering companies now have to legally provide details of products that contain any of the 14 allergens it has specified, such as egg, milk, peanuts and sesame seeds
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Topics: EMEA, Hospitality, Catering and hospitality, Zebra Card Safe Food Solution

Putting Android to work in a mobile workplace

Posted by John Wyer July 20, 2017 at 7:01 AM

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With the revolution in workforce mobility the idea of having a single workplace is rapidly disappearing. Today, more and more of us don’t just have one workplace, but many. In fact, at least part of the time, 6 in 10 workers1 now work outside the office.

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Topics: Mobility, Wi-Fi, Mobility DNA, Android, Mx

HOW A DANISH RETAILER HAS DEPLOYED TECHNOLOGY TO IMPROVE EFFICIENCIES ACROSS ITS BUSINESS

Posted by Steve Northcott July 12, 2017 at 8:25 AM

Leading Danish wholesaler Shoe-D-Vision was aware that the mobile devices it used to help partners select and buy stock at it sales exhibitions were not up to scratch. As a retailer that enjoys a reputation for being a technology trailblazer it looked to deploy new mobile computers.

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Topics: Retail, EMEA, TC51, Exhibitions

How Zebra makes the world’s most popular OS enterprise-ready

Posted by John Wyer July 6, 2017 at 7:01 AM

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AndroidTM is the world’s most popular mobile operating system, with a market share that tops 75% in Europe’s largest markets1. So naturally it’s everywhere, from wearables to TVs and of course smartphones, where it’s found in four in every five consumer handhelds2

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Topics: Security, Android, Mx, Devices, USB, Bluetooth, Encryption

Getting a big-picture vision of clinical mobility considerations

Posted by Zebra N. America May 30, 2017 at 8:00 AM

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Implementing a clinical mobility solution is great way to improve clinician efficiency and support better patient care. With real-time access to patient data, the ability to collaborate with peers on a moment’s notice and the capability to effectively manage patient alarms, a mobile clinician is an empowered clinician. 

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Topics: Mobility, Healthcare, North America, Clinical Mobility

Mobile devices and the risk of healthcare-associated infections

Posted by Zebra N. America May 19, 2017 at 10:09 AM

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Mobile devices and handheld computers have made healthcare much more efficient in the past few years. It wasn’t that long ago that hospitals relied entirely on paper-based methods for recording, sharing and reporting data. Now, with the advent of EMRs, mobile devices are providing unprecedented access to patient data and providing secure channels for instant peer collaboration. But are they also presenting a new threat to patient health when it comes to healthcare-associated infections (HAIs). 

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Topics: Mobility, Healthcare, North America, Clinical Mobility