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The Visible Value Blog

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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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Designed to Win – TC5x Wins 3 Design Awards

Posted by John Wyer September 22, 2017 at 3:30 AM

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Your people trust in our technology – from nurses scanning test samples, to couriers collecting signatures, to warehouse teams tracking items – our mobile devices, printers, and tracking technology must work reliably all day, every day. That’s why our design teams work in the field alongside our customers. They shiver in cold stores, watch clinicians at work, help refuse teams collect rubbish, assist delivery drivers deliver the goods – and much more.

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Topics: Touch computing

Helping IT Professionals Stuck in a Retail Crossfire

Posted by Zebra N. America January 9, 2017 at 11:34 AM

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What’s in store right now for IT in Retail?

A major mobile device dilemma.  

Here’s what you need to know: 

Employees want something that’s as modern and simple to use as their smartphones. Today, they’re bringing their own software into the workplace, which means enterprise versions need to mimic simple, easy-to-use tools as much as possible.1 

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Topics: Retail, North America, mobile computing, Touch computing, TC51