When the ultimate goal is to get something from point A to point B in the quickest, most efficient, cost effective way possible, real time data can facilitate goods from one destination to another. Real-time, accurate data is vital to gaining efficiencies, increasing productivity and minimizing costs.
Rugged tablets allow you to access, process, and transmit data from anywhere to anywhere, giving both in-the-field employees, location based retail personnel, and warehouse workers access to information at every point on the supply chain.
Benefits of Rugged Tablets
Rugged tablets can streamline logistics and make the supply chain flow smoothly from start to finish. Tablet features valuable to the process include:
Fast, efficient barcode and RFID readers that make tracking easy.
Wireless integration that keeps all the important data right at your fingertips.
Rugged builds that can survive handling around moving boxes, crates and packages.
Transportation and logistics applications start at the pickup point, whether it is the manufacturer to warehouse run, the warehouse to retail leg of the journey, or the direct to customer trip. If cargo must undergo cross dock transport, keeping track of it is easy with information passing rapidly between tablets at different points of access.
Yard logistics are simplified when loading, inventorying, and unloading, keeping the data trail intact. Finally, delivery can be verified and the ticket closed remotely, with all data sent immediately for confirmation online.
Rugged Tablet Extras
Extra mobility is added to the rugged tablet with the option of ports that can support various hardware and applications, and mounts and cradles that allow tablets to be secured to walls, forklifts, or inside vehicles.
The versatility allows each rugged tablet to be customized for a specific point of use in the logistics chain, and to be outfitted for crosspoint use and easy handoffs throughout the supply chain.
From the manufacturing facility, to the warehouse, to the road, rugged tablets are flexible and durable enough to take whatever the changing environment throws at them. Drivers can stay in touch with dispatchers regarding delivery details or any issues that arise while theyre in the field.
The bottom line? Increased productivity, less wasted time, and lower margins of error from the beginning of the supply chain to the end.