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Executive Planning Guide – Field Service Inventory Management

This new e-book brings to light some important considerations when planning for your field service mobile inventory strategy   Travis Smith, CTO of WithoutWire recently completed an executive planning guide to field service operations to shorten your learning curve in deploying a successful strategy for supply chain logistics in field service.  This guide covers the terminology […]

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4 Key Ways a WMS Helps Your Business

New e-book from Appware Solutions highlights effective ways to fill painful gaps in your Supply Chain Honeywell and WithoutWire have teamed up to provide insights into key ways a WMS Inventory Management system can address must-haves to drive business efficiency. As Inventory Management grows in value and relevance it is important that you keep pace […]

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Blockchain for Supply Chain – Breakthrough or Bust?

Blockchain is getting its fair share of buzz lately. Bitcoin and other crypto-currencies are stealing headlines with massive overnight gains in value. The risk/reward is exciting and capable of grabbing major headlines. But if you are like me, you are watching from the sidelines, wondering if this is another one of the “investments that got […]

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The free app experience – lessons learned

By WithoutWire Inventory Sciences   Turbo Tax has tackled a very complex subject – US Tax Law - with an online experience that is quite remarkable.  How many iterations did they go through to achieve a user-friendly experience?  Consider how many tax consultants were put out of a job when Tax Software became broadly accepted.  […]

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Top 3 Reasons Dynamics Clients Seek WMS over Data Collection

Inventory Mobility and Traceability Microsoft Dynamics clients that are projecting growth in their manufacturing and/or distribution operations are seeking improvements in inventory traceability. The majority of these clients are selecting WMS (Warehouse Management) over DC (Data Collection). So what exactly is the difference between WMS and Data Collection applications? One article explained the difference between […]

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The Tipping Point on Warehouse Scanning

Recently a new mobile warehouse device has hit the market, one which signals a tipping point in our industry. You have probably read or experienced for yourself how smart phones and tablets for consumers have revolutionized our economy and our society as a whole. At Appolis we have for years recognized the gap between innovation […]

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The Importance of Sales and Device Training for the New Field Service Technician

As improvements in remote diagnostics and smart enabled products increase first time fix rates and enable more preventative repair, the role of the field service technician is evolving to fit the changing needs of their customers. In the past, a technician needed to be able to quickly diagnose and fix a malfunctioning product on-site, but […]

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Achieving ROI Through Mobile Inventory Automation

One common challenge Clients face when sourcing mobile inventory automation is presenting management with their findings.  Looking strictly at price is common.  Understanding ROI (Return on Investment) is less common.  Oftentimes it is difficult to put $ savings to a concise spreadsheet in an easy to understand format.  The results of a well-constructed ROI can […]

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Enterprise CIO’s Are Betting on Innovation!

One of the habits I try to maintain has been to make the pilgrimage to Chicago every fall for the CIO Perspectives Event. Put together by IDG for senior-level IT Leaders, it’s always been one of my favorite conferences for getting a “finger on the pulse” of what is keeping some of the best and brightest CIOs' attention these days.

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Apple is Teaming Up with Former Nemesis IBM

"It's a watershed partnership that brings together the best of Apple and the best of IBM" Apple CEO Tim Cook   What an interesting combination.  IBM, the inventor of the PC, and Apple, once a bitter rival from top, while led by the late Steve Jobs, to the bottom … who can forget those clever […]

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