Zebra Technologies Ushers in new era of visibility; continues legacy of guiding enterprises through digital transformation
Zebra Technologies Corporation commends its 50th commemoration as it keeps on enabling the front line of business. Since the commencement of its first printing prototypes in the late 1960s, Zebra has developed into a believed advisor to its partners and clients dependent on its heritage of advancement to help digitally transform the enterprise.
Whenever Zebra and its partners convey an performance edge to front-line representatives, nurses spend additional time at the bedside with a patient bringing about higher quality consideration, and retail relates check inventory and complete transactions without leaving the customer’s side. At the point when Zebra incorporates mobile printing and data capture solutions with cross-innovation indoor area solutions, manufacturing plants and distribution centers become more intelligent conditions in which generation, satisfaction and transportation efficiencies are significantly expanded.
“We are glad to commend our 50 years achievement with our clients over the manufacturing, retail,logistics, healthcare, government and different businesses,” said Anders Gustafsson, Chief Executive Officer, Zebra Technologies. “While Zebra has changed its stripes throughout the years, we are well-situated to quicken our strategy. With our system of particular partners, we will keep on conveying industry-customized solutions at the enterprise edge where there is an astounding measure of new development and openings.”
Zebra denotes this 50-year achievement because of its steady focus on the organization’s guiding principles. As advanced innovation transforms the edge of the enterprise, Zebra’s motivation driven design builds in convenience and security with front-line clients, workplace and workflows in mind. Zebra empowers clients to make smart, data-powered environments to all the more likely reflect what’s going on at the edge of their operations instead of relying on customary systems of record. What’s more, associated, cooperative mobile workflows powered by Zebra innovations permit those on the front line to streamline in-movement operations while linking together groups, resources and systems to convey best-activity direction for business-basic choices progressively.
Globally, Zebra brags a noteworthy lineup start to finish products and solutions; including the prominent TC5X contact PCs and the LS2208 barcode scanner, just as innovative products like the MP7000 Grocery Scanner Scale, among others. With more than 4,400 U.S. what’s more, international patents issued and pending, Zebra has been working to increase investment in problematic technologies – supported by acquisitions as of late that include Motorola Solutions’ Enterprise business, Xplore Technologies Corporation and Temptime Corporation.
Commemorating 50 years of innovation, this year Zebra will introduce another type of products and solutions so businesses can envision suggestions and settle on best-activity choices dependent on ongoing direction. Collectively,, these new products and solutions can help drive a genuinely phenomenal revolution in workforce mobility.
• MC9300 Mobile Computers: The MC9300 enables businesses to modernize their mobile solutions to keep up with the growing demands of e-commerce while shortening training time, improving fulfillment speed and accuracy and increasing productivity by as much as 10% compared to competing devices.
• ZQ600 Series Mobile Printers: The ZQ600 Series mobile printers are designed to print everything from shelf labels to item tags, markdown labels and sales receipts. The new printers enable peak performance for applications such as pricing management and faster checkouts in retail stores.
• MC3330R RFID handheld reader: The MC3330R handheld RFID reader helps workers read both RFID tags and barcodes with point and shoot simplicity, and is sensitive enough to capture the most challenging of RFID tags – bringing a new level of efficiency to inventory and asset management.
“Asia Pacific is a very important region for Zebra. We anticipate strong growth owing to the rise of e-commerce, an increasingly connected workforce, and the confluence of Industry 4.0. The recent Intelligent Enterprise Index study Zebra conducted last year revealed an encouraging trend – companies in Asia Pacific are moving the needle in the deployment and investment of the Internet of Things,” said Ryan Goh, Vice-President and General Manager, Asia Pacific, Zebra Technologies. “In Asia, we are making waves in the areas of retail, transport, healthcare, logistics and manufacturing. Our momentum continues in 2019 as we pride ourselves with the broadest product portfolio of any other solutions provider in the industry.”