• Transportation And Distribution Rugged Computer Feature Checklist

    This checklist outlines features of rugged mobile computing devices that commonly come into play in the Transportation and Distribution industries. It is recommended you pay special attention to these points as you research different rugged mobile PC options for your own specific applications.

  • Oil & Gas Rugged Computer Feature Checklist

    This checklist outlines rugged mobile computing features commonly required by the Oil & Gas Industry for both onshore and offshore operations. Evaluating the necessity of each capability for your organization’s workflows and your workers’ daily flow is a critical first step as you research different rugged tablet PC options for your specific mobility requirements.

  • How Do Home Warranty Administrators Maximize Customer Satisfaction And Profitability?

    Consumers buy insurance for peace of mind. No doubt about it. Though insurance comes in many flavors, the basics are the same across providers, so it’s very difficult for providers to differentiate themselves to drive future sales.

  • Betting On Mobile Coverage: What Is The True Ante For An Online Application

    Market maturity in field mobility applications has continued to improve in recent years and as such, these initiatives become more central to organizations’ strategy and differentiation. As a result, project steering committees are made up of a wider group of people from the organization, which unfortunately dilutes the focus on the challenges faced by remote fieldworkers. One example of this are projects where the ability to work out of mobile coverage is removed with reckless abandon. After all, offline capabilities are hard to implement and mobile coverage is effectively everywhere, isn’t it?

  • Yes, You Can Deploy Best-In-Class Mobile Solutions Without Breaking The Bank

    We just wrapped our annual sales conference at Xplore, and I was surprised to hear how frequently customers still object to the cost of rugged tablets. Or perceived cost, I should say. As Enterprise Mobility Exchange and VDC Research noted in a recent report: ‘All companies want to be “good” at enterprise mobility (or at least none want to be “bad” at it).’ But, if I’m being honest, price sensitivity seems to be hindering more companies than it’s helping today, especially when it comes to mobility investments. But it doesn’t have to be that way anymore.

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