The giant wastes no time in capitalizing in enterprise solutions acquisition.
Zebra Technologies came out swinging with a new mobile POS attachment and revolutionary new voice technology, at the recent NRF show in New York City. Among other offerings, the company debuted its new PD40, an attachment for swiping credit/debit cards, and its Workforce Connect Voice technology. According to staff members who manned the Zebra booth, both offerings drew a large amount of attention.
Leading software for laser and inkjet printers is now available on thermal counterparts.
At the recent NRF show in New York, Datamax-O'Neil (D-O) announced partnerships with two leading providers of managed print services (MPS). [See sidebar] Thomas Brahm, product manager Stationary Business Unit, said the D-O H-8308p and Performance series printers now offer the ability to take advantage of MPS software that has heretofore only been compatible with laser and inkjet printers. D-O's autoload feature is one of the technologies needed to capitalize on what MPS brings to the table.
Its leader's story is like reading the history of AIDC.
Every once in a while, we like to spotlight a company/person that has played an integral role in AIDC's history. Mike Lowry from Lowry Solutions is an old friend of ours who certainly fits the bill. His company celebrated its 40th anniversary late last year. The following is the story of how Lowry took the reins of his father's (Richard Lowry) fledgling business and ran with it. The Lowry story parallels the growth of AIDC.
Rick Morgan is president of RMG Enterprises, Inc. and editor of SCAN:The DATA CAPTURE Report, a 37-year-old newsletter to the automatic identification and data capture industry. Morgan, a graduate of Edinboro University, has over 35 years of business, sales, and writing experience.