IntelliTrack® and Lowry Computer Products Announce Partnership

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IntelliTrack works with Lowry Computer Products to offer a starter kit for Fixed Assets RFID Software.

IntelliTrack, Inc., the leading developer of affordable software for barcode and RFID data collection, has partnered with Lowry Computer Products, Inc., a national manufacturer and systems integrator providing premier technology in wireless, RFID-EPC, barcode and data collection solutions. The new team is providing a complete RFID Asset Management solution. The companies have worked collectively to offer a starter kit for IntelliTrack’s recent release of DMS version 5.2, Fixed Assets RFID software.

In live tests, IntelliTrack Fixed Assets RFID reduced physical inventory take time by 75% compared to traditional barcode-based solutions. The savings was over 95% versus manual "pencil and paper" systems. “Using RFID technology for taking capital asset inventory will revolutionize the industry. Physicals will be reduced by up to 75% of the time. The labor intensive process will also be considerably reduced because you just read the room and the assets collected are automatically presented on the portable computer,” said James Budniakiewicz, President of IntelliTrack.

The Fixed Assets RFID package allows resellers and consumers to order all their fixed asset software needs at once. The convenient starter kit features IntelliTrack’s new release of DMS version 5.2, Fixed Assets RFID software, which allows users to reconcile a room full of assets instantly. The Fixed Assets RFID Starter Kit includes IntelliTrack Fixed Asset Software, RFID PDT Software, a voucher good for 300 of Lowry’s Smart Trac™ Asset Tracking Labels, two additional discount coupons for RFID labels, and one year of technical support.

Smart Trac™ labels are user definable and offer premier technology by positioning the RFID antenna in free air, providing superior performance and readability. With the design of Lowry’s Smart Trac™ label and IntelliTrack’s easy to use RFID software, the need for line of sight barcode scanning is eliminated, saving organizations valuable time in inventory.

“All of the benefits of our software are made more possible because of Lowry Computers asset tracking labels. With its protruding antenna, high readability is virtually guaranteed,” said James Budniakiewicz, President of IntelliTrack. “We have a winning solution for fixed assets inventory with the combination of RFID technology, IntelliTrack Fixed Assets Software, and Lowry Computers Asset Tracking labels.”

“For organizations that want to optimize their inventory tracking process, IntelliTrack’s RFID Fixed Assets software bundled with Lowry’s RFID Asset Tracking Labels is an ideal solution,” said Steve Lowry, Executive Vice President of Lowry Computer Products. “RFID is a technology step up from barcode labels that require line of site to access asset data.”

About IntelliTrack Inc.

IntelliTrack is the leading developer of affordable software for barcode, RFID, batch and WiFi (RF) data collection. Applications for the software include inventory control, warehouse management, and asset tracking. IntelliTrack software runs on mobile computers from Symbol Technologies, PSC, Intermec, Socket, LXE, Hand Held Products (HHP), American Microsystems (AML) and Unitech. More than 12,500 copies of IntelliTrack software have been deployed on over 40,000 mobile computers and wireless terminals worldwide. For further information, visit http://www.intellitrack.net.

About Lowry Computer Products Inc.

Lowry Computer Products, Inc. is a privately held company that provides automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) solutions to supply chain markets. Lowry offers a complete line of scanners, printers and wireless networking products, labels, ribbons and toner, and installation and maintenance services throughout the United States. Lowry also produces stock and custom labels and manufacturers a line of automated labeling systems. For more information, visit http://www.lowrycomputer.com.

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