All of CipherLab mobile computers and barcode scanners can help your company control cost and boost productivity.
Plano, TX (PRWEB) June 09, 2014
CipherLab USA, a global leader in the design, manufacture, and marketing of Automatic Identification and Data Capture/Collection products and systems, will showcase its latest line of barcode scanners for smartphones or tablets, and mobile computers for replacing legacy or Windows OS handheld terminals at FMI Connect 2014 in McCormick Place, Chicago, IL, June 10-13, 2014, booth #3864. CipherLab will have the recently launched rugged mobile computers on display as well as latest barcode scanners.
Stop by the booth #3864 to find out how CipherLab's Dedicated Operating System Handheld Terminal can help you with an Intelligent Order Entry solution and/or a Telxon replacement solution. Besides, the coming 9700 series Windows Mobile Computer will be the economic and easy replacement solution for those Windows handheld terminal in stores or warehouses. With the emerging cloud application on smartphones and tablets, CipherLab’s 1600 series Bluetooth barcode scanner will be the solution for data capture. All of which can help control cost and boost productivity on mobile computing and barcode scanning applications.
For more details and specifications regarding CipherLab Mobile Computers and Barcode Scanners or request for demo, please send an email to NASales(at)cipherlab(dot)com or contact our office at 888-300-9779 by phone.
CipherLab is a global leader in the design, manufacture, and marketing of Automatic Identification and Data Capture/Collection products and systems. The company’s mobile computers and scanners are integrated into the networks of some of the world's best known logistics, retail, distribution, government installations and healthcare companies, helping them run more efficiently and effectively onsite and on the road. CipherLab USA is headquartered in Plano, TX. For more information, please visit http://www.cipherlab.com or like us at http://www.facebook.com/CipherlabUsa.