Using Serialio.com’s Cloud-In-Hand® Mobile Solutions with the CipherLab 1862 UHF RFID wireless reader, in any RFID or data scanning application is a perfect match.
Plano, TX (PRWEB) October 14, 2016
The automatic identification and data capture/collection technology company, CipherLab USA, announces its partnership with Serialio.com, an innovative point-of-action solutions company. Together, Serialio.com and CipherLab USA, are now offering an inventory and tracking system for reusable and recyclable assets.
Inventory inaccuracy within the retail value chain is found in a wide range of processes such as transaction errors, shrinkage errors, supply errors, theft and more. According to experts, RTI (reusable transport items) assets have an annual shrink rate of up to 25% and can cost companies millions of dollars each year.¹ RFID technology has provided business with a way to minimize these costs without employing additional labor.
The platform developed by Serialio.com and CipherLab USA provides users with an end-to-end solution including the software, hardware, and support services. The powerful CipherLabs 1862 Bluetooth UHF RFID reader brings unparalleled data collection capabilities, while Serialio.com’s cloud-based software offers users the ability to configure a workflow to their specific needs and demands.
“We are excited to have Serialio.com as a Strategic Partner” says Luis Wu, Vice President and General Manager of CipherLab USA. “Using Serialio.com’s Cloud-In-Hand® Mobile Solutions with the CipherLab 1862 UHF RFID wireless reader, in any RFID or data scanning application is a perfect match.”
“Serialio.com provided the first Android mobile UHF solution framework in early 2011,” says Dave Boydston, president founder of Serilaio.com. “CipherLabs 1862 UHF RFID reader is currently unmatched in flexibility and features for its category. The Bluetooth capability provides fast and convenient connectivity on iOS, Android, and other Bluetooth host devices. Cloud-In-Hand® Mobile Solutions with the 1862 offers unmatched value. For customers wanting their own iOS apps to use the 1862, iOS apps can be built using BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) without the headache of MFi certification. Using the 1862 also enables ANY iOS application to get UHF EPC scans posted via keyboard simulation when using SerialMagic Keys 3rd party iOS keyboard.“
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.
For over 23 years, Serialio.com has helped thousands of customers worldwide through their innovative development and deployment of mobile RFID, NFC, Barcode Scanning & Sensor based solutions. Their customers include some of the biggest names in education, government, technology, retail, and manufacturing industries. Serialio.com is located in Cedar Park, TX. To learn more, please visit https://serialio.com or follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/Serialio.
¹ Fontanella, J. RFID Reached Its Tipping Point – And No One Noticed, AMR Research, 2008