Datalogic Mobile Announces New Pal Software Applications

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Pal software applications for Inventory, Asset Tracking, Order Entry, and Shelf Replenishment now available on all Datalogic Mobile handheld computers.

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The Pal software suite is four applications that provide businesses with the basic functionality to automate their core practices.

Datalogic Mobile announces the release of Pal software applications for mobile computers giving out-of-the box functionality to their complete line of Windows CE and Windows Mobile based computers.

The Pal software suite is four applications that provide businesses with the basic functionality to automate their core practices. The Pal applications suite consists of:

Shelf Inventory - Perfect for performing a physical inventory or cycle counting in store or warehouse. Data collected includes: Location, SKU and Quantity.

Order Entry – Place orders in the field to replenish stock. Data collected includes: Site, Order ID, SKU and Quantity.

Asset Tracking – Quickly and easily take an asset inventory. Data collected includes: Location and Asset ID. 

Shelf Replenishment – Instantly generate a pick list to replenish low shelf stock. Data collected includes: Store, Shelf ID, SKU and Quantity

"We have heard from many of our Business Partners and end users that they are looking for a tool to execute basic tasks associated with data capture and inventory control," says Elva Martinez Software Product Manager. "Pal makes it easy! Pal gives you the tools for data collection, flexible configuration, auto data transfer, user prompts and much more."

The application suite also includes Pal Communicator, a PC application that allows the transfer of data between a PC and the Datalogic Mobile device. This utility allows data viewing in Excel, Notepad or any user defined host system.

Pal is available now on the Datalogic Mobile web site, and soon to be pre-loaded on every Datalogic Mobile Windows based device when it ships from the factory (within Q1 2011). Normally a $250 value, but now No Charge to Datalogic Mobile Partners.

Download Pal now at Datalogic Mobile – Pal Apps

For more information click here to register for the Pal product introduction webinar February 16th, 2011

About Datalogic Mobile

Datalogic Mobile, part of the Datalogic Group, is a global manufacturer of mobility solutions for retail applications, self shopping, warehouse solutions, and field-force automation.

Our diverse product range of rugged mobile computers includes pocket-sized computers, pistol grip computers, and industrial PDAs designed to keep workers connected to their enterprise inside or outside the four walls. Our mobile computers use Cisco® Certified CCX radios for maximum levels of RF security, data throughput, and efficiency. Datalogic Mobile computers use the latest technologies for voice and data communications giving mobile workers on-the-go connectivity. 

Datalogic Mobile is the worldwide leader in Personal Self Shopping (PSS). Over 350 retail stores have implemented Datalogic Shopevolution™ software and the Datalogic Joya™ handheld pod as their PSS solution. Datalogic gives retailers a competitive advantage while reducing their operational costs. Joya makes shopping a multimedia experience that increases consumer loyalty.

Datalogic Mobile has worldwide presence in over 30 countries and with over 800 business partners worldwide. 

See us on the web at http://www.mobile.datalogic.com or call 800-929-7899

About Datalogic Group

The Datalogic Group is a world-class producer of bar code readers, data collection mobile computers, RFID systems and photoelectric sensors for industrial automation. Datalogic offers innovative solutions for a comprehensive range of industrial applications, in manufacturing, transportation & logistics, and retail industries.

Datalogic S.p.A. employs over 2,000 people worldwide. A leader in technology, Datalogic has a growing portfolio of over 850 patents, 8 research and development centers, and 300 engineers.

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