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The Advantages of Connected Workforce Technology: Why Modern Mobility Matters

Sponsored by LogistiVIEW

  • Date Tuesday, March 10, 2020
  • Time 2:15 PM - 3:00 PM
  • Location Theater B
  • Type Seminar

Presented By

Seth Patin - CEO and Founder
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What You Will Learn

If you are like most of the industry, your mobile computers use text-only screens and connect to your business systems using technology that makes it very difficult to change or improve your operational process. It is likely you've been using this technology for many years and it gets the job done just fine. So why upgrade and modernize something that works? The hardware vendors talk about the value of Google's Android operating system and new form factors such as a wand-style grip or wearable devices. New hardware has beautiful color touch screens (but not a keyboard!?), universal wireless connectivity, cameras, fast processors, memory, and gigabytes of storage, but how does any of that help your worker become faster, smarter, safer, and more accurate? The answer is not in the devices themselves, but rather how new software can use these features to radically improve how instructions are delivered to your workforce and information is collected throughout the completion of their tasks. Join this session to learn how Connected Workforce software uses modern hardware features to improve labor visibility and productivity without modifying your existing business systems.

Key Takeaways

Learn why all the features on modern mobility devices should matter to your operation.

Learn how Connected Worker software can be implemented without changes to existing business systems.

Learn why modern mobility devices with Connected Workforce software enable a management visibility shift from knowing only what a worker did to knowing HOW they did it.

Learn how the visibility provided by Connected Workforce software helps you proactively reinforce the behaviors that drive success in your operation.


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