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Now’s the Time to Upgrade Your Scanners to a Smartphone or Tablet

Microsoft has discontinued the Windows Mobile, the most widely used operating system in the handheld scanner market. The decision presents customers with a dilemma about upgrade paths. Modern smartphones and tablets are a natural choice. They deliver more functionality at lower cost than traditional scanners. Based on the market-leading Android operating system, they support a vibrant ecosystem of third-party developers, which guarantees a long and healthy future.

Ruggedized phones and tablets can also be used for much more than scanning. They’re flexible, functional and powerful multi-use devices that support a wide variety of applications for field workers while maintaining constant communication with co-workers and the home office. Bottom line: There’s never been a bettertime to trade in those old scanners for a more powerful, functional and flexible platform.

In this webinar you’re learn:

  • How smartphones and tablets can be flexibly adapted to a wide variety of factory floor and back of the office retail environments
  • How rugged devices enable applications to be reimagined for digital transformation
  • Features to look for when choosing a solution that is rugged and capable of increasing your workforce’s efficiency

Featured speakers:

  • John Gibson – Vertical Business Development, Strategic OEM Solutions, Samsung Electronics America
  • Justin Corbell – VP, Sales and Business Development, Scandit

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Janine Mooney

Janine Mooney is Executive Editor of Samsung Business Insights, covering the latest industry trends and technology innovations. A former magazine editorial content director and editor in chief, Janine has been writing professionally for more than six years, covering areas such as technology, design and electrical engineering, health and wellness, and all things IoT. Janine holds a Bachelor of Arts in English, with a concentration in writing, from High Point University in North Carolina. Follow Janine on Twitter: @JanineEMoon

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