Android em Serviços de Entrega e Logística
Como melhorar os níveis de serviço e a eficiência com o Zebra com Android.
Reduzir os custos e melhorar o tempo de entrega e os níveis de serviço.
Usar o zebra com android para criar novas eficiências. Os dispositivos Zebra com Android foram projetados para ajudar você a enfrentar esses desafios. Baseados no Android com as ferramentas de desenvolvimento e os aplicativos do Mobility DNA, os dispositivos com Android da Zebra oferecem uma segurança de nível empresarial e uma funcionalidade industrial que os dispositivos de consumo não conseguem oferecer.
Android en Logística y Servicios de Envío
Mejore los niveles de servicio y la eficacia utilizando los dispositivos Zebra con Android.
Reducir costos y mejorar los tiempos de entrega y niveles de servicio.
Utilizar zebra con Android para crear mayor eficiencia. Los dispositivos de Zebra con Android están diseñados para ayudarlo a resolver estos problemas. Basados en Android con herramientas y aplicaciones de desarrollo de Mobility DNA de Zebra, los
dispositivos de Zebra con Android le brindan la seguridad de nivel empresarial y la funcionalidad industrial que los dispositivos de venta al consumidor simplemente no pueden proporcionar.
Os dispositivos da Zebra com Android oferecem aos clientes experiências de compras consistentes e gratificantes que criam fidelidade, enquanto os associados se beneficiam de maneiras muito mais eficientes de se comunicar e gerenciar o estoque.
Los dispositivos Zebra con Android le proporcionan a los clientes experiencias de compras consistentes y gratificantes que crean lealtad, mientras los asociados se benefician de formas mucho más eficientes de comunicarse y administrar el inventario.
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