The Multimodal Warehouse: Getting the Mobile Worker in the Loop

The final loop of information from a warehouse management system (WMS) to a warehouse worker and back is most critical—but in most systems, it’s also the weakest. Hand-held devices, such as touch-screens, bar code scanners, and RFID readers, can result in error-filled transactions. Learn how you can use multiple mobile devices more effectively to help improve the accuracy of your order fulfillment and inventory processes.

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Retail Retold: Is IoT Changing the Face of Omni-Channel Retail?

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  • Published: December 16 2014
Join Microsoft Dynamics' Duncan Taylor and TEC analysts P.J. Jakovljevic and Raluca Druta for this discussion about the retail industry, focusing on the challenges and opportunities with omni-channel retailing, and how the Internet of Things (IoT) is altering the retail world for both consumers and merchants. Read More

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