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>Feature Story

Mobile Deployment at Lance Increases Productivity

For nearly a decade, the delivery sales staff at Lance Inc. used the same mobile device to conduct business. The Charlotte, N.C.-based company manufactures and markets snack foods throughout much of the United States and other parts of North America. But last year, the devices delivery sales staff had been using since 1998 finally began to show signs of age. “There was a hardware problem with them, really,” said Mark Carter, VP of strategic initiatives at Lance.

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>Breaking News    07.03.07

- SAP Admits Inappropriate Oracle Downloads
- Linspire Joins Microsoft Effort To Create Open Source XML Translators
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Toshiba Adds a Boatload of New Laptops

- Applix Reaches Farther Across the Globe with Release of Applix 9.1 Unicode
- Wipro-NewLogic Releases Next Generation Bluetooth IP
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Allegro Networks to Deploy First Business WiMAX Network in Australia

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>Whitepapers - NEW!

Getting There:
7 Critical Success Factors in Building the Mobile Enterprise
An Executive Briefing Paper
With insight gained from thousands of mobile deployments, InfoLogix and Motorola have identified seven factors that are critical to the success of enterprise initiatives that “extend the four walls.” Focusing on “real life” examples, the paper includes case studies featuring proof-of-delivery, and mobile work order and timecard solutions.


Working Smart with a Wireless Smartphone
Wireless smartphones can be used by sales and field force workers to build closer relationships with customers, respond more quickly to customer calls and emails, share ideas and information around the world, and access critical business applications whenever and wherever it is needed. In fact, wireless devices like the Treo ™ smartphone can enhance the day-to-day productivity and effectiveness of any mobile employee.


Reports on Mobile Devices: Putting the User in Charge
Mobile workers need access to enterprise data, but getting it on demand, onsite, and either online or off has been a challenge for users of handheld devices. Now, without custom programming for each BlackBerry, Treo, Palm, or smart phone, business intelligence can be delivered in easy-to-read and -navigate form

 


> Free Downloads

Free Enterprise Road Warrior Report

Read this benchmark report and learn how best-in-class organizations are deploying enterprise mobile solutions to enable their mobile workers to be as productive on the road as they would be in the office.

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http://www.aberdeen.com/summary/report/ benchmark/3964-RA-BenchmarkingEnterpriseRW.asp


>Leading Whitepapers

The Mobile Maintenance Challenge: Keeping the Productivity Pace with a Technology Service Partner
Keeping mobile systems up and running in the field is key to the success of every mobile initiative. Unfortunately, internal IT departments and even many third-party support organizations are not always equipped to provide fast repair and replacement services in the field. A qualified technology service partner can be the right answer when things go wrong

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> Blogs

Is Open-Standards-Based Mobile Email the Key to the SMB?

> Product Spotlight > Newsletters

Samsung Blackjack

Thin, black and sleek, the Samsung Blackjack is fit for a player.

Qwerty smartphones tend to be so equal in their operational extravagance—heavily equipped with Bluetooth 2.0, a 1.3-megapixel camera with video, instant messaging and speakerphone—that they're only distinguishable by their marketing campaigns, and even then only barely.

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