Case Study: Lettings agency see productivity soar with mobile solution

Dec 30, 2013 • FeaturesHardwareCase Studies


Tucker Gardner Residential Limited (Tucker Gardner) was formed in 2005 by the merger of two market leading property specialists: Tucker Gardner Partnership (established 1989) and Camflats Property Management Limited (est. 1983).

Motion Computing expands mobile technology platform, unveils new software and workflow-enabling accessories for rugged tablets

Dec 20, 2013 • HardwareNewsmotionhardwareruggedtablet computing

New updated range of rugged tablets  makes working in the field, at the warehouse or with the patient easier, faster and more accurate than ever claim Motion Computing...

On the move and on the front line - mobile workforce technology in utilities

Dec 16, 2013 • FeaturesHardwaremotion computingian daviestablet pcutilities

Against a pan-European backdrop of regulatory change, increased consumer awareness of price and choice and concerns over energy security, the utility sector is facing many challenges and opportunities over the next decade.  Motion Computing's Ian...

Rugged tablets captures lost revenue and speeds up response times 

Dec 10, 2013 • HardwareNewskmp designsmotion computinginvoicingrugged tablets

Toronto-based tyre repair service JF Tire Service  eliminate paper processing, centralise scheduling and speed up invoicing with Motion Computing and KMP Designs

Case Study: XDP customers seeing the benefits of improved data capture technology

Dec 04, 2013 • FeaturesHardwareData CaptureXDPCase Studiesdelivery companiesimage capturesignature capturespirit


The use of powerful mobile data capture devices and software can make a huge difference to delivery companies and their customers, particularly if the devices offer facilities such as image and signature capture. These can be used to...

Interview: Motion's Ian Davies on the future of mobile computing...

Dec 02, 2013 • FeaturesHardwaremobile computingmotion computingian daviesInterviewrugged tabletsUncategorized

In this exclusive interview with Motion Computing's UK Supremo Ian Davies about his time in the industry, the changes he has seen and what he thinks the future holds for mobile computing...

Getac rugged tablet gains airwatch accreditation

Nov 29, 2013 • HardwareNews

The Getac Z710 Android 4.1 rugged tablet has been officially certified by AirWatch – a global leader and innovator in mobile security and the largest Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) provider – for compatibility with its Mobile Device...

New rugged handheld device from Juniper Systems contains radical improvements

Nov 18, 2013 • HardwareNewsjuniper systemsHandheld Computingrugged

Juniper Systems has announced the availability of its new  Archer 2 rugged handheld. With radical improvements over the first generation Archer, the Archer 2 promises better overall performance with an astonishingly bright display, an extra-long...

Eyes in the sky: Coastway deploys the Motion CL910 Rugged Tablet PC for Aerial Surveys

Nov 14, 2013 • FeaturesHardwareland surveyingmotion computingCase Studiescase study

Coastway is the largest chartered land surveying and geospatial engineering company in Ireland. Headquartered in Naas, Ireland with overseas offices in London and Poland, Coastway specialises in capturing, processing and managing geospatial data.

PGA Drives High Stakes Data Capture with Intermec CN50 & Scan Read Technologies (1/2)

Nov 08, 2013 • videoHardwareNewsData CaptureIntermecPGAfield serviceScan Read

In the first of this two-part series, learn how the Professional Golfers' Association (PGA) deployed the Intermec CN50 and Intermec CK71 rugged mobile computers with the help of Scan Read Technologies to boost data capture capabilities at high...

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