with the right technology, including mobile printers, agencies can still positively impact their bottom line
Integrating New Technology in the Field: Benefit from the latest technology without the upfront investment
No matter the size of the business, large or small, there are bound to be questions about how to keep up with technology and changing client demands
The ingenious patent-pending design saves space by attaching quickly and easily to your factory vehicle’s headrest with no modifications or special tools required.
New Compact, Durable Rugged Jet Go Printer Series Help Meet the Growing Demands of Public Safety Officers
From improved officer safety to valuable time and cost savings, eCitation offers up plenty of benefits for today’s law enforcement departments.
Research shows that more than 60 percent of law enforcement agencies have already adopted some form of eCitation systems, and that number is growing by the day!
Home Healthcare Agencies Can Deploy Mobile Technology to Serve Patients Effectively with Hardware-as-a-Service (HaaS)
For homecare agencies in today’s uncertain times, HaaS procurement model can pave the way for…
The shortage of qualified drivers has been a challenge for trucking companies in recent years. The...
Since the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) published the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Mandate, transportation companies have been grappling with how to implement the changes necessary to stay in compliance.
For home healthcare clinicians, administrative tasks like producing and printing patient information can be tedious and can distract from the most important focus – the patient.
Transportation – along with the retail and hospitality sectors – is driving growth in the booming global mobile printer market. Here are 5 reasons why savvy fleet owners are moving full-speed ahead with mobile printing deployments:
New Voting Systems Integrate Full-page Ballot Printing to Help Improve Accuracy and Security in U.S. Elections
Voting security and traceability remain pressing concerns for both voters and government officials as the 2020 U.S. election approaches.