The mobile devices that we use everyday aren’t just a critical tool, they’re an investment. Most of us want to get every ounce of value out of them that we can. The trick is to balance getting that value without putting the critical tasks that our tools execute at risk.
Industrial handhelds are at a tipping point when it comes to operating systems. Windows Embedded 6.5 (a.k.a Win Mobile) is hitting end of life on January 12, 2020. So for all of those IT administrators, operations teams and budget managers that have been wringing the value out of those older devices – you need to start planning your migration. Now.
There are still different options available to make sure that transitions and procurements aren’t painful. Check out our white paper Navigating the Challenges of Mobile Devices & Their Changing Platforms for some approaches that may work well for your team.
Getting the most value out of any investment is critical to any bottom line. For twenty years, we’ve been helping organizations increase their efficiencies and investment returns. We do this through flexible asset and data collection solutions that can deliver through the evolution of technology advancements – and meet needs across operations including asset management, operations & budgeting, inventories, surveys, remote location management and more.
We can help you to get the most bang for your buck with your devices. Contact us for a free consultation and additional information.
Wes Haubein is the President of HL Group, Inc., a premier provider of mobile asset inventory management, RFID and supply chain solutions. He writes regularly about management, solution integration and technology.
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