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It`s no secret that mobile technology plays a significant part in the supply chain for goods today. For many years, this technology continues to evolve and several transportation personnel and logistics are currently using multiple and commercial-grade mobile devices to handle the supply chain more efficiently. With this, managers can also do their job wherever they are located.
Mobile phones with barcode and label printers, built-in cameras, Global Positioning System (GPS), handheld computers, Near Field Communication (NFC), RFID tags, scanners, shared logistics networks, tablets, and voice recognition software are all included in the technologies involved. Each one of these technologies also allows maximum flexibility and can be both mobile and wireless.
It is often required for most businesses these days to use mobile and wireless technologies to provide better services. In the industry of transportation, this technology is nothing new. In fact, there were several big companies that invested in mobile technology in the last few decades to drive efficiencies and create competitive advantage.
Every point in the supply chain feels the impact of the advancements in mobile technology. MWI Consultants identifies the trends that currently impacts the industry which are important for every shipper and logistics professional to know.
The top trend on the list is about wireless solutions. MWI Singapore is regarded as one of the most reliable organizations in providing innovative mobile and wireless solutions for customers in the transport sectors as well as public safety and security operations in the nation. Most companies today choose wireless solutions to help shippers get both transparency and efficiency and help them create a more cohesive workforce outside the walls of the warehouse. Some wireless solutions offer tracking and tracing capabilities.