Manufacturing faces a historic crisis: innovate or die. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated existing challenges for manufacturers, from shrinking profit margins to labor challenges. It has also created a desperate need to continue operating safely and sustainably. Those who have yet to “digitally transform” now struggle to accurately track materials, leading to cost overruns and risking future viability.
Download our new whitepaper to learn how manufacturers are leveraging mobile barcoding solutions for ERP to streamline inventory control, visibility, nimbleness and profitability.
This whitepaper’s key points include:
A staggering number of manufacturers do not use digital automation or mobile data collection in their facilities. These businesses are not equipped for uncertainty in the Age of Disruption. Join the 65% of manufacturers already planning to implement mobile technology by 2022.
RFgen Mobile Foundations software equips manufacturers with ERP-integration solutions built on data collection best practices for the supply chain. Mobilizing data collection adds an additional layer of flexibility and efficiency, enabling workers to safely collect data and transact materials at point-of-work.
Download your free copy of the whitepaper right now to learn how digital automation and mobility are essential to building resiliency and agility into your operation during an era of unprecedented disruption.
This paper was written with the cooperation of RFgen supply chain professionals and more than three decades of experience in manufacturing and ERP.
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