Why the Zebra TC56 is the Best Device for Logistics

Chosing a phone for logistics staff, like drivers and warehouse operatives, can be a daunting task.

Which device has all the features needed to reduce downtime, make your logistics process more efficient and productive, and improve customer service?

Zebra's TC56 is perfectly suited to the transport and logistics industry.

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How to Increase Productivity for Commercial Drivers

Our partners at Zebra Technologies are experts in increasing workforce productivity by using the right hardware for the job.

What exactly the right hardware is, will depend on your business, your budget and your priorities.

Increasingly, companies are choosing to purchase consumer-grade smartphones for their drivers. In some cases, some businesses are adopting a 'bring-your-own-device' model.

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10 Reasons why Android on Zebra is great for Commercial Drivers

Android is the operating system designed and maintained by Google and used primarily on a range of touchscreen devices. In May 2017, Google announced that they had reached 2 billion monthly active users on Android worldwide. In fact, as of the start of 2017, 81.7% of the 432 million smartphones sold in the last quarter ran on Android.

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10 Important Things to Consider Before Upgrading Your Driver's Phones

Upgrading your team's mobile devices can feel like a chore.

What kind of phone is best for delivery drivers?

Not all team members need a ruggedised device. For some, a regular commercial smartphone is perfect for the job.

But other members of your team, like your drivers, will likely need something more robust and more specialised.

Nowadays there are so many options too - different models, configurations, suppliers and operating systems can all lead to different outcomes for your team's efficiency, accuracy, and productivity, and ultimately your bottom line.

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Do you have the right mobile device strategy in place?

STREAM has been partnered with Zebra to resell enterprise-level ruggedised touch mobile computer devices since September last year.

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