Top Deployments - April 2009

— April 30, 2009

Memphis Police deploy Celio Corp.'s REDFLY mobile companions as alternative to in-car laptops. The department equips 1,200 of its officers with the smartphone terminals to save on hardware costs and increase productivity.

Orkin is equipping 1,800 commercial field specialists with Motorola rugged MC70 Enterprise Digital Assistants. Field crews get real-time access to dispatch and accurate, consistent customer data. 

Dr Pepper Snapple Group saves $165,000 in delivery costs with the deployment of the TeleNav Track GPS-based mobile workforce management solution. It's helping the beverage company improve accountability and save money on labor and mileage costs.

Wisconsin's Saukville Police Dept. choose Columbitech for a citywide implementation of its intelligent mobile VPN. Latptop-equipped officers in the field get secure, uninterrupted access to data, eliminating time spent in the office filling out paperwork, and improving overall efficiency and response time.

Stop & Shop expands its deployment of wireless handheld scanners. Shoppers in 145 stores can now use the Modiv Shopper solution, which allows them to scan and bag items in the aisles while they shop.

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