ChemSW Chooses Janam Device for Inventory Management Solution

— June 28, 2011

Janam Technologies LLC, a provider of rugged mobile computers that scan barcodes and communicate wirelessly, announced that ChemSW, Inc., a provider of chemical inventory management solutions for the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, chemical, petrochemical, and food industries, has chosen Janam’s XM66 rugged mobile computers to offer with its mobile inventory solution.
 
ChemSW provides companies, universities, and research labs around the world with barcode-based inventory management solutions. For its mobile inventory solution, CISPro Mobile, ChemSW needed a Class I Div 2 UL-certified rugged handheld, certified for use in hazardous locations and for managing hazardous materials. Janam’s XM Series rugged PDA met that requirement and provided ChemSW with a small, light, powerful handheld terminal with a range of features that met its customers’ needs and preferences.
 
“Chemical inventory and reconciliation presents a unique set of challenges because the inventory is so varied and ever-changing,” says Brian Stafford, president, ChemSW. “For our CISPro Mobile solution, flexibility, screen size and computing speed were must-haves for us. The XM66 was a great fit because it met all technical requirements and our customers prefer its small form factor, fast screen-to-screen performance and scan-from-any-angle barcode reading capability. On top of that, it’s easy to program and easy to use. It’s an impressive device.”

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