Your 5 Favorite Case Studies In Q1 2009

By  Susan Nunziata — April 13, 2009

We've compiled a list of the five case studies most-read by subscribers to our newsletters and visitors to our website in Q1 2009. They include management of a wireless mesh network, the deployment of a field inspection solution and implementation of new mobile data  applications. Regardless of industry served, these case studies all have one common goal -- to improve service to an organization's "customers," whether those are foster children or business clients.

Mesh Network Is Key To Corpus Christi's Mobile Worker Program
A muni WiFi network abandoned by Earthlink is enabling the city to mobilize up to 300 workers this year. The added bonus? Parents get high-speed WiFi access at an area sports complex.

Field Inspection Solution Improves Safety, Brings In New Business
Rigging supplier Halo replaces pen-and-paper with an industry-altering RFID-based solution.

Why Is This Man Smiling? His Enterprise Achieves Decades-Old Mobility Dream
Rick James, VP of Technology at L&L Nursery, says that since the 1970s the company has been searching for the right solution to achieve the mobility vision it had for its field sales reps. How did they turn the dream into reality?

Foster Kids Gain From Mobile Solution
When the bottom line isn't measured in dollars but in the lives of children, putting mobile technology in the field is a game changer.

One Hour Air's Service Techs Achieve 99.99% On-Time Arrival
Until it deployed a mobile workforce management solution, One Hour Air Conditioning & Heating was absorbing 15%-20% of all service costs by failing to fulfill its slogan: "Always on time or you don't pay a dime."

Want more? Check out the Top 5 Case Studies of 2008.

Interested in product news? Take a look at Your Top 5 Product Picks of Q1 2009.


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