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Amey’s Metering needed a reliable, accurate and effective handheld device for data and image capture.
When Aspire upgraded its PDAs, it chose Spirit who supplied Motorola MC65s and its Managed Services.
Associated British Ports was looking for a handheld to measure and bill the energy use of tenants.
Organisations with large vehicle fleets and field workers rely on mobile computing to capture data.
When Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council collect important data it’s often the little things that are important.
Blackpool Coastal Housing saves time and money with Spirit’s mobile device management solution.
Automatic data capture has an important role to play across a range of applications within the manufacturing sector.
The Radiology Department of the Royal Bolton Hospital experienced difficulties with its scanning system.
Spirit helped to design and develop a mobile data capture solution that would give it a more competitive edge.
Bowker slashes paperwork in their warehouse with a SUMO tablet, a Honeywell scanner and a Datamax printer.
Camelot recently upgraded the scanners in it's distribution centre where data capture plays a key role.
Clarks has been using Spirit for the past 13 years providing barcode scanning devices for Point-of-Sale operations.
Stock control is one of the many areas where handheld data capture devices can make a real difference.
Spirit helps Dublin Airport Authority to raise efficiency to new heights in its quest for a paperloss office.
Mobile devices are being used to monitor fire equipment, maintenance systems and water temperatures.
Streamlined its administration procedures by introducing Dolphin® 7900 mobile computers.
Millions of gas and electricity meters are read in the UK, e.on is upgrading its data capture devices.
To ensure that everyone in their Smartline project has the latest information, the University of Exeter bought Huawei tablets.
The upgrading of data capture solutions can make a significant difference to the effectiveness of the supply chain.
Embarked on two barcode scanning projects - an inventory of computers & the use of barcodes on questionnaires.
Leading bakery Greenhalgh’s needed a new solution for its delivery drivers, it chose Spirit for PDAs, printers & software.
The speed and accuracy of operations at different stages of the supply chain are particularly important to manufacturers.
EPOD and collection are vital weapons in the armoury of warehouse and distribution companies.
Jewson IT streamlined its customer product selection and ordering process with help from Spirit.
JJ Food Service automated its methods for capturing a range of data relating to its truck based deliveries.
Barcodes are used widely throughout our hospitals, for an extensive and diverse range of applications.
Liffe’s Commodity Derivatives department decided to source all of its handheld scanning units from Spirit.
The Department of Clinical Biochemistry and Metabolic Medicine upgraded its barcode readers.
CTL has upgraded to one of the latest cordless imagers for processing of analytical requests.
Tracking packages and proof of delivery information is an integral part of a parcels delivery operation.
MobiControl has enabled Merseytravel’s ICT department to manage a large portfolio of PDAs.
Companies with large distribution operations need to ensure customers always receive the right items.
In large logistics operations with repetitive tasks, a small increase in speed can lead to large time & cost savings.
Hand held devices are the way forward for organisations that need units that are flexible, rugged and reliable.
Oldham Council uses the Gotive H42 Wireless Enterprise Communicators for street surveys.
Peaks & Plains needed more reliable handsets offering a good and consistent reception for its mobile workers.
The firm embarked upon a new project to automate the collection of data by its gas service and repair engineers.
Rapidity Communications wanted a new and reliable proof of delivery system for its printed materials.
RCS, the term maintenance business of Balfour Beatty plc, refined its data collection and transmission system.
Seafish UK, a supplier of frozen food items, uses barcode scanners as part of its quality control procedures.
Selfridges recently upgraded its imagers at its London and Manchester stores with the help of Spirit Data Capture.
Taylors has taken a significant step forward towards a fully paperless business environment.
Quality Assurance is an important part of the supply chain enhanced with tailor-made software solutions.
Having acquired a new site TAFC needed to install a new system of handheld devices & wireless infrastructure.
Their innovative solution will help to ensure people onsite are accounted for in the event of an emergency.
The ability to use mobile computing at all stages of the process is an essential aspect of delivery.
Even simple verification processes can benefit from automation, as the University of Huddersfield has discovered.
Many field applications rely upon automated data collection, one involves capturing data from utility meters.
When Wakefield and District Housing wanted greater control over its many mobile devices, it selected MobiControl.
One unusual requirement at Westpoint was for a device that could be used to record data relating to the health of the hooves of cattle.
Companies with large distribution networks can make a difference to their efficiency & cost effectiveness.
Leading warewashing supplier, Winterhalter, has deployed a new mobile enterprise solution with Getac and SOTI.
Mobile Go Live! has been used to provide a fully configured and supported mobile solution to Worldline a payment solution provider.
WSPIPB's UK field-based teams have moved from a paper-based system to Panasonic FZ-B2 tablets for borehole data.
Decided to upgrade the automated system that it uses for stocktaking and to track items issued across the counter.
Decided decided to upgrade its warehouse management system with Honeywell scanners and Zebra printers.