Barcoding Eyes Supply Chain Future Proofing
August 18, 2020
The Windows Embedded Handheld/Windows CE
platform ended support at the beginning of
2020, leaving many organizations left with a
lot of risk and outdated technology. The new
research study from Barcoding provides key
insights on how to plan for, migrate,
modernize, and continuously improve a new
technology platform. Taking a deep dive into
topics such as enterprise application
migration, security and networking, and
training and user adoption, readers will
find pertinent information on how to migrate
from Windows Mobile to Android as well as
how to prepare for future disruption.
● A company's digital transformation goals are rooted in the ability to access and view data and to help users be more productive. These are two of the strongest reasons to migrate to Android.
● People matter. User adoption is everything when it comes to mobility. The report demonstrates how to put users first.
● A growth mindset is essential. The goal
is how to learn how to leverage mobility in
new and surprising ways and how to
continuously improve over time.