The new system allows individual warehouse workers to encode and tag shipments
RedPrairie Corporation, a productivity software provider, has announced that it will provide mobile label printing and RFID execution applications in its warehouse management system, allowing individual warehouse workers to encode and tag shipments.
According to the company, the new release supports the Zebra P4T Series Mobile Thermal Transfer RFID Printer/Encoder, and provides the ability to achieve new levels of efficiency, velocity, and accuracy in supply chain execution. The new printers/encoders can be carried and mounted in locations ranging from an employee’s belt to a lift truck, allowing operators to execute transactions more naturally, efficiently and effectively.
Thermal transfer mobile label printing, RFID, voice recognition, and wearable computing included in the RedPrairie application will enable new business processes, and provide for easier tracking and organization, the company said.
Gary Morgan, vice president of technical services at RedPrairie, said: With Zebra and RedPrairie solutions, companies will be able to better leverage in combination, emerging real time technologies like RFID and Voice to optimize people and processes.
The Zebra RFID mobile printing concept immediately separates Zebra from their competition and shows the depth and flexibility of RedPrairie’s solution. We are aligned with a unique partner to provide extremely effective solutions for our customers.