Hardware Tip: Preparing for Operating Systems’ End of Life

March 20, 2018 by Jodi Nuszkowski in Hardware
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No, the hardware zombie apocalypse is not coming, but Microsoft will soon reach its end of life for support for the Windows CE and Windows Embedded Handheld.  Starting this June through 2020, Microsoft will phase out their support of various Windows Embedded Operating Systems. And since most rugged ... Continue Reading

Mobile Counting Options for NetSuite

March 12, 2018 by Holli Anderson in NetSuite
Mobile Counting for NetSuite
Many companies have some sort of counting system in place – though it is typically tedious, manual, and not very effective. The good news is there are mobile solutions for NetSuite that automate this process, allowing you to gain visibility to your inventory at any given time. Whether you are ... Continue Reading

Utilizing Scanning Modes for Better Results

November 30, 2017 by Jodi Nuszkowski in Hardware
It’s hard to believe, but barcodes have been used in some form since the 1960s. Today, barcodes are everywhere and used in industries across the globe to automate processes, increase productivity and reduce human error. As we rely on them more, it is understandably frustrating when problems occur. ... Continue Reading

Transforming our Customers through Innovation

November 17, 2017 by Casey Rebman Walker in Culture, Innovation
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As a tech company, we are always looking to solve more business problems for our customers. One way we encourage this is through our annual Days of Innovation. While we could call any day one of innovation, we’ve also recognized that sometimes the best ideas come from those who are in the thick of ... Continue Reading

Hardware Tip: The Best Printer for Barcode Labels

October 25, 2017 by Jodi Nuszkowski in Hardware
There is a lot to consider when it comes to choosing the right type of printer for your operations - inkjet, laser or thermal? While most of today’s printers have the capability to produce the necessary output, not all printers provide the same return on investment.    It is important to take note ... Continue Reading

When CoWorkers Become Family - A Different Corporate Approach

August 18, 2017 by Jenna Ellinger in Culture
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As my internship this summer rapidly draws to a close, I was tasked with writing a final blog that would address the topic of “family” here at RF-SMART. I’ve been working here for 3 full months, putting in 20 hours a week helping out the marketing team.  In the beginning, I felt I didn’t belong ... Continue Reading