Going Mobile

Stuart, Anne
December 2002
Inc.;Dec2002, Vol. 24 Issue 13, p124
Reports on the application of wireless communication system in the warehouse of Dee Electronics Inc. Growth of the company; Problems with paper records; Criteria of choosing the wireless network system.


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