March 02, 2022

A3 Technologies Keeps Clients “Connected in the Field”

A3 Technologies has joined the AT&T; Wireless Services Enterprise Alliance Program. AT&T; Wireless is a leader in providing wireless data services to business clients. A3 continues to expand its target market focus to include the transportation and logistics industry, specifically LTL and Parcel Delivery Markets

(PRWEB) March 2, 2022 -- “In order to compliment our existing expertise in automating the Mobile Worker with real time information, we require the highest level of wireless coverage available. Our research assures us that AT&T; Wireless provides a superior coverage map for enterprise class connectivity” says Bob Weber, Vice President of Business Development for A3 Technologies.

A3 Technologies specializes in the integration of over-the-road wireless data systems and services, with years of experience in providing custom applications and solutions. Whether the need is for real-time pickup confirmation for a local delivery service, updated load manifests for a regional moving company, or a GPS-based vehicle tracking system for a nation-wide logistics service, A3 offers a comprehensive knowledge of the latest technologies to ensure a reliable, secure, and easy-to-use system for large and small carriers.

A3 Technologies Mobile Data Solutions include:

- Selection of Ruggedized PDA’s
- GSM / GPRS for real time data voice and data
- Communication nation-wide
- GPS Solutions for Fleet Tracking and Individual * Vehicle Tracking
- Signature Capture
- Receipt Printing
- Route Management
- Dispatch Service
- 911 Activation
- Vehicle Mounted Charging and Communication Stations

A3 Technologies is a premier integrator of mobile data management systems; developing, deploying and servicing productivity solutions based on diverse wireless technologies, innovative software applications for portable barcode devices and RFID for mobile asset tracking and asset security.

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February 26, 2022

A3 Technologies Launches New Website

A3 Technologies has recently launched its redesigned website: http://www.a3-tech.com

(PRWEB) February 26, 2022 -- The newly designed site exemplifies A3’s market focus on Logistics, Warehousing, Manufacturing, and Healthcare. A3 Technologies’ rapid growth is due to a consistent expansion of product offerings including major barcode product suppliers, embracing RFID product initiatives, Custom Engineering, Software Application Development, and Professional Services.

An online store is also in process of being created and integrated into the new website. A3’s customers will have the option of being able to order products via the web. “Each customer is unique in their requirements. We strive to achieve the goals set before us by our customers and respond with Solutions. Some customers have requested the convenience of ordering products over the web and we have responded”, stated Steve Allen, President of A3 Technologies.

A3 Technologies, Inc. is a premier integrator of mobile data management systems; developing, deploying and servicing productivity solutions based on diverse wireless technologies, innovative software applications for portable barcode devices and RFID for mobile asset tracking and asset security. A3 provides customer-specific solutions in route accounting, healthcare, manufacturing, transportation, logistics and other industries; all aimed at improving the productivity of the mobile worker.

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February 25, 2022

RFID Journal LIVE! to Showcase Unique End-User Case Studies

100+ RFID Systems Providers and Product Demonstrations
Sold-out sponsorships at April executive conference underscore importance of RFID technology.

New York, NY (PRWEB via PR Web Direct) February 25, 2022 -- Business professionals will have a unique opportunity to get objective, first-hand information from end users and early adopters of RFID technology at the RFID Journal LIVE! (www.rfidjournallive.com) executive conference, April 10-12, 2005 at the Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers. They will hear about the lessons learned by Wal-Mart and Kimberly-Clark; get the inside scoop on Best Buy's RFID roll-out; and learn about the European RFID experience from Tesco, a leading European retailer and among the most active deploying RFID technology.

In its third year, RFID Journal LIVE! features an unparalleled lineup of end-user case studies from those at the forefront of RFID deployment. Speakers will not only discuss how RFID improves operations, but will also provide practical insight on systems costs, integration challenges and other critical business issues. In addition, the event will feature a sold-out exhibition floor with more than 100 RFID solution providers scheduled to showcase their latest products and services.

"There is a lot of hype, misinformation and confusion in the RFID market today, and one good way to get the facts about what's really going on is to hear from end users in the trenches," said Mark Roberti, founder and editor of RFID Journal. "We've brought the same editorial focus as our magazine and Web site to RFID Journal LIVE!, so whether you are just starting to learn about RFID or you are beginning to implement, there will be plenty of insights for you."

The leading RFID system providers and technology companies are supporting the event. Major sponsors include Accenture, IBM, Deloitte, Intel, Oracle, Unisys and VeriSign. Platinum sponsors include Acsis, Avery Dennison RFID, Intermec Technologies, Manhattan Associates, OATSystems, ObjectStore, Paxar, Power Paper, Printronix, RedPrairie, SAP America, Sun Microsystems, Symbol Technologies, Texas Instruments and Zebra Technologies. This group of innovative companies will showcase a wide array of products, services and expertise such as integrated solutions, tags, readers, supply chain software, security and wireless applications on the sold-out exhibition floor. For a complete list of sponsors go to http://www.rfidjournallive.com/sponsors.htm.

RFID Journal LIVE! formally opens with a keynote address on April 10th at 6:05 p.m. delivered by Tom Ridge, former Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, who will address the importance of technology in protecting the homeland. Ridge will join attendees at a networking reception following his keynote speech.

Top end-user companies scheduled to speak include Abbott Laboratories, Airbus, AmericsourceBergen, Best Buy, Boeing, BP, Campbell USA, Delta Airlines, Federal Express, H.D. Smith Wholesale Drugs, Kimberly-Clark, Limited Brands, Michelin, National Football League, Procter & Gamble, Tesco, Tyson Foods, U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Social Security Administration and Wal-Mart.

World renowned futurist Paul Saffo, will explain how RFID fits into the general trend of computers sensing, managing and responding to real world events in his closing keynote speech entitled, "RFID and the Future of Business," on April 12th.

The conference agenda is organized into six key tracks by subject, with speakers who will deliver in-depth, unbiased information covering RFID in retail, manufacturing, supply chain/logistics, core technologies, payment systems and building the business case.

Preconference seminars will begin on Sunday morning, April 10th, with two general sessions that cover RFID Basics and the Business Benefits of RFID. The breakout sessions that follow will allow attendees to attend a single, in-depth seminar focused on a particular industry sector or issue. Topics covered include:

RFID Journal University – designed for those relatively new to RFID who want to understand the terminology and how RFID systems work before participating in the main conference. Presenters will explain how RFID can improve operational efficiency, reduce costs, increase security and boost profits for companies.

The EPC Developers Conference – sponsored by VeriSign, this workshop is for in-house developers and independent software vendors and focuses on creating applications that turn the evolutionary technologies of EPC and RFID into practical, real-world solutions for inventory, asset and supply chain management solutions.

RFID in the Health Care Industry – discusses tracking pallets, cases and unique items in the health care and pharmaceutical industry supply chains. Speakers will address the special deployment challenges faced by companies in these industries, including the need to create an electronic pedigree for some drugs and the challenges of tagging medical objects in hospitals.

Investing in RFID – provides investors with a deeper understanding of the burgeoning RFID market, including the short- and medium-term trends in the industry; which areas of the market will be dominated by incumbents; and which areas still present opportunities for startups.

Packaging and Printing – addresses the specific issues that packaging and printing companies need to understand to meet the challenges ahead, including developing new methods of integrating tags directly into products and printing antennas for RFID tags with conductive inks.

RFID in Commercial Aviation – The Boeing Company and Airbus cover how they are working together to promote the adoption of RFID technology within the commercial aviation industry. They will examine the business case for the use of RFID by both manufacturers and suppliers and will provide a roadmap for RFID implementation.

Intellectual Property and RFID – This pre-conference, hosted by the Intellectual Property Society (www.ipsociety.net), explores critical intellectual property issues that companies selling, deploying and investing in RFID technologies face today.

To learn more about RFID Journal LIVE! 2005, or to register for the conference, go to www.rfidjournallive.com. Group discounts are available. RFID Journal LIVE! 2005 is co-produced by Mosaic Media Partners.

About RFID Journal
RFID Journal is the only independent media company devoted solely to radio frequency identification and its many business applications. Our mission is to be the ultimate resource for businesspeople that need to understand how RFID can help their companies boost supply chain efficiencies, reduce inventories, limit theft, improve product availability and add convenience for consumers. RFID Journal serves the needs of businesspeople looking to take advantage of RFID technologies with timely news, strategic analysis, networking opportunities at events and in-depth education.

Contact:
Annie Scully
845-368-0608

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February 10, 2022

FWL Signs Global Software Deal With Samskip

FWL Technologies the leading global provider of integrated software solutions for shipping and logistics operations signed a contract with Samskip a multimodal logistics company with 24 offices around the world. FWL will provide samskip with the latest in web enabled systems that gives Samskip the ability to control their land, air and shipping business from anywhere in the world.

Liverpool, UK (PRWEB) February 10, 2022 -- FWL Technologies Ltd has recently signed a contract with Samskip hf, Iceland to supply a full software and services package. The agreement will provide Samskip with a totally integrated software solution in 2005 for all their shipping and freight forwarding operations.

Samskip, based in Reykjavik, offers transport and transport-related services of all types by air, land and sea. They have experienced constant growth, opening 24 overseas offices and broadening its service portfolio to become a truly international transport company since 1991.

FWL will provide Samskip with the very latest in web-enabled systems that gives Samskip the ability to control their land and shipping business from anywhere on the planet.

A wide selection of functional modules from the FWL FulfillmentSCE product range will enable the seamless transportation of freight right across Samskip’s customer supply chain. The information will be held on a single, integrated database from all their business areas. This will allow Samskip users to produce and manage their operations, from Transport Orders to Bills of Lading – and from Purchase Order to Proof of Delivery: improving efficiency, effectiveness and above all enhancing the service to its customers.

“Samskip has expanded very quickly in recent years and provides a wide variety of top quality freight, shipping and logistics services. Our system will enable them to speed up the administration side of their business as well as to ensure continued growth. Samskip will benefit from real time cargo visibility enabling them to enhance the service to their Customers as well as to monitor and control costs more effectively”, said Paul Griffin, FWL Technologies, CEO.

“Samskip unites the vigour and progressiveness of the new generation with decades of experience and knowledge, an invaluable combination in times of rapid change. The new FWL software system will allow us to increase our customer service and thus maintain our continued progress”, said Knútur Hauksson, President Samskip Iceland – pictured left with Paul Rutter, Project Manager of FWL.

FWL Technologies is the leading supplier of global operational software solutions to the freight industry, shipping industry and large logistics providers. The company offers the most comprehensive, integrated operational software solutions spanning the entire supply chain. An independent company, FWL employs 400 professionals worldwide, with offices in Europe, America, SE Asia and India.

FWL Technologies' product suite, FulfillmentSCE, is unique in offering end-to-end supply chain visibility including intranet and extranet options. The product is used by many of the world's largest freight companies, shipping lines and logistics service providers covering air, sea and land operations.

FulfillmentSCE fully supports multi-user operations across a number of sites in a number of countries. The product utilises Oracle web development tools/ database and runs on a variety of hardware platforms including IBM, HP and SUN, supporting thin client browser access to centralised application and database servers.

For more information, please contact:
Dawn Sephton
Tel: +44 (0) 151 227 5595

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February 01, 2022

Packing Slips and Material Handling Automated by New Labeling Technology

Premier Print’s labeling technology makes parcel material handling easy with Auto Pack List, a patented system to automate packing slips and shipping labels while increasing shipment accuracy and workplace efficiency.

(PRWEB) February 1, 2022 -- Premier Print’s patented Auto Pack List vastly improves warehouse distribution with its automated packing slips and shipping label system. A case study on the system was recently discussed in the November 2004 Print Solutions Magazine.

The Auto Pack List is an industry breakthrough designed to dramatically increase profits while eliminating the manual bottleneck in traditional shipping methods. This innovative labeling system is ideal for high volume warehouse distribution as it can automatically print and apply packing slips and shipping labels on at least 20 variable height boxes per minute.

The Auto Pack List labeling technology improves shipping accuracy and efficiency and eliminates labor by automating manual tasks such as printing packing slips and placing them in plastic sleeves. It outperforms 10 manually operated manifesting stations, allowing labor to be distributed elsewhere.

“All I need is someone to throw a box on a conveyor,” said Bruce Raming, Inventor of the Auto Pack List and sales manager of Premier Print.

The labeling system is controlled by hardware and software that prints and applies a confidential packing list onto the box and then prints and applies a shipping label directly on top of the packing list in real time. The packing list remains confidential even though it is adhered to the outside of the box. The system then scans and verifies both the packing list and the shipping label to ensure they were affixed to the correct carton, utilizing true print and apply automation.

The shipping label has an outer-perimeter adhesive border around a non-adhesive center section that can be easily removed by pulling a die cut zipper. Once the shipping label is removed, the confidential packing slip is exposed. The packing slip is designed similarly to the shipping label and can be easily removed. Paper-only packing lists for record keeping purposes. Static Terms and Conditions can be pre-printed on the back of the shipping label and the packing slip.

The Auto Pack List labeling system intrigued a large, well-known multi-billion dollar computer manufacturer who worked with Raming’s system integrator through a six-month sales cycle. The integrator can combine the system with any end user’s existing software. After installing the system, the manufacturer was able to reassign eight employees per shift per conveyor line to other tasks. Pleased with the results, they immediately placed additional orders for more systems. Raming’s success with this major computer manufacturer has opened doors with similar large sized companies.

“Let me tell you how my life has changed,” Raming said. “Someone says to me they want to buy a million labels. That’s a small order.”

For more information on Auto Pack List packing slip labeling technology, including a six minute CD-ROM video presentation, samples, and ROI analysis, visit www.AutoPackList.com or contact Bruce Raming at 800-648-3677 extension 2713.

About Premier Print
Premier Print is a Chicago-based company that specializes in printing and distribution with unconditional commitment to high quality work and customer satisfaction. They consistently translate new technology into competitive business advantages for their clients. Premier Print has reinvented warehouse distribution with its Auto Pack List system.

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