APP for inventory with handheld scanner and smartphone

APP for inventory with handheld scanner and smartphone

With a new one APP simplified and accelerated IMS Inventory and Inventory: IMSWARE.APP Inventory combines mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets with mobile handheld scanners into a handy and powerful tool.

IMSWARE.APP Inventory is a capture and matching tool that works closely with the main system IMSWARE is networked. In this, users create inventories using defined workflows for inventory and inventory, which are transferred as a template to the mobile device. The workflow is then largely automatic. All that is necessary is that the mobile terminal is connected to the handheld scanner.

If IMSWARE.APP Inventory is started, the APP the template and guides the user through the working day. The processes are predominantly controlled by a scanner, the system automatically recognizes rooms based on the barcode and can also distinguish between these and inventory or facilities. So smartphone and tablet can usually remain in the bag and only the scanner for the inventory or inventory must be operated.

Ads on the device guide the user through each step data collection - With the help of predefined templates, new objects can be newly recorded and evaluated with minimal data entry. This simplifies the recording process, saves time and, thanks to the same process, provides more security for consistent data. And should no hand scanner be available on site, the integrated camera of the smartphone or tablet PC can be used. But then the device can not stay in your pocket.

IMSWARE.APP Inventory is now available for all mobile devices running the iOS, Android and Windows 10 Mobile operating systems.

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