New Software From Columbus Makes it Easy to Collect Data From Mobile Devices

Columbus’ New Software Solution Data Collection Studio 2013 Provides Remote Access to Business Systems Using Handheld and Mobile Devices. The Solution is Built to Meet the Needs of Manufacturers, Retailers and Distributors

COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Feb. 22, 2013 — Today the
international consultancy Columbus launches Data Collection Studio
2013: A new software solution tailored to manufacturers, retailers and
distributors. The solution is part of Columbus Supply Chain Solutions,
which helps companies support and simplify warehousing and logistics.

Connect mobile devices directly to business systems

Data Collection Studio 2013 integrates fully with a company’s business
system and gives remote access to many standard business system
capabilities, such as inbound and outbound logistics and warehouse
management.

Data Collection Studio 2013 enables warehouse and manufacturing workers
to register transactions such as receiving goods on handheld (PDA’s) or
mobile devices, and as soon as the information is registered, it
becomes available company-wide. This way, Data Collection Studio 2013
ensures fast, cost effective data collection from remote locations,
which boosts efficiency in supply chain execution.

Exceptional user experience and text-to-speech technology

"We have built Data Collection Studio 2013 to help companies take
people and processes to the next level of effectiveness–without any
technology acceptance challenges. For that reason, the solution is very
user friendly. We have designed the solution to deliver an excellent,
productive user experience. It offers a Windows 8 style interface and
text-to-speech technology to be highly convenient and practical for
workers," says Global Industry Director Guido van Osch.

Data Collection Studio 2013 runs on Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 and can
be tailored a company’s specific needs and challenges.

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