US-based Honeywell has unveiled a mobile computer, Dolphin CT40, to enable retailers to enhance productivity and streamline operations in stores.
Dolphin CT40 mobile computer is a full-touch, Android device that allows sales associates to assist customers in searching for products, accessing loyalty rewards programme information and other value-added services such as with online order pickup.
Using the device, retailers can manage inventory, point of sale, marketing display set-up, as well as provide support for click-and-collect services with online order pickup.
The company designed the CT40 mobile computer using its Mobility Edge platform, a combination of hardware architecture and a set of software tools.
It supports four Android versions and helps retailers to save time and costs associated with configuring and maintaining mobility solutions across stores.
The company has also launched a handheld barcode scanner, Xenon XP, for retailers with a high volume of scanning tasks. It is available in cordless, corded or battery-free models.
Xenon XP is designed to capture data from both 1D and 2D barcodes and is suitable for point of sale, stockroom and registry tasks.
Honeywell productivity products business president Peter Howes said: “With the CT40, Xenon XP and Honeywell’s Mobility Edge platform, we can give our customers the technology they need to drive conversion rates.
“Our new suite of mobile, connected solutions is helping retailers increase efficiency, streamline operations and obtain better data about their operations in order to address increasing logistics costs and high employee turnover rates.”
Honeywell offers retailers a range of solutions such as label printers, RFID technology and other labour management systems to manage inventory and improve efficiency.