Mobile Printing

Print materials on demand, when and where you need them, improve efficiency and accuracy and increase customer satisfaction with Zebra's innovative mobile printing solutions. Zebra offers a wide range of mobile printing solutions that are ideal for a number of applications and industries. Use mobile printing in a warehouse or on the retail sales floor to speed up processes and improve labelling accuracy. Arm your workers with rugged, durable mobile printers to allow for payment processing, invoice and receipt printing, or labelling in the field.

White Papers

  • ZebraLink™ Solutions for Enhancing Zebra® Printer Business Integration

    This white paper introduces the ZebraLink software, firmware, and connectivity components, and shows how to maximize performance and value from Zebra printers.

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  • Bar Code Printing from Oracle® WMS and MSCA

    This white paper describes both the XML middleware and XML direct-connect bar code printing options for Oracle WMS and MSCA offered by Zebra Technologies, explains Oracle’s output methods for each, and provides guidance as to when each approach is best suited to a particular environment.

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  • Selecting the Right Label to Identify Your Finished Product, White Paper, Source File

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  • Yard Management – An Operator's Perspective

    The implementation of a yard management system (YMS) must result in operational excellence and bring value to the operation. This paper reviews the major segments of the yard and discusses key points that should be considered when making a YMS decision.

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  • Barcode Labeling in the Lab—Closing the Loop of Patient Safety

    Errors occur on approximately 1 percent of hospital lab samples, and sample identification errors cause nearly 161,000 adverse health events in the U.S. each year according to various studies. This white paper explains how bar code sample tracking can improve patient safety and lab efficiency.

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  • Aerospace and Defense Industry: Best Practices in Tracking Flight Line Equipment

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  • Patient Safety Applications of Bar Code and RFID Technologies

    Bar code solutions are being deployed in a variety of healthcare applications, including producing hospital wristbands and labeling for pharmaceutical unit-dose medications, lab and pathology specimens, and more. Bar codes can be matched with radio frequency identification (RFID) tags to create two-tiered identification, resulting in more robust point of care, patient-specific medical media, and equipment usage with greater efficiency.

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  • Aerospace and Defense Industry: Reducing Cycle Times and Costs in Work in Process Management

    In Aerospace and Defense environments, the longer work stays in process, the longer the field has to wait for necessary equipment. Tracking Work in Process (WIP) is critical, yet the traditional way is challenging – managing it manually with clipboards and spreadsheets. This approach severely limits visibility into the status of WIP, and slows down the delivery of the equipment to the field.

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  • Selecting Thermal Paper Mobile App White Paper, A4

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  • Managing Printers for Maximum Reliability, Performance and Value

    The ease with which thermal printers can be managed has one of the biggest impacts on the value they provide. This white paper shows how thermal printer support features affect printing and printer support operations, explains different IT management options for thermal printers, and presents tools for measuring printer support costs.

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  • When is it Time to Replace Your Printer Battery? Before it's Too Late.

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  • Safety and Asset Management in Smarter Process Industries: How Real-time Location and Identification Can Change the Game in the Search for a Zero-Injury Workplace

    This white paper illustrates the role of location and identification technologies for personnel safety. It argues that the technology represents a game-changer in the practice of safety in the workplace. In addition, the technology is part of a broader approach for smarter industries that simultaneously enhance safety, visibility and asset management.

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  • Barcoding Hospital Pharmacies Patient Safety Source File Global

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  • Selecting the Right Label to Identify Your Finished Product, White Paper

    Product identification labels are a critical mechanism for maintaining compliance, ensuring brand consistency, improving operational efficiency, and supporting business growth. To reduce your risk of non-compliance to government and industry mandates, it is critical that the labels you utilize are readable and scannable when they leave your operation and throughout the products safe and appropriate use and disposal.

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  • How Barcodes and RFID Deliver Value to Manufacturing and Distribution

    Manufacturers depend on a well-coordinated chain of events to make their operations work effectively. In addition, mail order fulfillment and distribution companies unable to provide information with their products increasingly find themselves at a disadvantage versus their competitors.

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  • Control Access and Protect Assets with Print-on-Demand Intelligent ID Cards

    Fraud and theft are constant threats to any organization, and the protections put in place against malicious activities must constantly evolve. This white paper defines how human resources and security departments can print intelligent ID cards to identify employees, visitors and patrons, and manage access to facilities, equipment, and services through a range of “intelligent” access card technologies.

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  • Selecting the Right Label to Identify Your Finished Product, White Paper, A4

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  • Bar Coding 101...What You Need to Know

    Manufacturing companies have been using bar coding in shipping and receiving operations for more than 30 years.

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  • Lift Consumer loyalty with Mobile Queue Busting Source File

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  • Zebra Bar Code Solution for Oracle® Retail Store Inventory Management

    Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management provides a flexible label-printing architecture through Oracle Business Intelligence, and the ZebraLink™ Enterprise Connector enables you to comply with your customer-labeling requirements. This white paper elaborates on the configuration of Oracle Retail Returns and Shelf Labeling standards using Zebra Technologies’ bar code printer products.

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  • It’s All in the Wrist: Improving Patient Safety with Bar Code Wristbands

    There are many ways to benefit from bar coded patient wristbands and take advantage of the accuracy and conveniences that bar coding provides. Bar coded patient wristbands can help healthcare facilities comply with The Joint Commission National Patient Safety Goals today, while positioning them for dramatic safety and quality improvements enabled by complementary systems. Quality care begins with quality wristbands.

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  • Simplify Label Printing for High Reliability, Performance and Value

    This white paper reveals the impact of inefficient solutions on thermal printing operations and shows how an optimized, integrated printing solution delivers improved reliability, efficiency and cost value.

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  • Zband Lab Test Direct Thermal Antimicrobial Wristband White Paper

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  • Inventory Is The Store: How Mobility Maximizes Return on Investment

    The Key to improving inventory management is meeting your inventory where it lives on the shelves. Price management applications help retailers manage product, pricing, and promotions by applying controls driven by analytics. This is achieved through mobile printing and computing enabled by inventory management software, wireless networks, mobile hardware, and sound processes

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  • RTLS 101 - What it is and Why You Need It

    In business, knowledge is power, and with it comes efficiency, productivity, safety, and profits. Real Time Locating Systems (RTLS) provide this knowledge by delivering precise visibility of critical assets—supply chain, manufacturing, and human, in real-time.

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  • CENTRALIZED DEVICE MANAGEMENT HELPS DRIVE BUSINESS EFFICIENCIES
    Improve device security, availability and cost-effectiveness

    With the increasing proliferation of mobile devices, each requiring its own unique provisioning, configuration, and reporting requirements, businesses face enormous challenges ensuring consistency and control over connected devices. IT is responsible for purchasing, setting up, and maintaining mobile devices, including printers and other peripherals. IT must ensure that these devices deliver the highest availability so users can run their applications and business operations smoothly.

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  • Drive Value Across Your Supply Chain with Chip-Based RFID Serialization

    To provide deep visibility, a growing number of enterprises are leveraging item-level radio frequency identification (RFID) due to its affordability, ease of deployment, and ability to deliver Electronic Product Codes (EPCs) outside the line of sight.

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  • Zband Lab Test Direct Thermal Antimicrobial Wristband White Paper, A4

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  • Benefiting From Bedside Specimen Labeling

    Sample identification errors lead to more than 160,900 adverse events for patients in U.S. hospitals each year and cost hospitals an average of $200,000 to $400,000 annually. This white paper explains how using mobile bar code printers to label specimens at the bedside prevents mistakes, improves patient safety and helps meet JCAHO requirements.

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  • Barcode-Based Patient Safety Initiatives in Hospital Pharmacies

    Hospital Pharmacies should review their organization’s labeling needs in light of The Joint Commission requirements, ASHP recommendations, and patient safety goals. Barcode control systems for medication dispensing and administration provide proven safety benefits and can be developed independently of larger and more expensive CPOE and EMR programs. Pharmacists can lead bar code-based patient safety initiatives by developing a comprehensive program that ensures all forms of medication are bar coded at the unit-dose level. This white paper will help develop a practical strategy by outlining the relevant issues and opportunities.

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