Many field service agents whether they are delivering packages, reading utility meters or writing parking tickets struggle daily with mobile printing technology that does not meet their needs. Slow connectivity, interfaces that are not user friendly and temperature sensitivity are just a few of the problems encountered. Zebra Technologies took these issues into consideration when designing the new ZQ500 mobile printer series. These mobile printers were designed with a rugged form factor that can handle extreme temperatures and drops; and state-of-the-art connectivity features were built in to ensure strong and consistent internet signal.

The ZQ500 series printers also come with some of the best-in-class accessory packages to customize your device to best fit your business needs. Zebra Technologies built this thermal printer with vertical and horizontal printing capability and center-loading media lock for variable media width to make it a multi-functional device.

These mobile devices are most often used by governmental agencies for e-citations/ticketing and in transportation and logistics for activities such as: field sales/service receipts, invoice and report printing, direct-store-delivery (DSD) receipts, label printing, utility readings and much more. This device can keep your staff in the field rather than within your four walls, increasing productivity and customer service levels.

To learn more about the ZQ500 series printers from Zebra Technologies or other any hardware products contact Datex experts today at 800.933.2839, www.datexcorp.com or at marketing@datexcorp.com.

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