Since being acquired by Google, Motorola is stepping back into the tablet game, at least according to Google’s CEO, Eric Schmidt. In an article on TabTimes covering D: Dive into Mobile, Schmidt reportedly announced that a Motorola “phablet” could be launched to the public “sooner rather than later.”
Retail businesses provide 11% of Moto Solutions’s total annual revenue, as part of the company’s “enterprise” division. So, increasing Moto’s sales to retailers can have a measurable impact on Moto’s growth.
Connecting with customers, enabling associates to become knowledgeable and empowering the IT organization to meet business needs should be the top three priorities of retailers, according to Motorola Solutions.
Three in four retail associates and managers said they provide a better in-store customer experience when equipped with the latest mobile technologies, according to Motorola Solutions’ annual Holiday Shopping Survey.
RBM Technologies, provider of the only retail communications platform that ensures store compliance with fixture-based planograms and localized execution, today announced that its Visual Merchandising ManagerTM (VMM) solution will be available on the new Motorola ET1 Enterprise Tablet.
The ET1 brings the familiarity and popularity of a consumer-class user experience to a true enterprise-class device that includes enhanced durability, an optional barcode scanner and magnetic stripe reader, hot-swappable battery packs, and secure system software.