"Our partnership with Mobile Epiphany is a part of our ongoing program to offer customers innovative software solutions," said
GammaTech's all-in-one, mobile devices are built to Military Standard 810G for drop, shock and spill resistance to withstand harsh environments. The Touch Mobile application suite is a highly versatile business process and asset management software that is used to increase the efficiency, accountability and ROI of businesses. Combined, they make an excellent resource for mobile workforces within a broad range of industries to upgrade to a paperless and wireless system. Touch Mobile works tightly with the built-in features of the Durabook hardware including the camera, barcode scanner and wireless connectivity.
"We are proud to add GammaTech to Mobile Epiphany's roster of hardware partners," said
For more information about Mobile Epiphany's Touch Mobile for Windows, please visit http://www.mobileepiphany.com/oss/windows/.
For more information, please visit GammaTech at www.gammatechusa.com.
About Mobile Epiphany
Mobile Epiphany rapidly creates enterprise-class, business process, mobile solutions from its own unique platform that improves workflow and productivity across a wide variety of industries, including: healthcare, government, military, manufacturing, construction, public safety, utilities, and more. Mobile Epiphany's "Rapid Application Configuration" virtually eliminates the costly and risky software development lifecycle for a company's mobility projects. Touch Mobile is available on Windows, Android, and iOS operating systems.
For more information, please visit Mobile Epiphany at www.mobileepiphany.com.
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