Hand Held Products makes remote management of Dolphin devices easy

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Mobile Systems Manager and Power Tools available to all customers

Hand Held Products, the global leader in image-based linear and 2D data collection solutions, provides a series of software solutions that simplifies the use and management of its Dolphin series of mobile computers. The expert tools, Mobile Systems Manager and the Power Tools suite, are available to all Hand Held Products' customers.

Mobile Systems Manager (MSM) is a software-based, centralised solution that allows users to remotely manage the Dolphin mobile computers they have in the field. MSM can simultaneously deploy applications, gather device inventory and remotely make real-time configuration changes to all Hand Held Products' devices on a network.

The Power Tools suite is a set of software utilities that simplify development, deployment and management of Dolphin applications, in conjunction with other applications or standalone on Dolphin terminals. The series provides customers with a wide range of important features, such as device information retrieval, user interface customisation and network pinging. It also provides easy access to barcode data from a remote location. In addition, there are utilities for application launch management and device configuration and deployment.

"The initial response to the tools has been great. We are positive these solutions not only benefit our customers greatly, but also offer a significant competitive advantage", said Roel Vreeburg, Hand Held Products' senior vice president international sales, marketing and services for Europe & Asia. "The tools really help our customers to make better use of the Dolphin hand held computers they have in the field, without needing long training sessions as the software is really easy to implement and use."

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