Momote launches application on the Casio range of handheld terminals

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Mobile software specialist Momote has announced that its newly launched mobile technology business is now fully supported on the range of handheld terminals from Casio.

The Casio range of handheld terminals offers versatility and reliability to the mobile worker. For example, the DT-X8 with an IP67 rating, drop tested to 3 metres and a battery life of 25 hours, is one of the most rugged terminals available today. The DT-X8 is ideal for warehouse applications. Using the Casio IT-800 for 'on-the-road' deliveries, end users such as Transport & Logistics companies will benefit as a result of Momote's offering a unique pay-as-you-go proposition. This allows them to be able to send job details to their mobile workforce whilst they are in the road with no contract. The return on investment is very fast with no long term risk.

Users will be able to use the application to process payment upon delivery, have real time interaction with their fleet and will also even have the ability to photograph delivered goods in situ, proving that they were delivered on time and undamaged.

Graham Whistance, Managing Director of said: "We're delighted to be working with one of the biggest names in the global electronics industry. Casio's devices are used across a range of industry sectors and we expect our application to add significant value, delivering efficiencies and cost savings."

Guy Boxall, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Casio Electronics, explains "Our partnership with Momote brings together the best mobile devices on the market with a very comprehensive software solution. Together, this brings significant gains in efficiency in delivery, logistics and service with a competitive Total Cost of Ownership".
The combination of the Casio hardware and Momote software is a cross platform solution being compatible with any back office system. It comes with free support and maintenance provided by Momote in the UK.

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