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Box Technologies are the UK’s leading provider of customer interface technology solutions, within six core market sectors: Retail, Hospitality, Finance, Public Sector, Utilities, Transportation and Logistics.
Today’s consumer is more demanding of service and information than ever and the public sector can gain great benefit from the use of customer interface technology.
Digital Signage provides a unique opportunity to communicate dynamically with your customers and staff over multiple site locations. Our EPoS Technologies are used daily to manage and attain vital revenue through local council office payment desks. The public sector market is also seeing an increase in demand in Self Service Payment or Self Service Information Kiosks to assist in improving local information.
As an example of the interface technology that can improve your work force productivity, the recently launched Motion CL900 is an enterprise ready robust tablet PC with a flexible feature set that enables the access and utilisation of data for the mobile field worker.
The tablet enables users to take advantage of connected applications while also supporting uninterrupted productivity in remote or disconnected areas. It combines a rugged design and robust solution set with the connectivity and portability of a tablet that is designed and built for enterprise mobility within a range of business applications.
Advanced durability, connectivity and mobility features are included within a device that weighs only just over 2 lbs, and is little more than ½ inch in depth. Its battery works for up to 8 hours on one full charge, giving all-day uninterrupted productivity. An IP-52 rated exterior protects against dust, moisture and other elements and Corning(R) Gorilla(R) Glass provides added durability and scratch resistance.
Optional integrated Gobi 3000 mobile broadband with GPS, 802.11 a/b/g/n WLAN, Bluetooth 3.0, and a wireless SIM port provide a range of advanced communications protocols.
Running Microsoft Windows 7 and powered by the “Oak Trail” Intel Atom processor, the CL900 balances power, performance and battery life. The new Intel Atom processor is specifically designed for tablet PCs and mobile workflows that require a balance of productivity and battery life.
The unique design of the CL900 offers multiple optional features and connectivity ports to improve functionality for a variety of different uses. Documentation and expansion features include front and rear-facing cameras to support video conferencing, and has a full complement of ports including USB, SD Card, audio and video.
A unique countertop docking station optimises the CL900 for touch input and adds a simple and easy way to integrate peripherals, while a variety of cases and straps accommodate multiple usage patterns.
“The feature rich CL900 offers an exciting opportunity for applications in a wide range of mobile enterprise environments and field based applications with its lightweight yet durable form-factor”, said Dave Dooley, Sales & Marketing Director, Box. “It is a product which enhances our extensive suite of customer facing technologies improving our ability to provide solutions across a range of challenging operating environments”.
“Box has played a critical role as Motion has expanded its position as the leading provider of slate tablet PCs worldwide,” said Nigel Owens, VP of worldwide sales for Motion. “As a premier Motion value-added distributor, and with its history of excellent customer service and support, Box is an ideal partner to launch the exciting new Motion CL900 in the UK & Ireland.”
Our Solutions are produced and backed by the support and infrastructure of the world’s leading hardware suppliers, and incorporate application software from some of the best developers in the business. Solutions provided by Box Technologies will enhance your business, maximise your return on investment and bring the best in customer interface technology that is available.
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