The relationship means that complete end-to-end, bespoke mobile-data solutions can be delivered – including hardware, software, maintenance, data hosting, management and airtime – all under a single managed service.
This arrangement comes under DA Systems’ newly formed Teaming Agreement which brings DA Systems’ totally bespoke mobile-data solution, NX Framework, together with solution lifecycle services, wide ranging hardware and expert barcode knowledge.
NX Framework enables the rapid development of 100% bespoke, mobile-data applications. The fully managed NX Framework solution is delivered as a managed service to reduce user costs and provides all the benefits of security, resilience and support – alleviating the need for upgrades, extra resources or new infrastructure. It is not tied to any particular brand, model, network or type of device and being bespoke, NX Framework is matched to any vertical market and any business role.
Based in the heart of East Anglia, Barcode Products Ltd comprises a team dedicated to an in-depth knowledge of barcode and mobile systems, technologies and applications.
Paula Bloomfield, business manager for Barcode Products Ltd commented, “DA Systems has an excellent reputation for its software products and with the vertical market independence of NX Framework, this agreement importantly enables us to add additional value and services throughout our existing mobile worker customer base, as well as strengthening our reach into new markets.”
Dave Upton, managing director for DA Systems stated, “I am delighted to be embarking upon this teaming opportunity with Barcode Products Ltd, as we are seeing a rise in the number of businesses, across all markets, which utilise mobile workers – often to gain a competitive edge. Being able to purchase a bespoke, fully managed, end-to-end solution from one supplier, suited for multiple job roles, is an important strategy for businesses that have embraced mobile working. It keeps costs to a minimum and speeds up deployment time – supporting and improving their competitive gains throughout.”