Updating an Older System

Updating an Older System

  • How do I add new devices to an old system?
    Adding new devices to an older, legacy system makes good business sense. With the high cost of maintaining and repairing older scanners, rugged, reliable CipherLab scanners and mobile computers can help extend the useful life of your legacy backend systems.

    Your local system integrator or value added reseller can analyze and evaluate your existing system to integrate new CipherLab devices into your current processes, legacy hardware, and software. CipherLab engineers created Power Suite tools to make integrating CipherLab devices fast and easy.
  • Can I replace Telxon equipment without rebuilding my entire system
    Yes. CipherLab designed the 8021 and 8320 mobile computers with an acoustic modem specifically so you can extend the life of your legacy systems that depend on aging Telxon equipment. Adding CipherLab mobile computers with built in acoustic modems means your customers can work with familiar hardware, and you can continue to use your existing servers and software. The 8021 and 8320 are only available in North America at this time.
  • How do I justify the investment of an updated system?
    Updating a system can be a costly investment, so it needs to return your investment in an acceptable amount of time. But, what should you consider when trying to model your return on investment (ROI)? Updating a system should offer financial incentives from either new functionality or reduced overhead expense.
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