Motorola launches new retail and field mobility products in Australia

Motorola has launched two new mobility-focused products on the Australian market.


The Motorola MT2000-series of mobile terminals, which won the CeBIT.AU Advanced Retail Technology award, is claimed to be among the industry’s first hybrid inventory management and point-of-sale (PoS) devices to give small-to-medium companies in the manufacturing, retail, warehouse, healthcare and supply chain industries a more affordable way to manage stock information while doubling as a PoS terminal.


Customers can use the new devices to scan available stock, keep track of existing inventories, and provide a seamless checkout service at the till.


The other device, which was shortlisted in the CeBIT.AU Excellence in Communications category, is the Motorola MC75A. With its variety of communications options, the Motorola MC75A allows mobile workers to stay in the field longer without losing access to their corporate information, be it a SAP system, database or e-mail.


The MC75A combines 3.5G voice with full-featured wireless (802.11 a/b/g) functionality, a long-life battery and robust design, making it more versatile than a smart phone and more portable than a laptop, giving workers access to real-time information and data capture that allows them to make informed decisions quickly.  




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