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Motorola Malaysia addresses SMB needs

AvantiKumar | Feb. 9, 2012
Communications solutions provider Motorola launches MC2011 series to offer industrial quality mobile solutions to Malaysian retail, manufacturing and supply chain businesses.

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PHOTO - Motorola MC2100 CE.


Malaysian small and medium businesses are included in the target groups for communications solutions provider Motorola's new MC2011 series solutions.

Motorola Solutions Malaysia channel sales lead Felix Chin said the company's vertical solutions portfolio has been strengthened with the new MC2011 value-tier series, which would help small and medium businesses (SMBs), especially in the retail, manufacturing and logistics sectors.

"The MC2011 series combines all the benefits of compact feature-rich mobile computers and ergonomics to deliver high performance mobile computing," said Chin. "It is primarily developed as a compelling solution to meet the mobile enterprise needs of a fast-growing cost-sensitive segment of Asian enterprises who increasingly want new technology options to improve their operational efficiency and global competitiveness. The MC2100 series expands the company's range further, and is designed for small-to-medium-sized businesses."

He said the MC2100 came in five configurations that included three different scan engines, as well as options for batch, WLAN (wireless local area network) connectivity, and vertical-specific accessories.

"Motorola's MC2100 mobile computing series is expected to ship in the first quarter of 2012," said Chin. "We have drawn on our knowledge and innovation leadership and combined it with the feedback from our customers to design this new MC2100 series that will help them improve their business efficiency. With the MC2100 series, even the more price-sensitive small and medium enterprises will be able to effectively make the necessary investments to mobilise their workers and explore new ways to improve on their competitive advantage and profitability in their increasingly competitive industry verticals."


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