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System ID Welcomes “Internet of Things” Thought Leaders to 2013 Barcode Technology Summit

October 31, 2013

Zebra Technologies’ Grant Miller to give keynote address on how companies can connect any device to the cloud to improve supply chain operations.

Plano, Texas (PRWEB) October 31, 2013

The "Internet of Things" (IoT) is changing the face of barcoding. Zebra Technologies’ Senior Business Development Manager Grant Miller will explain this and more during a keynote address of the System ID 2013 Barcode Technology Summit on Nov. 11 at the Gaylord Texan Resort in Grapevine, Texas.

Miller will address how companies are using new devices to significantly improve their supply chain operations, while also detailing new solutions Zebra has launched to manage devices via the Cloud. These solutions include Zatar, the first of its kind enterprise-level IoT solution that Zebra recently introduced.

"The barcode is one of the many existing important building blocks of an IoT solution. We are excited to partner with System ID and have a meaningful dialogue around how organizations can use emerging technologies to take advantage of the opportunities that an increasingly connected environment provides," Miller said. "Zebra is committed to providing exciting solutions that enable our customers to realize the benefits of IoT, and we are looking forward to connecting with industry peers to continue this important conversation."

Hundreds of small and medium-sized businesses from throughout the country are expected to attend the Barcode Technology Summit and learn about the latest barcode and RFID trends from pacesetters in the industry.

"Grant and his colleagues at Zebra truly have their fingers on the pulse of data collection technologies," said Tom O’Shea, president for System ID. "They embraced the growing importance of devices and have been pioneers in our industry as they solve challenges and make deployments easier. We look forward to hearing Grant bring this expertise to the Barcode Technology Summit."

The summit is geared toward companies in the manufacturing, warehouse, logistics, supply chain, retail and transportation industries. An expanded and improved exhibition hall will show barcoding applications in action, with mock settings including a warehouse demonstrating how technology can be used to transform attendees’ businesses processes.

Registration for the event costs $75 through Oct. 31. On Nov. 1, the price rises to $149. Hotel rooms are available at the Gaylord Texan Resort for those needing overnight accommodation. For more information about the Summit and to register, visit http://www.systemid.com/barcode-technology-summit. Follow the conversation on Twitter at #barcodesummit.

About Zebra Technologies

A global leader respected for innovation and reliability, Zebra Technologies Corporation (NASDAQ: ZBRA) offers products and solutions that give a virtual voice to an organization’s assets, people and transactions, enabling organizations to unlock greater business value. The company’s extensive portfolio of marking and printing technologies, including RFID and real-time location solutions, illuminates mission-critical information to help customers take smarter business actions. For more information about Zebra’s solutions, visit http://www.zebra.com and follow @ZebraTechnology.

About System ID

With more than 30 years of experience helping customers improve productivity and profitability, System ID is the nation’s leading provider of barcoding products and solutions for small and medium-sized business. Customers rely on System ID’s unsurpassed product knowledge and consultative approach to guide them during every step of the way, from automating manual processes to scaling existing systems and optimizing environments with the latest technology. Headquartered in Plano, Texas, System ID employs more than 50. For more information, visit http://www.systemid.com and follow @SystemID.

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