Can your printer keep up
with the speed of business?
Mobile printing improves business workflow efficiency and productivity. With the increasingly competitive and efficient warehouse, manufacturing, and retail environments, the M4L2 delivers measurable ROI in worker productivity, errors reduction, and best-of-practice operations streamlining.
Law enforcement departments around the world use portable printers to issue parking citations. Studies show a boost in revenue when using mobile printers due to accurate, readable citations.
Direct Store Delivery
Issuing a receipt on site when delivering goods or services eliminates errors and saves time. Customers sign and receive a printed receipt immediately instead waiting for an invoice to arrive in the mail. The M4L2 has a dual antenna for better connectivity and a battery that will last all day in the field.
Pick Tickets and Printing from a Forklift
Improve your bottom line by increasing efficiency. Mobile printing and the ability to work on the go has become the expectation and the warehouse is no exception. The M4L2 offers a high-performance radio module with Dual-Antenna Technology, best-in-class battery life and rugged design. The printer can be customized for your specific application by choosing from a large assortment of accessories including a forklift mount.
Mobile printing is an important tool when line busting in restaurants, concerts, retail and more. Customers are able to receive a receipt on-site, in real time. Customers are happy and productivity is improved.
Choosing the Right Label Material
Choosing the right printer is only part of the success of your applications. Are your labels going to be stored outside ? Do they need to be water resistant or do you need an RFID tag? Genuine Printronix Supplies will work with you to identify the right labeling materials for your needs and make sure you’re getting it at the most cost effective price available.
Customer Success Stories
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