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Zebra unveils healthcare solutions at GITEX

Solutions firm to demo mobility, cloud, IoT offerings

Zebra unveils healthcare solutions at GITEX
Kajaria: We focus on healthcare.

ZEBRA Technologies is looking to focus on the healthcare vertical with its offerings to do with mobility, cloud and the Internet of Things (IoT) at this year’s GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK. The company offers products and solutions that provide real-time visibility into organisations’ digital assets, people and transactions.

Zebra is showing off its barcode and RFID technology expertise that it gleaned from its recent acquisition of Motorola Solutions. This, the company hopes, is helping to position the company strongly in smart mobile computing and IoT for the enterprise. The combined organisations now offer integrated visibility and connectivity solutions for the retail, healthcare, manufacturing, and transportation and logistics industries.

Zebra is also using this year’s show to unveil mobile and compact desktop printer solutions for the Middle East, along with applications targeting the region’s growing healthcare sector.

The new product line-up includes the first desktop printer to be designed for sterile environments — Zebra’s full line-up of disinfectant-ready healthcare printers are complemented by the recently launched QLn mobile solutions for specimen collection, and wristband printers, as part of an ongoing commitment to improve patient safety in healthcare operations.

“Zebra is committed to providing innovative technologies from smart printers to real-time tracking technologies to help organisations gain better visibility into their operations, which resonates across all sectors in the region,” says Pratik Kajaria, Territory Manager, Middle East, Zebra.

“Our key sector in the GCC is healthcare and with a particular emphasis on the UAE and Saudi Arabia,” he adds.

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