ZoomSystems, the global leader in automated retail, is announcing the launch of Device Management Centers (DMCs), a solution for IT and mobile asset management that automates the delivery and maintenance of electronic devices and accessories for employees, helping to improve efficiency, reduce costs and manage inventory.
As smartphones, tablets and related accessories become more critical to the enterprise infrastructure, the need for device management systems is on the rise. The global Enterprise Asset Management market is expected to grow from $2.5 billion in 2013 to $4.2 billion in 2019.* ZoomSystems' turnkey program is the first of its kind to support these items with a fully managed end-to-end solution and integrated software platform that provides remote monitoring, real-time connectivity and detailed reporting. DMCs allow clients to manage inventory from a remote location, helping IT teams save time while keeping track of valuable inventory.
By leveraging ZoomSystems' proven technology, DMCs provide a superior user experience that includes an intuitive interface, elegant robotic delivery system and seamless tracking and administration. A touchscreen interface shows users the available products and allows them to select which products they want to be dispensed. The products themselves are stored and dispensed from automated retail machines (ZoomShops), and, for larger items, an integrated locker system. A product scanner ensures that replenishment is fast and simple.
"Providing a solution that supports device management issues is a natural progression for ZoomSystems," said Jack Lawrence, CEO. "Our core competencies are in automating the distribution of physical products, and we are excited to extend our hardware and software solution to provide an efficient and cost effective way of handling asset management."
ZoomSystems has the operational expertise to launch and manage automated retail machines throughout the U.S. and abroad, and provides managed services that include user interface development, systems integration, supply chain management, machine logistics, network monitoring and tech support, and reporting and analytics.