Datalogic Mobile makes an important news announcement: the new On Line Order system is now active, which offers the company’s Partners numerous benefits aiming at flexibility and innovation.

Bologna, Italy, 27 May 2009 - Straightforward, quick and precise, these are the features of the new On Line Order system of Datalogic Mobile, a company of Datalogic Group: an innovative approach to order management with which the company responds and anticipates the requirements of its Partners in terms of the self-service management of interactive services, guaranteeing availability 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

With the aim to offer constantly up-to-date and cutting edge services, Datalogic Mobile has indeed implemented an innovative approach to managing orders. This new service derives from the growing need of its Partners to avail of a self-service and interactive order management system. The new on line order system is part of the recently announced "New Value Channel Program". The service is accessed with a simple click of the mouse within the new EASEOFSERVICE on line tool: it takes just a few seconds to place an order and receive information in real time!

And that's not all! Datalogic Mobile offers each Partner the possibility to choose among special offers or individual items, saving time and reducing paperwork.
What's more, each Partner can check its own "Price List" and continue working, generating new orders with another simple click of the mouse.

So what benefits does this new on line order system offer? First and foremost, all the information is available in real time thanks to a direct connection to the company management system - SAP. For example, the delivery date is immediately available, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Other benefits are offered by the increased flexibility and some important options that the system provides. Each Partner can create a new address to forward the shipment directly to the end customer, request different delivery dates for the various items listed in the order, request a number of deliveries to be grouped into one single shipment and add notes to each item of the order.