Mesa, AZ, November 14, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Unwired Revolution will attend NRF Retail’s Big Show in January 2015 debuting RemoteLink, a bi-directional data delivery solution designed to simplify and optimize business operations. Unwired RemoteLink is the ideal replacement for RemoteWare and other data transfer solutions providing an advanced and affordable solution for moving data between corporate and store systems. During the show, retailers can experience first-hand how easily RemoteLink automates and monitors the flow of operational data.
“With SAP’s recent end-of-maintenance announcement for RemoteWare, Retail’s Big Show provides a perfect opportunity for impacted customers to see the path forward,” said Unwired Revolution Founder and CEO Rob Lowery. “As a longtime SAP partner, having worked with RemoteWare since its inception, we are pleased to deliver a significantly better solution at a substantially lower cost - a winning combination that positions both our customers and our organization for long-term success.”
Retailers and restaurant operators may schedule exclusive one-on-one appointments or may visit booth #1150 for a live RemoteLink demonstration.
Since the general availability announcement of RemoteLink in August 2014, more than a dozen retailers, ranging from 500 to more than 10,000 stores, are currently at various stages of transitioning to RemoteLink.
To learn more about gaining operational efficiency without complexity, visit unwiredremotelink.com.
About Unwired Revolution
Unwired Revolution, a leading software provider and systems integrator, specializes in architecting, developing and implementing enterprise strategies and solutions to optimize operations for mobile and distributed systems. With more than 18 years experience, we focus on technologies designed to secure and manage corporate assets, efficiently deliver data and content, and enable effective process automation. Unwired Revolution delivers tailored and flexible solutions to organizations nationwide, in a variety of industries, including: retail/restaurants, consumer products, manufacturing, healthcare, supply-chain/distribution, and utilities.