Learn from our successful installs. What best practices to follow for a Wi-Fi network that works in complex warehouse environments.
How do you improve Wi-Fi in your warehouse?
If you’re having Wi-Fi issues affecting your warehouse production, then you’ll want to download this free PDF for best practices that stop the loss of productivity.
I’ve walked into warehouses and have seen frustrated pickers who were unable to do their job because of bad Wi-Fi.
Scanners rely 100% on good Wi-Fi. Some of the most common symptoms of poor Wi-Fi experience include:
- Dropped connection
- Slow Wi-Fi
- Freezing applications
- RF interference
- Coverage holes
These issues lead to an increase in the number of help desk tickets. Warehouse operations isn’t able to meet their shipment schedules and deadlines because of bad Wi-Fi.
If you want to improve your warehouse operational goals, productivity, and overall performance, download this free PDF for Wi-Fi Best Practices in Warehouses.
These Wi-Fi best practices will help improve user productivity by lowering or eliminating the number of IT requests made. As a result, IT can focus on projects which can help grow the business.
We’ve created these best practices for warehouse Wi-Fi based on previous designs and troubleshooting events. In the end, we were able to bring warehouses back to full operation and help move inventory quickly.