FL 100: Bouncing Back With Technology

Software, hardware and IT service providers report the food industry is still a strong vertical for them.


WOW Logistics, Appleton, WI
Year founded: 1977        
Number of employees: 145        
Number of food customers: 155              
Solution name(s): WOW has not named any of the technology offerings we have created internally as we offer them at no additional charge to our clients but as part of our service offerings.         
Business benefits: Technology should be used to integrate systems. Data needs to only be entered once but can be accessed numerous times, which improves accuracy, time and saves money.


XATA Corp., Eden Prairie, MN
Year founded: 1985        
Number of employees: 175        
Number of food customers: 60 
Solution name(s): XATANET and XATA Turnpike
Business benefits: Now more than ever, companies need to leverage the benefits technology can provide to not only run a smarter supply chain, but also cut costs and in XATA’s case (and the trucking industry), remain compliant. Aside from reaping the rewards that are critical in the economy-running lean and keeping costs, technology will maintain and maximize productivity.


Zebra Technologies, Vernon Hills, IL
Year founded: 1969        
Number of employees: 3,000    
Number of food customers: <50              
Solution name(s): Zebra mobile and desktop thermal printing solutions including the P4T, RW 420, QL 420 Plus and the Xi series
Business benefits: Bar code labeling of cases to comply with produce traceability initiative—enables faster, less expensive recall management and more efficient inventory management.


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