TabletKiosk Education Series: December 15, 2010
Tablets and mobility are all the rage these days for businesses trying to streamline workflow processes, increase productivity and enhance the guest experience. Many hospitality are exploring how to integrate tablet devices into their daily operations have discovered that navigating these new technological waters is a greater challenge than previously expected. Given the overwhelming recent success of the iPad and the impending releases of additional low cost consumer tablets, that challenge is rapidly becoming even more daunting.
Clearly, there is a strong need for information to help businesses decide which of these new consumer devices, if any, are appropriate for their immediate and long term goals, or whether a traditional, more enterprise focused Tablet PC, while initially more expensive, makes sense from a total cost of ownership perspective.
Join TabletKiosk for a one hour educational webinar to learn how to easily differentiate an enterprise class Tablet PC from a consumer oriented tablet, what considerations must be made to integrate them into your existing infrastructure, and how to quickly determine, based on your unique business goals, which types of these devices will most likely meet your needs.
During this webinar you will learn the following:
Wednesday, December 15 at 11:00am PST
Harold Winkles, Director, Healthcare Solutions
Mr. Winkles has been with TabletKiosk since 2008 and directly oversees all strategic development and sales into the healthcare vertical market. Prior to joining TabletKiosk, Mr. Winkles worked 7 years for Motion Computing representing the same vertical for tablet PC sales, and an additional 3 years selling tablet technology during its infancy stages for a handful of other firms. All told, in addition to his extensive background in the healthcare space, Mr. Winkles has helped educate clients on the benefits of tablet technology for well over a decade.
TabletKiosk is a registered trademark and wholly owned subsidiary of Sand Dune Ventures, Inc. a privately held technology incubator. The company produces enterprise class, slate-style Tablet PCs, Ultra-Mobile PCs and a mobile clinical assistant (MCA) marketed through an authorized reseller channel and directly through the company website.