What does "responsive design" even mean?
Responsive design refers to an approach to building webpages and applications that yields the optimal viewing experience, regardless of the device you're using to look at the webpage or application. Responsive design ensures that an application or webpage is legible, and tailored to the nature of the device. Let's use an example: have you ever gone to a website on your smart phone, only for it to look really, really strange? With tiiiiny font and you're constantly having to scroll around and zoom in and out, and every time you click on a link, watch a video, or type something in, it'll zoom allll the way back out again and it's crazy annoying? That website is not responsive. In contrast, check this webpage you're currently viewing out on your smartphone - notice how the font is all a nice, readable size, and it's all very easy to navigate and browse through on your phone. That's because it's responsive, and this, dear reader, is the new industry standard.
How does SkuVault's responsive design help me?
Since SkuVault WMS is responsive, it can be accessed on any device, and still be easy to read and navigate. SkuVault works on any device with an internet connection, including, but not limited to:
- Smart phones
- Other internet capable devices
Other responsive design benefits for SkuVault clients.
SkuVault's able to support multiple options for your warehouse setup due to its responsive nature; do you use laptops attached to carts, with wired barcode scanners? Do your pickers use their iPods and bluetooth wireless barcode scanners? We support those setups, and more! Another benefit of SkuVault's responsive design is that is allows you to be more connected to your warehouse, even when you're away. Be it on vacation, on a business trip, or just out to lunch, you can always take a peak at how your warehouse's doing in your absence on your smart phone.