Cipherlab

22F, No. 333, Dunhua S. Rd., Sec. 2, Taipei, Taiwan

http://www.cipherlab.com/

 

COMPANY OVERVIEW:

CipherLab is a world leader in AIDC solutions for a wide range of industries. We specialize in providing turnkey solutions for our clients to deliver utmost efficiency in the business. With years of experience in cooperating side by side to fulfill the needs of market, we are particularly a specialist in Automotive, Security, Healthcare, Asset management, Food manufacturing & processing, and Supply chain with logistics.

 

SERVICES:
• AIDC
• POS Systems
 

PRODUCTS:
• Mobile Computers
• Scanners
• Fixed Terminals
• Software and SDKs

CLIENTS INCLUDE:
• Associated Grocers of the South
• Associated Grocers of Florida
• Nature’s Best
• GEUSA (Mexico)
• Red Blossom Farms
• Pet Supplies “Plus”
• Grocers Supply
• Sterling Stores
• Great Lakes Wholesale & Marketing
• Pinch A Penny

INDUSTRIES SERVED:
• Retail
• Grocery Wholesale
• Agriculture
• Logistics/Supply Chain/Warehouse
• Hospitality
• Field Service
• Healthcare
• General Enterprise

 

TESTIMONIALS:

“CipherLab has done a good job for us. We’ve seen an almost immediate ROI through the simple addition of two- way communication through CipherLab’s 8021 terminals. Another big plus: our store managers really like the system.”
> Ron Burke, vice president, information technology, Associated Grocers of the South

“It’s important to us that our retail customers have a fast, simple experience in ordering our products. By using CipherLab’s handhelds and CipherXpress (software), we can have customers hook right into our electronic shopping cart for nearly instantaneous ordering. It’s given us all the functionality I could have wanted at a fraction of the price I was afraid I’d have to pay.”
> Bob Pero, CEO, Great Lakes Wholesale & Marketing

“We needed a reliable solution that could be rolled out with minimum disruption to our customers’ existing networks. CipherLab delivered the perfect alternative, and really allowed us to put the control for ordering in our customers’ hands.”
> Noel Bostick, IT operations manager, Associated Grocers of Florida