Mar 16, 2017
SATO, a leading global provider of Auto-ID solutions that empowers workforces and streamlines operations will showcase its cutting-edge technologies, which help businesses to unleash the power of the Internet of Things (IoT), at CeBIT 2017.
SATO is an innovative, trusted IoT partner that develops and integrates one-stop solutions to address clients’ unique needs; helping them to understand and embrace the power of data to improve their business processes, growth and results.
SATO will be located at the heart of the Japanese Pavilion at CeBIT, the world’s leading event for the digitalization of business, government and society, taking place in Hannover, Germany, 20-24th March 2017.
Japan is the 2017 CeBIT partner country, and more than 200 Japanese companies are expected to exhibit in the pavilion. Notably, Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzō Abe, and German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, will launch the show in front of 2,000 strategically invited guests.
SATO will be exhibiting with the company slogan of connecting ‘the Last Inch’, which reflects its commitment to bridge the gap between the accurate collection of small data and the IT infrastructure at customers’ business sites. Bridging this seemingly small but indispensable last step allows businesses to unleash the full power of the IoT across their enterprise.
SATO Holdings Director Ikuo Dobashi said a key show objective was to demonstrate how SATO leverages cutting-edge technologies within the IoT to deliver higher profits, improved precision, labour and resource savings and reduced environmental impact.
Mr Dobashi said, “Our integration capabilities enable the automatic identification and collection of data with a quick scan of a barcode or RFID tag. We leverage this core strength of integrating technologies to link accurate small data to people and objects, creating new and exciting possibilities for our customers.
“We will be focusing heavily on our ‘Genbaryoku’ philosophy at CeBIT. We engage partners with a hands-on approach to deliver user friendliness and cost savings through a robust understanding of our customers’ business. It is this collaborative approach that delivers Last Inch efficiencies in their workplace.”
The comprehensive range of SATO solutions that will be on show are used widely across several IoT applications. SATO customers operate in diverse industries including retail, healthcare, automotive and utilities. The company’s international reach for IoT and Big Data solutions is unrivalled, enabling the swift integration of on-site technology and expertise for global businesses.
Key SATO solutions being demonstrated at the show will include DataLase Inline Digital Printing, a high-speed, high resolution, variable data printing solution; Vision Retail Platform, which improves efficiencies and increases sales for retailers; and PJM RFID-enabled Cabinet, a smart inventory management device for critical inventory.
Mr Dobashi said, “We proactively seek out every possible partnership to deliver the best solution for our customer. This is why we elected to demonstrate the true potential of our solutions from around the globe at CeBIT, one of the premier technology events in the world. We look forward to welcoming many potential partners to our stand and starting exciting conversations.”
SATO can be found in Hall 12 at Stand D04 at CeBIT, which runs from 20th to 24th March.