Versatile Mobile Systems Breaks Revenue Growth Record

Barcoding Inc.’s mobile solutions provider Versatile Mobile Systems had a highly successful year in 2017, with its best-ever year-over-year growth in revenue hitting double digits. Our acquisition of the firm in April saw it gain more than 200 new customers and raise its staff numbers by 6 percent, and then it saw its highest revenue-grossing quarter in four years in the fourth quarter of 2017.

Versatile Mobile Systems was founded in 1993, and it is known for making data mobile with equipment like ruggedized handheld computers, scanners, printers, and Wi-Fi infrastructure for warehouses. The firm boasts clients of all varieties and sizes, who keep coming back for its innovative mobile solutions and excellent service.

The company’s Lynnwood, Washington-based technical teams is skilled at designing strategies for selecting devices and deploying solutions that work seamlessly with their particular business and operational requirements. It is little wonder, then, that many of the firm’s customers have been with them for more than two decades. Versatile Mobile Solutions also offers high-quality services for life cycle management. Our acquisition helped the firm improve its offerings in the RFID world.

What Is Next for VMS?

Versatile Mobile Systems’ Director, Andrew Lynch, said in a press release that he was “thrilled” with the company’s results and that he looked forward to having a successful 2018. He also said that clients will receive their equipment more quickly moving forward as the firm has increased its buying power. After being in business for almost 25 years, their knowledge and experience is a valuable addition to our our offerings.

What is next for this innovative company? They envision further growth in leasing trade-in programs and equipment rental. On top of that, their suite of software, which includes Versatile DEX for Android, is noting surging demand thanks to partnerships with Zebra and Honeywell.

This blog post was based off of an article from Versatile Mobile Systems. View the original here.

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