Lexicon Tech Solutions Sponsors High School Volleyball Team
Lexicon is pleased to announce a GOLD level sponsorship for the Social Circle High School girls volleyball team. Sponsorship funds are used for everything from travel expenses and new equipment to purchasing healthy snacks for the players before a match.
Searching for a New or Refurbished ZEBRA ZT or QLn Series Printer?
If you’re currently seeking refurbished Zebra ZT or QLn printers, we invite you to talk to us about our repair and maintenance plans that can help extend the life and use of your current devices.
Lexicon Adds 25,000 SF of New Warehouse Space
Lexicon Tech Solutions, an ISO 9001:2015 certified facility, recently added an additional 25,000 s.f. of space to the company's Conyers, GA based repair and storage facility.
Guest Blog from Six15: Improve Pick Rates without Breaking the Bank
As an intense sense of urgency drives warehousing and supply chain leaders forward, speed to adoption is critical in the decision-making process.
NEW! Lexicon Introduces Alphanumeric Version of The Popular LE45 Android Handheld Scanner
Lexicon Tech Solutions, a nationwide leader in maintenance and repair services for rugged mobile computers, barcode scanners, and label printers recently announced the addition of an alphanumeric version of their rugged Android LE45 handheld scanner.
NEW! A SNEAK PEEK AT THE ALPHANUMERIC LE45 UPGRADE FROM LEXICON
A behind-the-scenes look at the Lexicon LE45 rugged handheld scanner now with alphanumeric keypad. Available April 2022.
Lexicon Tech Solutions invests in 21 GBS across three separate connections
Lexicon recently invested in expanding the company’s bandwidth with a purchase of three gigabites of internet bandwidth across three separate connections.
LE45 Asset Management package
We’ve partnered with Mobility System Solutions to bring you the Wizard Asset Relief Manager–a bundled asset management package solution.
WARNING: What you're about to learn is shocking
According to the ESD Association, it only takes 100 of volts of electricity to harm electronic components. Yet each of us create thousands of volts through everyday movements.