The DataHand ergonomic keyboard:
These Internal Rate of Return calculations do not include workers’ compensation savings, which are found to be
roughly $100,000 per year for a typical customer site of 300 employees. Productivity based IRR of 100% equals pay-off of the investment within one year.
Fernandez/Stanford University Analysis of USPS productivity data shows a ten percent fatigue-related performance advantage between DataHand operators and flat ten-key operators by
the end of a typical work day. In comparison with DataHand operators, traditional ten-key operators maintain speed for the first two or three hours, then start to slow down. This
slow-down is attributed to fatigue.
Innovative design makes a clear difference in improving worker comfort, musculoskeletal protection, and productivity.
Ergomotion™ is a new word created to describe the beneficially supported minimum movement DataHand operators use to perform keyboard work safely, comfortably, and
productively. Ergomotion is the future of keyboard data entry.
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