How Barcoding Helps Customers be More Efficient, Accurate, and Connected
Barcoding, Inc. provides complete automatic data collection systems for companies across industries and of all sizes. The stories below (a few of our favorites) illustrate just a few of our clients’ successes.
Front Gate Tickets Deploys Mobile Ticket Scanning Solution and Asset Management System
Background: Front Gate Tickets is an Austin, Texas-based provider of ticketing, fulfillment, marketing, and RFID solutions for venues, artists, promoters, and festivals.
Challenge: The hardware that ran its ticket scanning app was outdated and lacked flexibility. In addition, Front Gate Tickets sought a way to accurately track equipment deployed around the country.
Solution: Handheld mobile scanning solution running on Android OS and integrated with existing software app, as well as an asset management solution.
Result: Gained new data collection capacities in the ticket scanning process, doubled efficiency in barcode scanning, and achieved accurate asset management and tracking capabilities.
Cold Storage Case Study: A Cooler Way of Tracking Temperature-controlled Freight
Background: H&M Bay, Inc. is the premier logistics provider of frozen and refrigerated Less-than-Truckload (LTL) goods.
Challenge: Existing pallet tracking system was often unreliable, required frequent manual data entry and hampered the receiving process.
Solution: Barcode scanning system from Barcoding, Inc., consisting of handheld scanners, printers, rugged vehicle mounts computers and barcode labels.
Result: Improved efficiency and accuracy in tracking and storing pallets; enhanced worker productivity and expedited the receiving process.
Azteca Foods Automates the Ability to Track and Trace Pallets
Summary: Founded in 1969, Azteca Foods, Inc. is a family-owned and operated leader in the Mexican foods category. Azteca offers a wide variety of products that meet the needs of consumers, chefs and manufacturing partners through retail, food service and industrial businesses – both domestic and global. Products include softer and fresher tortillas and ready-tobake salad shells under the Azteca brand. Azteca is headquartered in Chicago, where it operates in a 100,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, which employs more than 135 people.
Background: Azteca Foods, Inc. is a family-owned and operated leader in the Mexican foods category.
Challenge: Azteca sought a way to track pallets of goods moving throughout its warehouse by assigning a unique identification numbers to pallets as they come off the line.
Solution: Barcoding, Inc.’s barcode scanning system comprising handheld computers, a customized mobile software application, an internally hosted web service, and network extenders.
Result: Achieved full traceability of pallets moving into its finished goods warehouse, eliminated time-consuming manual data entry processes, and increased accuracy.
United Rentals Improves Routing and Vehicle Utilization
Background: United Rentals is the largest equipment rental company in the world with an integrated network of 896 rental locations in 49 states and 10 Canadian provinces.
Challenge: Replace and deploy hundreds of outdated handheld devices used for route optimization.
Solution: Barcoding, Inc.’s Deployment Project Management Services, Samsung S5s handhelds, equipped with OtterBox® cases and mobile device management (MDM) software.
Result: Successfully replaced 2,500 handhelds across North America and minimized downtime to improve efficiency, accuracy, and connectivity.