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Our Approach

A Barcoding solution is never just a piece of hardware: This is the heart of Barcoding’s Process, People, Technology (PPT) philosophy.

First, we work to understand our clients’ businesses—their workflows, people, cultures, and goals—and then we discuss the types of technology available to fit their needs.


Barcoding’s #SupplyChainGeeks draw on decades of experience across manufacturing, distribution, retail, and transportation & logistics.

Our experts partner closely with customers and technology partners, taking a brand-agnostic, Process-People-Technology approach tailored to your industry’s complex landscape.

Our Partner Network

Barcoding, Inc. is a premier partner with the best manufacturers and software providers in the automated data capture, mobility, and supply chain spaces. Because of our strong relationships, our clients have access to high-level resources at our partners’ organizations—from the executive teams to sales, engineers, and support.


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Data Capture


Data Capture Fuels Your Growth

How you capture, track, and integrate data in your supply chain is critical to customer experience and growth. This is more true today than ever before.

Since 1998 Barcoding has been helping companies use data capture or edge technologies to eliminate inefficiency and errors produced by manual data entry.

We build data collection systems (sometimes called Automatic Identification and Data Collection, or AIDC systems) specifically designed to make a wide variety of processes and workflows more efficient, accurate, and connected.


Barcode Data Capture

Barcodes still rock!

Data capture systems based on barcodes are still the most affordable and effective way to automate the collection of critical data. Nearly every industry’s requirements and environments can be improved with the use of a barcode data capture solution to collect and track data.

A successful barcoding solution relies upon barcode labels that stick when they should, come off when necessary, are readable when scanned, and can withstand your work environment.

To achieve ROI, you need the right combination of symbology, label type, mobile barcode printers, rugged mobile computers, barcode label software, label stock and ribbons for your application, and integration to your current business systems.


IoT Data Capture (RFID and Beyond)

More Data, Less Time!

IoT sensor technologies are helping companies cut costs, time, and errors from manufacturing, distribution, transportation, and retailing operations. One of the fundamental tenets of IoT is gathering data in order to optimize processes, products, or services. 

Unloading an inbound container, for instance, which might take about two and a half hours to individually scan, sort, and count cartons, now takes less than half an hour with RFID-tagged cartons.

With IoT-based systems, our approach is critical. Since these solutions require more engineering than a barcoding system, our team will prioritize learning your goals and processes first. 

If we do not believe you can achieve ROI with this type of technology, we will always tell you upfront.

Our IoT ecosystem today includes:


Best Practices in RFID Implementation

As RFID becomes more prevalent in retail, healthcare, and manufacturing, having a strong grasp on the technology can help you boost your operations. Knowing how to successfully integrate RFID into your existing operations and workflows, making you more efficient and accurate. Download our FREE whitepaper and learn best practices to boost your RFID strategy.

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