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Not only do we deliver the very best in mobile hardware and printing, Barcoding also specializes in recommending and integrating software. We know hardware is only half of the solution.
Software is key to making sense of all the operational data being collected via mobile computers, smart robots, RFID readers and barcode scanners throughout your organization.
From enterprise mobility management (EMM) to warehouse management software (WMS) to asset tracking and check in/checkout, our portfolio is broad enough to meet your needs and provide a full solution.
We often assist with enterprise software implementations, like selecting and implementing a new WMS.
In these instances, we’re a one-stop-shop for our customers. We can provide specific hardware (mobile computers, printers, tablets, etc.), our GoLive Services™ for staging, kitting, and configuration; for enterprise rollouts, and our StayLive Services™ (help desk, spare pool, RMAs, asset utilization and management, etc.) to maximize uptime and the investment made in the technology.
Our Software Services Group handles custom software development requests in Windows, Android, and iOS. This in-house team of engineers and programmers can assist with software recommendations, porting of applications, custom requirements, and more.
Our team of in-house software engineers are experts in integrating applications designed to complement your business environment—from basic to full-scale, enterprise rollouts.
We recommend several different barcode labeling solutions, and can also produce custom software if you need additional features.
Increasing the quality, speed, and accuracy of information using data capture and edge technologies improves responsiveness and efficiency, and cuts operating costs.
The use of barcode asset tags greatly simplifies the inventory management process, taking only one tenth the time and providing a more accurate count.
Large office buildings, hospitals, emergency services, and schools are the prime candidates for this type of solution.
You can potentially save thousands every month with proper warehouse management that includes inventory control, shipping and receiving, and order fulfillment.
Successful systems must be developed from the ground up to meet the needs of the mobile worker and environment. These include the user interface, communication method, and ruggedness and ergonomics of the devices.
Use Check In/Out software for tracking the movement of people, inventory or other objects, thereby enhancing security and reducing losses. Track inventory in storage rooms, equipment rooms and tool rooms where items are checked out for periods of time and then returned, or consumed.
As shipping companies continue to drive down the cost of express shipping, it’s become increasingly important for companies to continue the efficiency in the “last mile,” and make sure that a package delivered to a company via overnight reaches the recipient on time.
Route Accounting is a term used to describe those applications in which goods and services are bought and sold in a mobile environment. A route accounting system allows a single representative to efficiently serve the customer, to accept purchase orders, issue invoices, and to collect payments.
A work-in-process solution will monitor each step, station, and process throughout the manufacturing process, from the delivery of raw goods to the shipment of the final manufactured product. You can also analyze each segment of the process to help guarantee that you have the right parts on hand, at the right station, at the right time.
Learn about the latest Supply Chain Trends, Technologies, and Best Practices on Barcoding’s Geek Speak blog!