Category: Barcode


By Patty O'Brien | February 2, 2017

Have you every purchased a coffee mug only to have the price tag label stick stubbornly to the bottom of the mug? Are you a retailer dealing with customers who swap price stickers on your […]

By Sarah Foradori | January 24, 2017

Any modern supply chain business knows that traceability is essential — for ensuring visibility, meeting compliance, and, if necessary, performing an effective recall. While some companies still insist on using inefficient and inaccurate manual methods […]

By Sarah Foradori | November 22, 2016

In manufacturing, your hardware and products are subjected to harsh conditions — sometimes so extreme that traditional traceability methods just don’t cut it. Since traceability is essential in case of a recall, your parts need […]

By Sarah Foradori | October 25, 2016

From picking, packing, and shipping to receiving, putaway, and replenishment, your distribution center operations are complex. Slim margins and fierce competition leave no room for error — and the race to improve never ends. Operational […]

By Sarah Foradori | October 4, 2016

Supply chains continue to grow in complexity, and in no place is that more obvious than in today’s warehouses and distribution centers. In order to meet consumer demands, warehouses now hold more product and have […]

By Sarah Foradori | August 10, 2016

A transparent, efficient, and cost-effective military supply chain has a direct impact on the lives of our soldiers and military personnel. Downtime, inaccuracy, and waste can cloud visibility and delay the delivery of crucial supplies […]

By Sarah Foradori | August 8, 2016

Working leaner and smarter doesn’t require an overhaul of your processes, just your approach. When you can step away from “the way we’ve always done it” and identify opportunities for improvement, you’ll improve operational efficiency. […]

By Sarah Foradori | August 4, 2016

As healthcare consumers, we increasingly seek out hospitals and healthcare providers that provide the best quality of care and an overall satisfying experience. To meet that desire and extend care beyond the hospital, providers want […]

By Sarah Foradori | June 21, 2016

Take a moment to picture your warehouse. Imagine what it would be like if your workers could maintain uninterrupted productivity. Is it even possible? A completely disruption-free workday may not be totally realistic, but if […]

By Sarah Foradori | June 13, 2016

The latest technological advancements in consumer technology always seem to beg the question: What can we do next? But the Zebra TC8000 asks: Why hasn’t anyone done this before? To bring mobile computers into the […]