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Tech Tip Tuesday: How To Barcode Your Product

Posted February 20, 2018

To barcode your own product, there’s a few steps you should follow. First, determine if you need an unique barcode number for your product. If you do, follow the steps below to learn what you need in order to get your product out the door. Once you have the barcode, contact one of our dedicated account managers to find the printer and supplies that’s suitable to your need and get started on printing your own.


Internet of Retail

Posted January 22, 2018

Follow the chain of process of how a pair of shoes enter through the internet of retail. From how a barcode label can help products go through shipping, receiving, product identification, price labeling, re-pricing, support, to loyalty, and self service check out.

It brings values to retailers and customers. For retailers, mobile technology can increase productivity and accuracy of the whole supply chain. For customers, it keeps them more engaged in the whole shopping experience and loyalty card can provide a more personalized experience.

Check out the flow chart below and feel free to contact our dedicated account managers on more info how our products can help you in the Internet of Retail era.

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Value of Visibility in Your Supply Chain

Posted January 3, 2018

Visibility in the supply chain is valuable data to a company. It allows company to be informed about their inventory from when it is stored or in transit in order to optimize time and allocate labor and staff.

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Android Vs. Windows OS: Windows CE and Embedded Handheld End of Life Cycle

Posted November 16, 2017

Windows CE and Embedded Handheld End of Life Cycle


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Honeywell’s New Barcode Printers

Posted October 31, 2017

Check out Honeywell‘s small yet powerful barcode printers!
For any questions or a quote on any of your printing needs contact us at Barcodes, Inc.

New Honeywell Barcode Printers


Honeywell’s New Mobile Computers: EDA50, CN75, CK75

Posted October 24, 2017

With the windows embedded operating systems’ support coming to an end soon, now is a great time to plan for the future. It’s important to look into an alternate operating system. Arguably the most flexible and capable OS solution for future devices would be Android. Here are Honeywell‘s latest mobile computer additions, the ScanPal EDA50, CN75, and the CK75 all with an android operating system.  Take a look at the devices below with their features to see how they can optimize productivity in your facility.


Janam: Android vs Windows

Posted October 23, 2017

Comparison of Mobile OS


Top Ten Cashless Countries Around the World

Posted October 16, 2017

Sooner rather than later carrying cash around with you is going to be a way of the past. According to Mark Bolsom a business development director at Moneymailme “Consumers want to pay in the most convenient way for them, so with debit and credit cards so easy to carry around, and with the growing popularity of e-wallets, holding cash is simply not at the forefront of consumers’ minds any longer.”

Canada came in at the top of the list of the top cashless countries as the average Canadian carries two credit cards each, instead of having high levels of contactless cards. In Second came Sweden “Sweden is proof that a move to a cashless economy is not just a concept but very nearly reality. With electronic payments making up 95 percent of all retail transactions, it’s clear that in no time at all Sweden will have phased out cash altogether.” Bolsom Said.

To learn more visit realbusiness.co.uk for the full article. And read Mark Bolsom’s article on why it’s time to adapt to the cashless economy.

You can take a look below to see how the rest of the top 10 came out.

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Infographic: Honeywell’s Battery Free Barcode Scanners

Posted October 5, 2017

Honeywell’s Voyager 1202g-bf and Xenon 1902g-bf both incorporate the latest in battery-free technology, all while offering the freedom of Bluetooth wireless technology and without the long recharge time associated with traditional batteries. Both Scanners deliver aggressive barcode scanning performance even on poor quality or damaged barcodes.

The Voyager 1202g-bf Bluetooth technology allows the user the freedom to move around up to 33 feet away from the base in the right environment. It’s an ideal scanner for applications where occasional wireless scanning is a need. Voyager is a plug-and-play scanner that features a multi-interface design with automatic interface detection.

The Xenon 1902g-bf offers fast and accurate scanning from up to 33 feet away from the base without the recharge time, expense, and environmental impact of a battery. An ideal scanner for applications centered around POS, workstations, and counters.
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Infographic: Epson Point of Sale Printers

Posted October 3, 2017

Epson’s Mobilink P60II and TM- T88VI allows you to print directly from any mobile device and server. With the mobile connectivity, makes it easy to add web and mobile POS services to a traditional PC- based POS system.

The Mobilink P60II provides you the features to print on the go, it is designed to meet the needs of both retail and hospitality receipt printing.

Epson’s TM-T88VI’s compact desktop design is perfect for use in restaurants, bars and other commercial business.

Check out the main features below.

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