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Transforming Retail with RFID

Posted January 15, 2019

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With the highly- competitive retail landscape, today’s retailers must tackle many challenges in the era of industry transformation. Customer are expecting more when they enter a retail store, so how do you stay ahead? Register for our webinar to learn more about how can you transform retail with RFID.

With the growth of e-commerce, it has become evident that inventory visibility and accuracy is more important than ever.  Consumers will want the most easiest path to purchase what they want and receive it quickly. An inventory system needs to provide retailers most efficient way to fulfill consumers orders. Join Barcodes and Zebra to learn about the current trends and the way that RFID is making a difference today!

Transforming Retail with RFID
Thursday, January 24 from 11-11:30 AM CST

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Tap & Go with RF Ideas pcProx® Plus Readers

Posted December 18, 2018

The RF Ideas pcProx® Plus Readers provides a way for easy and secure sign-on for the mobile workforce. It streamline authentication for efficient access to most applications and delivers error free identification and security throughout the workplace.

This dual frequency programmable card reader can provide the advantages of reading both proximity and contactless smart cards in one reader which allows employees to leverage their employee ID badge or any 125 kHz and 13.56 MHz tags or labels to offer limitless possibilities for user identification and authentication. Great for applications such as time and attendance, secure printing, dispensing, point of sale, mobile, physical access, employee identification, visitor management, and more!

Benefits: 

  • Improves office workflow
  • Saves time and increase efficiency on tasks
  • Eliminates identification errors
  • Protect and secure sensitive information
  • Instant adaptability due to employee familiarity with existing badges
  • Enhances investments of single badges
  • Expands application selections

Features: 

  • Easy interface connects directly to an USB port
  • Compatible with Windows
  • Flexible card configurations with two presets and two user-definable configurations
  • Adjustable beeper
  • Improves accuracy of information and identification
  • Versatile mounting options

Click on the video above to see it in action, contact us if you have any questions or need an identification and authentication solution.


Free Webinar! Device Administrator Deprecation with Google and SOTI

Posted August 29, 2018

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Join us for our upcoming webinar with Google and SOTI, Device Administrator Deprecation!

………………………..Thursday, September 6 at 12-12:45 PM CST.

Learn how Google is deprecating Device Administrator with the help of SOTI to make Android
even more secure, powerful, and productive for your business!

Key Takeaways:

  1. What is Device Administrator?
  2. What is Android Enterprise and how it unifies Android Device Management?
  3. How does SOTI MobiControl Support Android Enterprise?

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Presented by: 

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Corey Campbell

Platform Specialist, Android Enterprise, Google

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Damon Greaves,
Sales Engineer, SOTI, Inc.

 

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For Challenging Environments- Honeywell’s Granit 1980i & 1981i

Posted August 20, 2018

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For the toughest environment, comes the Honeywell’s Granit 1980i (wired) and the 1981i (wireless) industrial full range scanners. The area- imaging scanners are capable of scanning both 1D and 2D barcodes from near and as far as 50ft away. Simple to use, the Granit scanners maximize operator productivity in the most challenging environments and will be able to pair the scanners with fork trucks equipped with vehicle mounted mobile computers to scan barcodes at an extended range.

1980iNear and Far Distance Scanning Techniques (1D & 2D):

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Capable reading from 6 inches near barcodes. Hover over the barcode and center the red lightning box with laser aim to the right of the center of the barcode.

 

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Distance scanning up to 50ft, with laser scanner aim at the center of the barcode. (with laminated barcodes might have to tilt the scanner at an readable angle)

Features:

  • Full Range Area Imaging of 1D & 2D barcodes
  • Super Rugged IP65 Rating
  • Multiple scanning configurations
  • Wire or Wireless enable mobility
  • Ease of Use- Intuitive User Feedback

 

Equip your team with the toughest scanner to maximize your team’s productivity and lower the overall cost of ownership. The 1980i & 1981i Granit scanners are great for manufacturing, transportation and logistics, warehouse and distribution, and outdoor logistics.

Contact our dedicated account managers on any questions in regards how to improve your daily operations with the Granit scanners and we will be happy to help.

 


Asset vs Inventory Tracking Explained

Posted June 22, 2015

When explaining data tracking, the first question our customers ask is “Aren’t asset tracking and inventory tracking the same thing?” The short answer is no.

Assets are permanent objects that belong to a company. They are items a business uses internally, such as computers, tools or educational material. An asset is always tracked as a unique item. For example, even though you may give 10 of the exact same PC, you are managing each PC as an individual item with its own unique barcode label. You want to ensure that you have accurate information on each specific asset’s location, condition, purchase date, value, custodian and most recent maintenance.

Inventory tracking refers to objects that are sold, distributed or otherwise consumed by a company. These “temporary” objects include retail items and office supplies. For example, you may have 100 boxes of staples in inventory and when you use one box the tracked quantity decreases by one. You are not concerned with what specific box was used, but rather that 1 of 100 was removed. Ultimately, you want to know how many you have in stock and when to order more.

To begin, compare your objects with the chart below to determine if you need inventory or asset tracking:

Description Asset Inventory
Objects used internally, such as computers, tools, and educational materials
Track depreciation of company property
Track maintenance on company equipment
Objects are for sale or resale
Ability to track/monitor reorder levels
Objects are “temporary” and/or often replace, such a paper, pens and other consumables
Employees may check objects in and out

For more assistance finding the right data collection solution for your needs, contact us at Barcodes, Inc.