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Zebra Mobile Printers Infographic

Posted November 27, 2013

Zebra mobile computersMobility has become one of the key concerns for many businesses to improve existing processes and open up new possibilities within their business. In many applications, a printed receipt, proof of delivery or even label needs to be created on the go. Leading the way with a variety of mobile printers, Zebra offers printers for any printing application need.

In this infographic you’ll find several common mobile applications that require some type of on-demand printing and the perfect Zebra solution to match. Whether you are printing from a tablet, smartphone, or rugged mobile computer, Zebra has portable printer to meet your needs.


Top Honeywell Mobile Computers – Infographic

Posted November 13, 2013

Honeywell Mobile ComputersFinding the right mobile device for your specific business needs can be a challenge with the wide range of options available today. The ever changing landscape of consumer products can seem to be a suitable solution but when the rigors of daily. out in the field use come into play, ruggedness and reliable connectivity become crucial for getting the most out of your investment.

Leading the way with mobile devices made for mobility, Honeywell provides a full range of devices to meet the demands of any application.  From smartphone-like units like the 60s to ultra rugged units like the 99GX series, this infographic is a great overview to the Honeywell mobile computers.

For assistance finding the right Honeywell device for your needs, contact us at BarcodesInc.


WebPRNT Now Available for the Star TSP650ii

Posted October 30, 2013

Star TSP650ii PrinterKeeping up with the emergence of the omnichannel business model and growing customer demand for mobility, businesses are turning to web-based applications as a cost effective way to stay agile. Web-based services are being more commonplace in point of sale as businesses streamline their operations and create mobile friendly environments for their customers.

To support customers using web-based point of sale applications, Star Micronics delivers WebPRNT, an innovative technology enabling device-agnostic receipt printing technology that supports HTTP requests used in web-based applications.

WebPRNT is currently available with Star’s TSP650II thermal receipt printer which is equipped with Ethernet connectivity. Easy to read, maintain and modify for developers; simply use the appropriate XML tags or integrate Star’s WebPRNT Javascript library into your web-based application to begin printing from your application to Star’s TSP650II WebPRNT thermal receipt printer.

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KoamTac Expands Suite Of Smart Connected Device Sleds with the KDC415/KDC425

Posted August 9, 2013

415KoamTac has made its name by offering Bluetooth barcode scanners and card readers compatible with what is likely the world’s largest array of smartphones and tablets. Today, the Princeton-based company introduces cases for the Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone and Note 8.0 tablet designed to work with its innovative product line to save companies time and money.

The new offerings join the Apple iPhone5 smartphone case to bring to 14 the number of custom cases that allow users to turn their smartphones and tablets into barcode PDAs when attached to and paired via Bluetooth with the KDC line of programmable Bluetooth barcode data and card readers.

The KDC400 sled line includes the KDC415 and KDC425, which are equipped with magnetic stripe readers for retail payments. Just two weeks ago, in a move that broadens KoamTac’s reach into the retail market, KoamTac announced a joint solution partnership with Hybrid Paytech to offer the next generation of intelligent and secure mobile payment solutions.

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Top Motorola Mobile Computers – Infographic

Posted July 30, 2013

As a primary leader in the Auto-ID industry, Motorola’s products span from handheld scanners to mobile computers, RFID, and even the wireless infrastructure these devices operate on. With an extensive history of technological innovation, Motorola produces devices that go beyond being a simple tool and become an integral part of your business.

This infographic is a easy guide to the range of mobile computers Motorola offers. From basic inventory collection unit to fully rugged mobile devices designed to meet the most demanding of environments, Motorola has a mobile computer to fit any application.

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Motorola to Bring Windows Embedded 8 Handheld-based Devices

Posted January 22, 2013

Motorola, a leading provider of mission-critical communication solutions and services for enterprise and government customers, has announced that it is expanding its enterprise mobile computing portfolio to include devices built on the Microsoft Windows Embedded 8 Handheld platform. This expansion brings Windows Phone 8 technologies to enterprise customers, providing an innovative addition to Motorola’s portfolio of devices built on the Windows Mobile and Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 platforms and enhancing Motorola’s future solutions.

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Finding The Right Mobile Computer

Posted January 7, 2013

With all of the options available on mobile computers today it can be a real challenge choosing the right one for your application. Concerns like ruggedness, wireless communications, operating system, and scanner type are key to ensuring the unit you choose will perform well for you.

Luckily, we have a great buying guide to help make the process easier – Mobile Computer Buying Guide. This guide will cover the essentials so you can have a clear picture of the type of device and the features you need. Once you know what you need from the device choosing a suitable model is easy!

As with any product, if you have any questions or need any help feel free to contact us.


Optimize Your Wireless Facility

Posted November 15, 2012

The top 3 reasons to implement mobile workstations

Thanks to wireless technology, mobile powered workstations (MPWs) are opening up new frontiers of efficiency and productivity. These workstations with integrated power supplies can maneuver computers, printers, scales, barcode scanners, etc., to wherever they are needed. For some facilities, multiple MPWs can bring about a “system solution” — a whole new way of doing business. Capitalizing on the benefits of auto-ID technologies, they integrate the facility’s software with devices on the workstations to establish mobile on-demand label printing stations, mobile shipping/receiving stations, and so on.

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Honeywell’s Dolphin 7800 Available With Android OS

Posted July 17, 2012

Google’s Android operating system (OS) has become increasingly popular in the consumer mobility market, but not all enterprise IT departments have been ready to adopt the new devices for business. Now, with the launch of the Dolphin 7800 Android which leverages the popular Android OS packed with Honeywell extras, enterprises can have the advantages and familiarity of a consumer operating system without compromising the needs of their business.

For demanding mobile workforce applications that have a need to complete multiple tasks in a limited amount of time, the Dolphin 7800 Android enables multi-purpose computing, communication, and data collection at desktop-like speed. When the benefits derived from consumer operating systems are desired in a lightweight yet reliable mobile computing solution, the Dolphin 7800 Android rugged mobile computer has the functionality required to fulfill the needs of  your enterprise, while maximizing the productivity of your workforce.

For more details and availability of the Honeywell Dolphin 7800 Android contact Barcodes Inc


How to Use Mobile Payment Collection Technology to Boost Profitability

Posted May 31, 2012

Enterprise investments in mobile automation are enabling field sales and service professionals to complete their tasks faster than ever before. But are their organizations getting paid any faster? If not, they are missing out on some of the lowest-hanging fruit on the mobile automation benefits tree.

By equipping mobile workers to collect payment in the field, businesses can significantly and permanently improve their cash cycle time, reduce uncollectable invoices and even increase revenues by upselling and cross selling service plans, spare parts, accessories and additional products. These benefits are available to many types of businesses, including sales, service and delivery organizations.

Mobile payment collection represents low-hanging fruit because it often only requires a modest incremental investment in complementary components. If field sales and service staff already have mobile computers and wireless connectivity, the incremental investment needed to enable mobile payment collection can be recovered very quickly, often in months, and will provide a sustainable cash flow benefit. If mobile computers are not currently used, a payment collection application will shorten the time to return-on-investment (ROI) for a mobile automation initiative.

This white paper provides an introduction to how mobile payment collection systems work, explains what components are needed to enable mobile workers to process card and check payments in the field, and highlights the cash flow and other benefits that businesses of different sizes and in different industries can expect from enabling their mobile workers to collect payment at the time of service.

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