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Warehouse Software Guide For Growing the Business

Posted August 2, 2018

What is a WMS?

Your warehouse management system (WMS) is the brain of your distribution operation. Having the right
WMS, you’ll be able to raise your efficiency, increase your on-time, accurate shipping percentage, and lower
overtime costs.

Benefits includes:

  • Detailed transaction audit
  • Productivity report
  • Manage inventory movements
  • Inventory adjustments and reporting
  • Supports both physical and cycle counts

Read the e-book below, and learn how your operation can benefit from a warehouse management system.

Contact us and we can help recommend the right software and equipment for your solution. We can help you find a compatible warehouse management system along with enterprise handheld devices that can move your business forward, decrease manual operation, eliminate paperwork, and reduce operational costs by increasing accuracy and warehouse functions.

Zebra’s New MC3300 Mobile Computer

Posted July 5, 2018

The MC3300 is the 4th generation in Zebra‘s highly successful MC3000 Series, it gives you more of the features that you want to meet your business needs. With the new model there are more scanning options, more time saving features, more rugged design, and instant support for your TE apps, right out of the box. Click to watch the video below to learn more!

Why Should You Buy The MC3300? More Efficient, More Productive, and More Profitable

  • Perfect Form.
  • Keyboard and touchscreen support for your TE apps.
  • More ways to capture data with ultimate simplicity and speed.
  • Reduce costs- compatible wiht the MC3200 accessories you have today.
  • Mobility DNA for an unmatched feature set- and value.

For any questions or a quote on any of your mobile computing needs email us at Barcodes, Inc or call us at 855-561-1795.

Zebra’s New MC3300 Mobile Computer

Posted February 9, 2018

The MC3300 is the 4th generation in Zebra‘s highly successful MC3000 Series, it gives you more of the features that you want to meet your business needs. With the new model there are more scanning options, more time saving features, more rugged design, and instant support for your TE apps, right out of the box.

Why Should You Buy The MC3300? More Efficient, More Productive, and More Profitable

  1.  Perfect Form.
    With the ability to mix and match four form factors and three keypads, it gives you more model choices than any competitive device in class. With the gun, turret for different angles, and straight- shooter form factor plus numeric, function numeric, and alpha keypads you can give different types of workers the most comfortable way to capture the data they need on the field.
  2. Keyboard and touchscreen support for your TE apps.
    The built in keyboard delivers the same experience your workers have today- no change in workflow. And when you are ready to migrate to touch based input you can easily turn it into the touch centric easy to use apps your work force expects.
  3. More ways to capture data with ultimate simplicity and speed.
    With choices from a short, mid, or extraordinary long scanning range that enables you to capture the barcodes on your uppermost racks. With Zebra’s SimulScan it enables you to capture multiple barcodes on a label with one press of the scan button and more.
  4. Reduce costs- compatible wiht the MC3200 accessories you have today.
    You can use most of the MC3200 accessories you already own, or you can use the new advanced cradles that delivers fast charging in half the time.
  5. Mobility DNA for an unmatched feature set- and value.
    With the Lifeguard for Android in the new Zebra OneCare service contract, you can count on Zebra to provide 10 years of support and security patches allowing you to decide if you want an upgrade to a newer version of Android.

For any questions or a quote on any of your mobile computing needs contact us at Barcodes, Inc.

Barcode Vs. RFID: Things to Consider Before You Choose

Posted February 2, 2018

Barcode and RFID labels are choices that enterprises must choose to improve efficiency. Which are the most cost- effective and reliable in the long run for your operation?

Here are a few things you should consider

Barcodes Vs. RFID

RFID labels have electronically generated unique codes and barcodes use standard protocols. In an inventory collection setting, a barcode label can tally up items in the stock according to product type, manufacturer, and stock level. Employees will have to manually check for item specifics such as color, price, and purchase date of individual items. On the other hand, RFID labels are capable of loading up 2,000 proprietary byte of information and be able to tally up individual items in inventory too.

For example: A barcode label would be able to tell a grocer how many gallons Milk A and Milk B was in the cooler but an RFID label will be able to disclose where each gallon of milk came from the farm and distributor.

Ultimately, if printer properly both barcode and RFID tags can eliminate human error and contribute to enterprise efficiency compare to when items are accounted for by hand. Purchasing either barcode or RFID solutions depends on the depth of data required by an enterprise and how the system will be used in the field. Label consumers have to make a decision based on the needs and financial constraints.

If you need guidance on which solution to choose, feel free to contact one of our dedicated account managers and we will be happy to help.

Metalcraft RFID Assest Tags Printed on SATO CL4NX

Into the Cold: Cold Storage Mobile Computers

Posted November 22, 2017

Warm garments are essential for warehouse workers to perform daily operations in the cold, the same goes for mobile computers. Mobile computers must be built to perform under these demanding condition.

Moving a standard mobile computer in and out between normal and cold areas is extremely hard on the device even if it’s ruggedized. Short term: the LCD screen fogs up, batteries won’t release enough energy and processors may not perform optimally. Long term: Screens and housing will become brittle and repeated condensation can cause internal components to corrode, short-circuit, and fail.

If you work in an environment that is typically exposed to cold temperatures, consider the devices below:

Motorola‘s Omnii XT15f Mobile Computer
Omnii XT15

  • Lorax Scanner
  • 1/2D options
  • 11 a/b/g
  • Bluetooth
  • Windows CE 6.0
  • Condensation Resistant Chiller Model is built for -4º F / -20º C
  • Condensation Free Arctic Model is built for -22º F / -30º C
  • Screen defroster option

 

Honeywell’s CK75 Cold Storage Mobile Computer

CK75

  • Cold storage
  • Windows or Android OS option
  • Standard or extended range scanner
  • 11 a/b/g/n
  • 2D scanner (scans both 1D and 2D)
  • Standard Unit is built for -4º F / -20º C
  • Cold Storage Unit is built for -22º F / -30º C

Thriving in cold conditions requires the ability to adapt to the environment. Being prepared with the right resources and equipment can lower operating costs by increasing productivity and decrease equipment down time.

For any questions or a quote on any of your mobile computing needs contact us at Barcodes, Inc

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