Barcode solutions for business success

What does it do?  It carries data.  And it offers solutions.

In 1948 Bernard Silver was looking for a way to automatically read product information at the checkout counter.  Taking an inspiration from Morse Code, Silver created the first barcodes of varying line sizes, and filed a patent with Norman Joseph Woodland called "Classifying Apparatus and Method".  It was not until the late 1970's that the Universal Product Code (UPC) became widely adopted in grocery stores across the nation.

Today barcodes have become ubiquitous and serve a wide variety of industries.  In addition to retail, barcodes are used in vehicle manufacture, document tracking, data and time control, security access, and inventory management.  Supply Chain Services offers barcode solutions that make real-time access to data possible.

What are some of the components of our barcode solutions?  Mobile computers, wireless networking devices, barcode scanners, and printers work together using Mobile Device Management (MDM) software and a suite of applications.  These all become part of a comprehensive design to serve the needs of warehousing, manufacturing, and distribution facilities.

Any data traffic in today's digital world consists of binary signals that are combined in clever ways to communicate information between devices. Barcode solutions make use of state-of-the-art equipment and software that quickly and easily collect data from a printer barcode and send it where it needs to go. This may seem quite simple to the user, but it is because of the ingenuity of inventors, manufacturers, and designers that these technologies have become the means to greater productivity and business success.

If you would like more information about how Supply Chain Services can provide barcode solutions for your company, please contact us. We ride on the shoulders of clever inventors like Bernard Silver to offer our award-winning services in support of businesses like yours.

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