News Article | May 11, 2017
Sponsored by leading systems integrator, the digital community is where members foster and support an open, innovative and inspiring journey -- Barcoding, Inc.(http://www.barcoding.com/), the leader in supply chain efficiency, accuracy, and connectivity, announces the launch of its new #SupplyChainGeek Network website. The goal of the Network, which is unlike anything else in the industry, is to provide continuing education and improvement to Barcoding customers and partners through supply chain management and technology best practices, thought leadership and networking.Highlights of the new site, which launched on May 5, 2017, include:· A fun, new #SupplyChainGeek Reward program. Each interaction on the new site gives users a certain amount of points that can be redeemed for prizes. Prizes include: #SupplyChainGeek backpacks, shirts, tumblers and a free two night VIP hotel stay for the Barcoding Executive Forum, which is scheduled to be held in October, 2017.· Interactive features, such as the ability to "like" and "favorite" other members' updates, photos, etc.· The ability to create a personalized "Geek" profile and upload photo albums.· Various quizzes to test #SupplyChainGeek knowledge.· An Activity button that can be used to see the other Network members' current activity/uploads.· Easy-to-use search functions for different types of resources, such as webinars, videos, e-books, etc.Chad Warzecha, senior director of field & network operations, DHL Supply Chain, said, "The #SupplyChainGeek Network isn't just a digital community; it is a progressive platform for supply chain enthusiasts that will be used to inspire the supply chain world for years to come. What differentiates this site is the member benefit because of the ability to collaborate and become familiar with other 'geeks' in the community."Additionally, onThursday, May 18, 2017 from 10:00am – 10:45am (ET) Honeywell, a Barcoding partner and active member in the #SupplyChainGeek Network, will be hosting a live online broadcast event as they introduce the company's latest technology innovations.For more information, please visit www.supplychaingeek.com Barcoding, Inc. (Barcoding) is a supply chain automation and innovation company that enables organizations to be more efficient, accurate, and connected. With dedicated practices in Supply Chain Architecture and Analytics, Data Capture, Client Services, RFID, Consumables, and Software Services, Barcoding impacts tens of thousands of organizations in a wide range of industries by increasing revenue, reducing operational costs, and improving customer experiences. Founded in 1998, Barcoding is headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, with offices across the United States, and is a proud sponsor of the #SupplyChainGeek Network. For more information, visit www.barcoding.com
News Article | May 23, 2017
Leading system integrator's expanded services and expert staff will assist customers in combating challenges in labeling such as compliance and management of direct and indirect expenses -- Barcoding, Inc. (http://www.barcoding.com/), the leader in supply chain efficiency, accuracy, and connectivity, announces it has brought on three supply chain experts to assist in the expansion of its Consumables by Barcoding™ practice. These new team members will help new and existing customers overcome challenges and comply with industry best practices in labeling.Barcoding's Consumables department and offered services will provide more access to subject matter experts to the company's entire customer base as well as more expertise on how to overcome challenges in labeling. These challenges include:: Many verticals have been faced with more regulations and are now being required to use specific compliance formats. Because of this, consumables customers need more assistance with understanding and designing the correct labels to meet these regulations.: Small- and medium-sized businesses are seeking more ways to control their operational expenses in an effort to operate more efficiently. One way to do this is to reduce the costs associated with labels and consumables. Barcoding's team is able to help customers reduce this indirect spend by 20 percent by consolidating the use of outside vendors.: The use of RFID in the consumables and labeling market has grown dramatically in the last year. There's a large growth potential and Barcoding's extensive experience in RFID will be able to support customers looking to streamline the adoption of this technology.Dave C. Reba, director of Consumable Sales, Barcoding, Inc., said, "We've found that many companies are turning to small, local converting shops to fulfill their labeling needs due their local presence. This can add risk due to limited ability to provide services and scale with the customer's needs. Eventually, the customer may need to change vendors as their needs evolve. Whether small, mid-size or enterprise, it may be to their best interest to use organizations that have consulting services, such as Barcoding. At Barcoding, we have the expertise, proven technology, materials and scalability to design label solutions that help reduce risk and cost of acquisition."In addition to Reba, Barcoding adds David Stevens, Consumables sales and project manager, and Peter Zalinksi, product manager of Identification Solutions, to the Consumables team. Together they bring more than 60 years of combined expertise.Reba has a proven track record in developing and executing strategies resulting in significant market share growth, enhanced profitability and improved customer satisfaction and comes most recently from SATO. Stevens, with 25 years in media and labeling, is experienced with dealing with the entire consumables product cycle, as well as working with manufactures and resellers. As the Barcoding NetSuite Liaison, Zalinski enables customers to leverage label and RFID automation with mobile devices to enhance their NetSuite and NetSuite WMS implementations.For more information about Consumables by Barcoding™, visit http://www.barcoding.com/ blog/business_ area/consumables/ Barcoding, Inc. (Barcoding) is a supply chain automation and innovation company that enables organizations to be more efficient, accurate, and connected. With dedicated practices in Supply Chain Architecture and Analytics, Data Capture, Client Services, RFID, Consumables and Software Services, Barcoding impacts tens of thousands of organizations in a wide range of industries by increasing revenue, reducing operational costs and improving customer experiences. Founded in 1998, Barcoding is headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, with offices across the United States, and is a proud sponsor of the #SupplyChainGeek Network. For more information, visit www.barcoding.com
News Article | April 20, 2017
Barcoding, Inc. (http://www.barcoding.com), the leader in supply chain efficiency, accuracy, and connectivity, today announced its exhibitor level sponsorship of SuiteWorld 2017.
News Article | May 4, 2017
The purchasing of the West Coast mobile solutions provider enhances the leading systems integrator's service offerings and customer support -- Barcoding, Inc. (http://www.barcoding.com/), the leader in supply chain efficiency, accuracy, and connectivity, announces the strategic acquisition of Versatile Mobile Systems, Inc. (http://versatilemobile.com/)(VMS) located in Lynwood, Washington. The purchasing of VMS, a mobile solutions provider, enables Barcoding to strengthen its position as the leading system integrator in the industry as well as expand its offerings and support for its customers and partners.Founded in 1992, VMS makes data mobile by providing a wide range of mobile equipment such as ruggedized handheld computers, printers, scanners, warehouse Wi-Fi infrastructure and more. Additionally, VMS offers complete high-quality life cycle management services.Shane Snyder, president, Barcoding, Inc., said, "This strategic acquisition is an exciting opportunity for Barcoding, our employees, the employees of Versatile Mobile Systems, our customers and our partners. VMS has been in business for more than 25 years and has extensive technical staff providing both professional services as well as software development resources that will benefit our existing and new customers."Moving forward, Barcoding's customers will benefit from the following:· Addition of nearly 30 experienced industry experts – including software engineers, , professional service staff and sales executives, which makes Barcoding one of the largest outside sales oriented organizations in the industry.· Expansion of support hours – Our West Coast location provides a "follow the sun" support model whereby Barcoding's hours will start at 8:00 EST and close at 5:00 PST creating a 13-hour coverage period for current and future clients.Andrew Lynch, director, Versatile Mobile Systems, said, "We're excited to expand our company footprint and technical expertise through Barcoding. Barcoding is just as passionate as we are about barcoding and innovative mobile solutions and this opportunity will allow us to provide our offerings to more customers and partners globally."The additional resources and geographic diversity allows Barcoding to continue to be committed to being large enough to manage enterprise accounts, but boutique enough to personalize the client experience. To learn more about Barcoding's expanded service offerings due to the VMS acquisition, please visit: http://www.barcoding.com/ about-barcoding- inc/ Versatile Mobile Systems is a technology company offering innovative mobile solutions. Founded in 1992 and headquartered in Lynwood, Washington, VMS makes data mobile by providing and repairing a wide range of mobile equipment such as ruggedized handheld computers, printers, scanners, warehouse Wi-Fi infrastructure and more. VMS believes in turning data into knowledge. For more information, visit www.versatilemobile.com Barcoding, Inc. (Barcoding) is a supply chain automation and innovation company that enables organizations to be more efficient, accurate, and connected. With dedicated practices in Supply Chain Architecture and Analytics, Data Capture, Client Services, RFID, Consumables, and Software Services, Barcoding impacts tens of thousands of organizations in a wide range of industries by increasing revenue, reducing operational costs, and improving customer experiences. Founded in 1998, Barcoding is headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, with offices across the United States, and is a proud sponsor of the #SupplyChainGeek Network.For more information, visit www.barcoding.com.
News Article | June 27, 2017
Premium charging technology company's customized tables, lockers and portable trailers provides added value for venues -- POWER UP™ (a Barcoding, Inc. Company), the industry's premium charging technology company, announces today that it will be showcasing its latest innovative venue and luxury suite solutions at the 27annual Association of Luxury Suite Directors (ALSD) Conference and Tradeshow. At the event, which is scheduled to take place July 10 toJuly 13, 2017 at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel, tradeshow guests will be able to learn about, and test, POWER UP's high-quality, cutting-edge technology. This technology enhances the fan experience, drives engagement and promotes team branding.The annual ALSD Conference and Tradeshow is aimed at informing premium seating professionals and suppliers of how to provide their clients with superior service, state of the art amenities and an exceptional fan experience. Attendees and target audiences include: major league teams from the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL and MLS, college venues with premium seating, minor league venues, large racing venues (horse and auto racing), performing arts centers, food and beverage providers, IT venue departments and venue and supplier companies. POWER UP™ plans to present ten custom high top tables and a coffee table for attendees to experience first-hand the service and experience they can provide premium seat clients.Ryan E. Doak, Co-founder, POWER UP™, said, "We're excited to be attending the 27annual ALSD Conference and Tradeshow this year and to be showcasing our cutting-edge, high-quality charging technology. Attendees will see how our value-added solutions can help their clients stay connected in the moments that matter while enhancing their venue amenities and brand. It's a win-win for all parties."For more information on the ALSD Conference and Tradeshow, please visit: https://alsd.com/ content/2017- alsd-conference- and-tradeshow . To schedule a booth visit (booth #704) and/or interview with POWER UP experts™, media should contact Laura Asendio at 240-686-1000 or email@example.com.POWER UP™ is the industry's premium charging technology company. Our mission is to connect moments that matter for companies, events, and facilities whose guests and customers depend on a fully charged device. Proudly manufactured in Baltimore, Maryland, POWER UP™ innovation transforms device charging into lasting relationships and exceptional experiences for our clients' brands and users. To learn more visit us at www.powerupconnect.com
News Article | November 30, 2016
— According to a recent market report published by Future Market Insights titled, “Barcode Printers Market - Global Industry Analysis & Opportunity Assessment, 2016-2026,” revenue generated from sales of barcode printers globally is estimated to be valued at US$ 2,758.0 Mn and pegged at 3,086.8 ‘000 units by 2016 end. It is expected to increase at a CAGR of 7.4% over the forecast period (2016–2026), to be valued at US$ 5,656.1 Mn by 2026 end. In terms of volume, the global barcode printers market is projected to be pegged at 5,384.3 ‘000 units by 2026 end, expanding at a CAGR of 5.7% over the forecast period. Barcode printer is defined as an electronic device designed specifically for printing of barcodes. The working principle and built of a barcode printer is slightly different from computer printers as it uses ribbons and labels working in tandem to get a barcode printed. Barcode printers usually don’t have programmable logic controllers on their own, but rely on an external computer system. Growth in the manufacturing sector is reviving after the 2008 economic crisis. Automation and streamlining of manufacturing processes are being adopted by a large number of manufacturing companies worldwide to reduce time and material wastage, thereby improving efficiency and output. Barcoding is one such technique that is increasingly being adopted. This process has reduced production time considerably in the manufacturing process, thereby driving demand for barcode printers. Barcodes have become the de facto standard for product information storing and labelling. Retailers worldwide use barcodes for hassle-free recording of supplies and commodities and their sale to customers. Barcodes imprinted on labels are stuck to the products and they record information about the product count, date of manufacture, date supplied to the retailer, selling price, etc. When these products are scanned, the information is retrieved and monitored. This entire process, which is achieved within a matter of seconds, not only increases efficiency but also minimizes errors. This has helped retailers record their products and inventory on shop floors and warehouses. However, threat of RFID tags as substitutes to barcode labels and low compatibility of barcode printers with different operating systems act as restraints in the global barcode printers market. The market is categorically divided into six segments based on printer type, printing technology, consumables, application, distribution channel, and region. The printer type segment of the barcode printers market includes Desktop Barcode Printer, Industrial Barcode Printer, Mobile Barcode Printer and Others. On the basis of printing technology, the market has been divided into Thermal Transfer, Direct Thermal, Dot Matrix, Laser and Ink Jet. On the basis of Distribution Channel, the market is segmented as Direct-to-End User, Direct-to-OEM, Dealer/Distributor and Systems Integrator. On the basis of application, the market has been divided into industrial/manufacturing, transportation/logistics, retail, healthcare, government and commercial services. Preview on Barcode Printers Market By Segmentation By Printer Type - Desktop Barcode Printers, Industrial Barcode Printers and Mobile Barcode Printers, By Printing Technology - Thermal Transfer, Direct Thermal, Dot Matrix and Laser, By Consumables - Ribbons, Wax Ribbons, Wax/Resin Ribbons and Resin Ribbons, By Application - Industrial/Manufacturing, Transportation/Logistics, Retail, Healthcare and Commercial Services, By Distribution Channels - Direct-To-End User, Direct-To-OEM and Others: http://www.futuremarketinsights.com/reports/barcode-printers-market The Industrial Barcode Printer segment holds the highest market share of 46.1% closely followed by Desktop Barcode Printer in the Barcode Printers Market. The Industrial Barcode Printer segment is also expected to dominate in the forecast period with a CAGR of 8.3% due to a preference of sturdy and rugged barcode printers with higher productivity. Thermal Transfer segment holds the highest market share amongst all with 62.8% and is expected to improve further in the forecast period owing to very less cost involved, while Dot Matrix, Laser and Ink Jet printing technologies are least preferred technologies and are on the verge of being phased out. Dealer/Distributor is the most preferred supply channel and is expected to dominate in the future due to higher distribution efficiency, low supply costs and faster delivery times. North America and Western Europe are the most promising regions for the growth of the market owing to higher preference of barcoding technology in different applications, while the market in the Latin America region is on a slow and stagnant growth due to low adoption of barcoding technology. The growth of the Barcode Printers market in APEJ region may also grow at a slower pace due to saturation and slow down of manufacturing sector in China. Major players identified in the Barcode Printers market are Zebra Technologies Corporation, Avery Dennison Corporation, Oki Electric Industry Co., Ltd., Toshiba TEC Corporation, and Honeywell International, Inc. committing a combined market share of over 50%. Other major players are SATO Holdings Corporation, Printronix, Inc. and TSC Auto Id Technology Co., Ltd. supplying to various end use industries and sectors. For more information, please visit http://www.futuremarketinsights.com/reports/barcode-printers-market
News Article | February 24, 2017
DENVER, COLORADO--(Marketwired - Feb. 24, 2017) - TrackX Holdings Inc. (TSX VENTURE:TKX) ("TrackX" or the "Company"), announced today its partnership with Barcoding, Inc. ("Barcoding"), the leader in supply chain efficiency, accuracy and connectivity. With thousands of customers and more than 20 years of experience in the delivery of auto-id and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) solutions, Barcoding focuses on the design, deployment and support of fully integrated enterprise asset tracking solutions. The core markets serviced by Barcoding include retail, distribution, manufacturing, healthcare and logistics for an extensive Fortune 500 company customer base. Barcoding is a premier partner with the most prominent providers of unique item level tracking, and offers enterprise mobility and deployment management services to its thousands of customers throughout North America. With customers in the same industries, Barcoding will expedite TrackX implementations to its large customer base while presenting new opportunities beneficial for both companies. Jay Steinmetz, CEO of Barcoding, Inc., said, "The demand for cloud-based, enterprise-scalable asset tracking and inventory management solutions is increasing at a rapid rate. Through our TrackX partnership, Barcoding is able to expand our service offerings with solutions to address this demand and deliver significant value to our customers. TrackX will expand upon its implementation capacity and be in a position to accelerate deployments across a growing number of Fortune 500 customers by tapping into the resources and capability provided by Barcoding." "Barcoding has acute knowledge in the utilization of scanning and IIoT solutions which incorporate auto-id technologies such as RFID, GPS and the emerging world of sensors," said Tim Harvie, president and CEO, TrackX. "As a value-added reseller and systems integrator, Barcoding has the expertise and geographical coverage to support the delivery of TrackX solutions across a growing customer base in the US and Canada. This mutually beneficial partnership provides a strong catalyst for TrackX revenue growth moving forward." Barcoding, Inc. is a systems integrator specializing in the development, deployment, and management of enterprise-wide solutions that drive efficiency, accuracy, and connectivity. With dedicated practices in Supply Chain Architecture and Analytics, Automatic Identification (AIDC), Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), Consumables, Software, and Professionals Services, Barcoding impacts tens of thousands of organizations in a wide range of industries by increasing revenue, reducing operational costs, and improving customer experiences. Founded in 1998, Barcoding is headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, with offices across the United States. For more information, visit www.barcoding.com. TrackX also announces that Robb James, former Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, has left the Company. The Company thanks Mr. James for his service and wishes him the best in his future endeavors. TrackX, based in Denver, Colorado, is an enterprise Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) software platform provider leveraging multiple auto-ID technologies for the comprehensive management of physical assets. TrackX's Global Asset Management for the Enterprise (G.A.M.E.) enables the IIoT by providing unique item level tracking, workflow processing, event management, alerts and powerful analytics to deliver solutions across a growing number of industries. This platform creates unprecedented visibility and business intelligence of man-to-machine and machine-to-machine interaction. TrackX delivers significant value to a growing list of Fortune 500 companies and for customers in industries such as transportation, beverage, brewery, healthcare, hi-tech, hospitality, mining, agriculture, horticulture, manufacturing and government. Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulations Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release. CAUTIONARY STATEMENT REGARDING FORWARD-LOOKING INFORMATION: This news release includes certain "forward-looking statements" under applicable Canadian securities legislation. Forward looking statements are necessarily based upon a number of estimates and assumptions that, while considered reasonable, are subject to known and unknown risks, uncertainties, and other factors which may cause the actual results and future events to differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. All statements that address future plans, activities, events or developments that the Company believes, expects or anticipates will or may occur including the Company's anticipated pipeline and value of current and customer deployments and future opportunities are the managements best estimates and cannot be guaranteed or relied upon and is forward-looking information. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Accordingly, readers should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements. The Company disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements in this news release, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as required by law.
Barcoding | Date: 2010-05-24
An RFID-based data collection, correlation and transmission system and method carried out thereby is provided. The system, which comprises one or more RFID-readers, a radio frequency identification (RFID) recognition and control component. a storage device interface, a portable and/or internal data storage device in communication with the storage device interface, one or more antennas, and a configuration and command component, is operable to collect data of interest from detected RFID tags, and detect and identify system participants and data related thereto. In addition, the system is operable to correlate potential data of interest, such as product advertising information, to the detected system participants, and transmit the data of interest to the system participants via numerous methods of communication. Thus, the system provides a means of highly targeted information distribution, as well as providing user reports valuable in future planning.
Barcoding | Date: 2015-09-10
Disclosed are devices, systems, apparatus, methods, products, and other implementations, including a method that includes obtaining biometric data of a user, and generating instruction data, presentable on a user interface, based on data relating to one or more activities to be completed by the user and based on the biometric data of the user. In some embodiments, obtaining the biometric data may include measuring one or more of, for example, heart rate, blood pressure, blood oxygen level, temperature, speech-related attributes, breath, and/or eye behavior.
Barcoding | Date: 2011-12-20
A system for identifying medication in the form of pills, capsules or tablets, and communicating medicine dosage and intake instructions to a user, Utilizing Radio Frequency Identification Devices (RFID) and optical recognition technology. The RFID is performed by labeling a medicine container with a tag containing a unique identifier, associating the unique identifier with an audio file comprising instructions related to medicine usage, and delivering the audio file to an electromagnetic wave-enabled device. A wireless device, such as a mobile telephone or PDA, via a service, plays an audio and/or vibrational file associated with the unique identifier when the RFID tag is read by the device. The mobile device has a camera therein and is operable to capture an image of the pill, capsule or tablet and, via execution of optical recognition software, identify the pill, tablet or capsule, and verify the identity thereof.