Digitize – Connect – Transform

Products and Standards

Our products range from linear and 2D barcodes to databar and postal codes.

Our products includes but not limited to:

  • EAN 13, EAN 8, UPC-A, UPC-E
  • Code 128, EAN/UCC-128
  • Code 2 of 5 Interleaved, Industry, Standard
  • QR-Code
  • Micro QR-Code
  • PDF417, PDF417 Truncated
  • Aztec Code
  • Maxicode
  • USPS Intelligent Mail® Barcode
  • Royal Mail 4 State

Coding and identification

Since we are a revolutionary business, we constantly look for new ways to enhance our products and services. We are particularly interested in RFID and barcode coding for identification systems.

Radio Frequency Identification is referred to as RFID. It is a technology that locates and tracks objects using radio waves. RFID tags can be attached to items like shipping containers or embedded in items like luggage. The RFID reader can read the tag’s distinctive identification if the RFID tag is in its line of sight. The object can then be found or its data can be retrieved using this pointer.

An efficient replacement for content tracking and identification is barcode coding. An optical code that can be read by a barcode scanner is a barcode. Barcodes can be used to identify products, packages, and other items. It can also be used to keep an eye on how products are moving along the supply chain.

We are developing new RFID and barcode coding systems to offer our customers more precise and effective identification and tracking solutions. With this new initiative, we hope to serve our clients better and make their lives easier.

Importance of 

Barcode registering

Registering barcodes can offer several benefits, including:

1. Product identification and tracking: Barcode registration enables unique identification and tracking of products throughout the supply chain, making inventory management and logistics more efficient.

2. Counterfeit prevention: By registering barcodes, companies can protect their products from counterfeiting, as the authenticity of each item can be verified through the registered barcode.

3. Improved product visibility: Registering barcodes allows products to be easily searchable and discoverable in online marketplaces and retail systems, enhancing their visibility and potential for sales.

4. Enhanced customer experience: Registered barcodes can enable quick and accurate product information retrieval, helping customers make informed purchasing decisions and enhancing their overall shopping experience.

5. Data analytics and insights: By capturing barcode data, businesses can analyze sales patterns, consumer behavior, and inventory levels, enabling them to make data-driven decisions for better operational efficiency and profitability.

It’s important to note that the specific benefits may vary depending on the industry, business requirements, and barcode registration system used.

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