Barcode and Warehouse Management
Barcode Systems is an effective tool that can be used to address specific, localized problems or integrated into organization-wide information systems. With thought and planning, they can save time and reduce errors, resulting in a reduction of costs.
Sage 100 Barcode Solutions
Scanco Warehouse is the newest in a line of products that provides intelligent warehouse automation to Sage 100 without the hassles of purchasing expensive equipment to drive it. By utilizing cloud technology, the Scanco Warehouse Client interacts with your Sage 100 server to allow real-time validation, lightning fast response and much more.
ScanForce is the leading barcode scanning and mobile Warehouse & Sales Automation Solution for Sage 100. For over 15 years, ScanForce has been focused on helping Sage 100 clients manage their warehouse and business operations more effectively through the use of bar codes and mobile devices. ScanForce is the only Sage Certified Solution for your warehouse and sales automation needs.
For the 1st time allow your users to work on or offline with an app downloaded directly from iTunes or Google Play and fully integrated to Sage 100. Manage your warehouse on-premise with the most advanced technology in the Sage 100 market.
Sage 300 Barcode Solutions
The AutoSimply Barcode Warehouse is a Sage 300 SDK’s Development Application with the Latest Web Service Technology. It is updated 100% online and fully compatible with Sage 300. With AutoSimply, all the inventory movement, shipment, receipt, return and transfer could now be recorded by Barcode Device and updated on-line with the backend Sage 300 ERP system.
Benefits of Barcode Software
Barcodes offer a reliable way to accurately read encoded information, the technology reduces the possibility of human error. Workers can instantly identify packages and products with a high rate of accuracy.
Barcodes significantly speed the process of registering packages. In a retail environment, for example, clerks can use barcode technology to ring up dozens or even hundreds of products within minutes. In the transportation industry, sophisticated barcode scanners can instantly read package information from hundreds of coded packages as the boxes make their way down conveyor belts.
Warehouses can scan barcodes on packages as they enter and exit the facility to maintain a record of every package housed at the warehouse. When these packages arrive at retailers, store staff can scan the products as they go and compare records. Similarly, transportation companies can scan package barcodes when accepting cargo, then scan the packages again when delivering it.
Small businesses can download barcode fonts from the Internet, often for free, and begin labeling packages and inventory. Many smartphones now include apps that scan and interpret barcodes, and users can download barcode applications for free from a number of sources. In a large organization, barcode technology can be significantly cheaper to deploy than other inventory control methods.