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Singapore's No.1 Barcode and QR Code Management Software

Create barcodes and QR codes on products, storage bins, ID cards, packaging, documents, etc. Automatically with the complete Barcode System.

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The Benefits of Barcode Inventory System

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Full Traceability

You can track the location, quantities and condition of your assets/inventory any time & any where.

Barcode Inventory system

Easier Identification Process

Check the authenticity of your documents by creating different barcodes. Scan them with an RFID scanner.

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Fast & Accurate Verification

With our Barcode System, item verification can be done faster and with high accuracy.

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Easy Barcode Generation

You can create and modify various barcode formulas for various items to make product tracking easier.

The Main Features

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Product & Location Barcode

Formulate barcodes for various products as well as storage bins for easy search of goods in stores/warehouses.

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Batch & Serial Number Barcode

Create serial numbers for tracking items individually or batch numbers for tracking items in groups.

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ID Card
Barcode

Create barcodes for employees, members, visitors, customer or even clients' ID cards in just a few minutes.

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Asset Barcode

Mark each asset in your company or property with a barcode/QR code for easier location & ownership tracking.

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Packaging Barcode

Detailed analytical reports help you estimate and analyze the data and improve your procedures.

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Document Barcode

To identify their authenticity, you can also create barcodes/QR codes for various important documents such as contracts or customers' invoices.

Barcode Inventory System Integration

HRM System

Integration with the HRM System helps streamline ID card generation & employee attendance recording through complete data.

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Accounting System

The Accounting System will make it easier for the finance department to process vendor invoice payments after the verification.

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Inventory Management System

Connect with the Inventory Management System to make an internal transfer of products easier.

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Document Management System

Add the Document Management System to your Barcode Software to store & manage various documents which have barcodes/QR codes.

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FAQs

Frequently asked questions about our software solutions.

We provide various types of support, from free consultations and blueprints to training and user manuals, ensuring that your software is runs smoothly.
Our solutions are very comprehensive and designed for 15 industries. Our ERP system offers unlimited user licenses. Therefore, it can be used by everyone in your company at no additional cost.
We provide ready-made software that continually improves our development team. However, our software can also be tailored to meet the unique requirements of each of our clients.
Yes, our software has a mobile version to help you run your business better. Our mobile apps cover various functions, depending on the modules you are using.
EQUIP is web-based ERP software that can be run through the internet on any mobile device via any web browser.
We use PostgreSQL database management system, which ensures data security and scalable performance for many of simultaneous users.
We use Python, one of the most popular programming languages, to develop our software programs.
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WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF USING A
Barcode System IN LOGISTIC ACTIVITIES?

Accuracy: By eliminating manual product information entry at receiving with barcodes, there are significantly fewer potential for error. Associates only need to swipe the barcode across the scanner, whether it is at a warehouse or a retail store. Barcode mistakes are incredibly uncommon.

Real-time data: When an employee scans a barcode, the enterprise resource planning (ERP) or business management system of the organization instantly updates inventory and sales figures. As a result, a corporation may immediately determine important indicators like inventory turn, value of inventory on hand, or sales per week by item because it always has access to the most recent data.

Reduced training: Since barcodes and scanners are often self-explanatory, new hires don't need much time to learn how to operate them effectively at the checkout counter. The need for institutional knowledge and memory is also significantly diminished by barcodes. For example, a worker at a grocery shop can be effective without being familiar with the codes for well-liked items.

Inventory control: Barcodes help with inventory control by streamlining the process and cutting back on irrational purchases of goods. When evaluating inventory positions or demand trends, employees may always discover the most recent information, enabling them to make better judgments about purchasing and discounting. As a result, carrying costs for both current and obsolete inventories are reduced, increasing long-term profitability.

Low cost: Compared to systems that give equal benefits, barcodes require a far less initial investment, making them an excellent bargain. For a modest cost, businesses can produce a limited number of barcodes for internal usage, and as their demands expand, the cost of the enabling technology stays affordable.

Barcode scanners read, scan or capture line codes into electronic data and send them to the computer. Then the computer changes it to information that can be read by us quickly and accurately.

A scanner is used to read one-dimensional barcodes today. A laser is sent out by this scanner, and it picks up the pattern. A portion of the light that the laser of a specific frequency passes over the barcode absorbs, while the remainder reflects.

Even though a computer can outperform the human brain in many areas, it can only understand binary, or base 10; 0s and 1s. This is one of the key explanations behind a barcode's appearance. Consider black and white as 0s and 1s, or on and off, respectively.

The barcode system is a series of line codes found on the outside page of the product to scan and read product information. The barcode system is able to provide complete information data such as the production code, expiration date, and prices recorded in the computer system. Later the barcode will be scanned using a laser and display all the information listed on the computer.

Barcode scan application is an important thing that the company must use to view product information in full and accurately. The company does not need to include information details on the product. This is because with the scan barcode application, the company only needs to scan the barcode contained in the product page which will later display all important information in it.

Because they are relieved of the need to translate by carefully examining the meaning of each line on the goods, operators, and cashiers can complete their tasks more quickly and easily. When opposed to the conventional or old method, repeatedly entering data does not need a lot of energy. This makes the system acceptable for use in stores to aid in calculations.

Industries that have used many barcodes are manufacturing, warehousing, distribution services, retail, transportation, publishing or library. In addition, Events, travel, movies, Advertising, Games, Tracking food intake, Art and pop culture, and Tracking products.

Therefore, barcodes are found on not only household items that come from supermarkets or retail stores, but licenses, rental cars, checked luggage and hospital bands. In each case, they identify a product or person and encode important details.

Accuracy: By eliminating manual product information entry at receiving with barcodes, there are significantly fewer potential for error. Associates only need to swipe the barcode across the scanner, whether it is at a warehouse or a retail store. Barcode mistakes are incredibly uncommon. Real-time data: When an employee scans a barcode, the enterprise resource planning (ERP) or business management system of the organization instantly updates inventory and sales figures. As a result, a corporation may immediately determine important indicators like inventory turn, value of inventory on hand, or sales per week by item because it always has access to the most recent data.

Reduced training: Since barcodes and scanners are often self-explanatory, new hires don't need much time to learn how to operate them effectively at the checkout counter. The need for institutional knowledge and memory is also significantly diminished by barcodes. For example, a worker at a grocery shop can be effective without being familiar with the codes for well-liked items.

Inventory control: Barcodes help with inventory control by streamlining the process and cutting back on irrational purchases of goods. When evaluating inventory positions or demand trends, employees may always discover the most recent information, enabling them to make better judgments about purchasing and discounting. As a result, carrying costs for both current and obsolete inventories are reduced, increasing long-term profitability.

Low cost: Compared to systems that give equal benefits, barcodes require a far less initial investment, making them an excellent bargain. For a modest cost, businesses can produce a limited number of barcodes for internal usage, and as their demands expand, the cost of the enabling technology stays affordable.

Stores need individual barcodes for each product, not each item. Otherwise, you may find yourself in a confusing mess when it comes to product distribution, inventory management and sales tracking.

For example, if you have 100 dog collars, they will all receive the same barcode. You don't need 100 unique barcodes for each collar.

Product division is very important in assigning barcodes. Product divisions that are too broad for barcodes and you lose visibility at the individual product type level. Too narrow, and you create unnecessary data segmentation and waste barcodes.

Reusing barcodes is a big no-no unless you are doing a process or a second batch of products that were barcoded before. In every other scenario, a new barcode is required.

Reasons why retailers may be tempted to reuse barcodes include reduced short-term effort and perceived cost savings. Some businesses by default use barcodes like internal SKUs: instead of assigning products with unique barcodes, they group products into larger categories and assign barcodes that are reused on restocking.

This approach leads to manual data entry. The only way to differentiate products in a large group requires store staff to enter specific details about the product or refer to other documentation about price, size, or color, for example. The whole purpose of barcodes is to do the work for you—to represent product data and automate the checkout process.

The fundamental downside to reusing barcodes and taking a manual approach is the lack of product and inventory visibility. When retailers use barcodes in the way they were designed to be used, you have unique tracking for each product across all sales channels and store locations and between various steps in the supply chain.

The Barcode System is a series of line codes found on the outer page of the product to scan and read product information. The barcode system is able to provide complete information data such as production codes, expiration dates, and prices recorded in the computer system. Later the barcode will be scanned using a laser and displays all the information printed on the computer.

The barcode scan application is an important thing that companies must use to view complete and accurate product information. Companies do not need to include detailed information on products. This is because with the barcode scan application, companies only need to scan the barcode on the product page which will display all important information in it.

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