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The COVID-19 pandemic has had significant effects on business, the most serious of which is employees having to work from home and the global labor shortage. During lockdown periods, field operators face serious challenges regarding on-site practice and support.
Barcodes are ubiquitous, store a lot of information, and speed transaction processing. If a barcode is not readable by the next scanner in the process, all the benefits are lost. If it is a QR code connecting a consumer with a company, the link is lost.
The World Health Organization celebrates World Health Day annually on April 7. The healthcare industry is one of the key verticals we serve.
In March, we upgraded our award-winning Printronix Auto ID T6000e enterprise industrial printer adding integrated RFID and barcode inspection capabilities.
Barcode technology has been a massive success since its introduction to the retail space in 1974 when a pack of Wrigley’s chewing gum became the first commercial item scanned using a barcode. Since then, barcodes have become truly universal.
For the past year, TSC Printronix Auto ID has been working in partnership with SOTI, a world leader in mobile and IoT device management, to provide mobile and IoT solutions to customers.
The world is facing an unprecedented global effort to create, distribute, and administer COVID-19 vaccines. As pharmaceutical companies rush to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine around the world, the supply chain needs to be prepared to deliver billions of vaccines in a short amount of time.
Thermal barcode printers are frequently used in mission-critical manufacturing and warehouse environments. Regularly cleaning your printer improves performance and reduces downtime. As we approach spring, we recommend that you add your thermal printer to your spring cleaning checklist.
Does your company or institution have numerous assets such as laptops, servers, equipment racks, handheld computers, high-value tools, and other hardware? Is it difficult to keep track of these assets? Where are they? Who has which asset?