Instantly Scan Barcodes with Your Mobile Device Like A Pro

There are about 40 distinct varieties of 1D, 2D, and stacked linear barcodes available. Our supported symbologies are an excellent solution for a wide range of use cases in retail, logistics, and last-mile delivery.

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Our Range of Services

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Scanner App

An application that can scan barcodes, gather data, and upload that data to a database can be downloaded for use on mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets, and rugged mobile PCs.

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Cloud-based Administration
and Management Portal

The cloud-based barcode system can be used to centrally manage app users, configure data collection workflows for your barcode scanning devices, store, organize, export.

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Scan, Validate
& Connect

A simple scanning of barcodes is possible. Compare scans to an already existing database to ensure accuracy. Send the scanned data up to the cloud, where it will be available for export in CSV format or via the API.

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No-Code or
Low-Code Configuration

Within the web interface, barcode scanning operations may be instantly configured without the need for any coding to be done. You are able to design a number of different processes for your company and then assign those workflows to individual barcode scanning equipment.

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An Explanation of Barcodes, Including Their Function, Advantages and Applications

There are barcodes on everything. They are located in the cupboards in the kitchen, on the counter in the bathroom, and stacked on the bookshelves in the living room. Consumers are so accustomed to barcodes that they are able to scan them in order to complete their own checkout at the grocery store. Barcodes have grown so ubiquitous that they are sometimes overlooked because of their pervasiveness.

Since its creation more than seven decades ago, barcodes have evolved into an indispensable instrument for companies seeking to improve the effectiveness of their inventory control and sales operations as well as monitor the progression of their items through the supply chain. This technology has shown to be essential to the success of many organizations; nevertheless, very few firms stop to consider whether or not they are making the most of the low bar code.

Highlights About Barcodes

Barcodes encode product information into bars and alphanumeric letters, which makes it faster and easier to ring up things at a store or maintain inventory in a warehouse. Barcodes are typically seen on the back of product packaging.

In addition to their simplicity of use and quickness, bar codes offer significant benefits to businesses in the areas of accuracy, inventory control, and cost savings.

There are various variations of barcodes, but they can all be broken down into two distinct categories: linear codes and matrix codes. Examples of linear codes are the Universal Product Code (UPC) and the Electronic Article Number (EAN).

There is a minimal entry barrier for barcoding because all a company needs to get started is a printer, a scanner, and some basic inventory management software.

Perform Scans Using a Wide Range of Different Devices

Because of our years of expertise as well as our familiarity with the specialized technologies and safety regulations of many industries, we are capable of developing software of any level of complexity.


iOS and Android OS


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Scan Sleds

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Mobile Computers

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Enterprise Scanners

iOS and Android OS


iOS and Android OS

Bluetooth / USB Scanning Accessories

iOS and Android OS

Mac and PC

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Barcode Scanner App

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Rapid Barcode Scanning

Scan barcodes quickly and precisely using the device’s camera, imager, or a Bluetooth scanning attachment.

Real-Time Scanning Validation

Validate barcode scans against a cloud-based database or a database on your device. With each scan, collect form data. Increase user participation by using data gathering forms and inquiries.

Showcase Your Brand

If you upload your logo to our website, it will be prominently displayed within the barcode scanner software. You also have sophisticated capabilities for customizing the application’s branding with HTML and contextual variables.

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Frequently Asked Questions

In its most basic form, a barcode is a method for encoding information in the form of a visual pattern that can be read by a machine. The diverse combinations of white and black bars (elements) reflect the various text characters that are encoded using the predetermined algorithm for that particular type of barcode. If you alter the order in which the elements are presented, you will obtain a new text. This checkerboard pattern of black and white is scanned by a barcode scanner, which then causes it to be converted into a string of text that a computer can comprehend.

One-dimensional barcodes, or 1D barcodes, can have anywhere from 20 to 25 characters, but two-dimensional barcodes can have as many as 2,000 characters. The most important logistical problem is that the size of the barcode will rise proportionately with the quantity of information that is encoded inside it. This is especially true for one-dimensional barcodes (1D), where the majority of individuals encode between 8 and 15 characters.

When employing a 2D code, barcodes can be as small as a square one-eighth of an inch in size, but they can come in a wide variety of sizes. To create such a small code, however, will restrict the number of characters you can use and will necessitate the use of a label printer with a high resolution in order to guarantee that the quality of the print can still be read by a scanner. This trade-off is inevitable given the nature of the task. When a code is reduced in size, it becomes increasingly harder to decipher.

No, the response to this inquiry about barcodes is posed very frequently. There are a lot of older barcode scanners that utilize lasers as their light source. However, these lasers are Class 1 lasers, which are the safest form of lasers. In point of fact, CD players (remember when they were popular? ), along with other types of optical disc drives, employ Class 1 lasers.


Even though optical or image-based scanning technology is used by the majority of current devices to read barcodes, there is still a role for devices that utilize laser technology. The most common uses are industrial, such as in sortation plants, where laser-based devices perform very well while scanning barcodes from a greater distance. In general, lasers have been removed from locations like retail stores where customers may readily get their hands on them.

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