With a well-designed label, a product can fly off the shelves. But there’s a lot to think about when working out how to put together this core part of your packaging, and also plenty of room for mistakes to be made.
To avoid this, here are the most important things to keep in mind when you’re developing new product labels, and why they matter.
Right now is a great time to be alive, isn’t it? I mean, we have so much technology that makes life easier. Not only that, but it reduces the amount of time it takes to perform simple, mundane tasks. With this in mind, it’s good to step back every now and then and think about things we take for granted. Then we can acknowledge how good life is because of them. One of those things I’d like to talk about right now is effective inventory management software.
While many companies still aren’t taking advantage of it to the fullest, ones that are using it can easily forget how hard it was to manage inventory without it. So let’s go through a brief history of inventory management to see what an amazing invention inventory management software truly is.
Barcodes are so mysterious, aren’t they? Just one little scan with a red line of the barcode reader, and suddenly you have a bunch of information on a screen. The information includes that product’s price, description, location, and much more. All of this begs the question: how does such a little barcode store so much information? If you have ever been curious about that question, you are about to learn the answer. So exciting!
Managing a warehouse can be a complex job if you don’t have the right tools. Most likely, there are large quantities of items that need to be tracked. Here are some of the tools that can assist you with your warehouse supply shipments.(more…)
Like the Asset Tracking articles that we talked about last week, the ones in the Inventory Barcode Software category are also more than 1,000 words in length. There are five of them and they all reveal something interesting about how barcodes and inventory barcode software can help many types of businesses track their inventory.Click the following links to read these articles:(more…)
In order to scan barcodes, you must first have the barcodes themselves. That is what barcode printers are for. You can also use them to print price labels and tags. Each one of the devices listed below has a print resolution of 203 dots per inch (or DPI) and a maximum print width of 4.09 inches. In addition to the barcode printers themselves, when you purchase one you will also receive their power supply and USB cable.The main thing that makes these devices distinct from each other is the rate of speed at which they can print. (more…)
There are three barcode tablets that work seamlessly with Fishbowl software. Each one of these barcode tablets includes the Windows 10 Professional operating system, along with a power brick and cord.Check out some of their specifications below, and click the link above to get the full specs and pricing information on all of them. (more…)
Fishbowl software works well with barcodes, and the logical extension of that is that you also need to have physical barcode scanners in order to scan the actual barcodes.These pocket scanners may be small, but they pack a wallop in what they can do. You can carry them around in your pocket or your hand as you walk through the warehouse, and they can handle plenty of rugged use.(more…)
Mobile scanner kits are an important tool because they offer a lot of options to help you scan items’ barcodes and integrate the data you scan with Fishbowl Manufacturing and Fishbowl Warehouse.As their name suggests, mobile scanner kits include more than just a barcode scanner. They have a number of hardware pieces that will come in handy as you use these devices on a daily basis.(more…)