Bar Code Software Review
Today, it is hard to imagine entering a retail store and not seeing the
extensive use of bar code technology on the tags, bags, cartons and boxes
If you want your business to operate smoothly and with little or no errors
at customer checkout time, then bar coding is a necessity for your business....
and so is ManageMore's Barcode Pro™.
What exactly is a bar code and what are its benefits?
A bar code is basically a graphical representation for a series of
numbers or letters. Using a special scanning device designed to interpret
this graphical image (a.k.a. bar code scanner), one can simply scan a bar
code and its numeric/alphanumeric value is sent to the instrument (usually
a computer) requesting the information. The bar code acts as a unique
code to represent a labeled product, document, Id card, badge, etc.
Eliminate costly data entry errors through accurate scanning.
With our Bar code software, you will dramatically lower your chances of data
entry errors. Bar coded labels can be generated for a variety of applications
(including inventory items and Id cards) so that typing of critical information
Improve efficiency during the point-of-sale. Bar code labeled items
are much quicker to enter on an invoice and make the sales process go much
smoother. If you have ever purchased groceries, you know what we mean
Speed up mail delivery to your customers. Whether you are
printing mailing labels or running customer statements, our barcode software
will utilize the U.S. Post Office's Postnet barcode to print above the customer
mailing address. This helps the USPS deliver mail twice as fast to the
customer, which in turn will give you twice as fast of a mailing response.
Enter customer mailed payments in record time. Leveraging
this high performance technology, Barcode Pro will print specially coded bar
codes on customer statements which dramatically improves data entry efforts
when receiving hundreds of mailed-in payments at a time. Payments can
be processed without ever typing a key; by only utilizing the customer barcode
remitted portion of their statement. With this clever technique, one
can expect batch payment processing to be reduced by as much as ten times
what you are currently experiencing. Data entry personnel only need
to key-in the small fraction of payments missing the remittance stub or not
being paid in full (typically less than 10% of the mail).