Retail & Hospitality

Scan to Print


Technology has always been a defining factor in business development. The company with the best and most compatible technology leads the market. It is no different in the barcode industry. have revolutionized everything from inventory keeping loyalty programs. With such a great demand for this innovative technology, advances have come to support and simplify the entire barcode experience. For instance, Code is an industry leader in integrating Bluetooth® technology with barcode reading, allowing barcode scanners to be paired with mobile printers.

The ability to scan and print labels and receipts on demand not only streamlines an otherwise bulky workflow but also ensures accuracy and functionality. Mobile scan to print capabilities increase productivity, provide accuracy, and create workflow versatility while meeting consumers mobile expectations. Efficient products (e.g. power devices) also helps keep investment costs down so a variety of can take advantage of new technology.


No longer tethered to a station, scan to print devices allow users exciting opportunities to expand beyond the workstation. Through Bluetooth® capabilities Code barcode readers have the ability to transmit encrypted data up to 30 feet to a host computer or system. Without the hassle of bulky equipment and cords, labels and receipts can be printed on the spot for a streamlined, efficient process.

On demand to print capabilities are accessible for any situation. Whether it is at the ticket counter or the retail sales floor, labels and receipts are available when the customer is ready. Mobile printers are smaller and more convenient than ever before. According to Citizen Systems these devices are“packed with user-friendly features such as quick change, no-jam, drop-in media loading. These portable units deliver fast, on-the-spot service of labels or receipts.”


Efficiency Throuch Power Management

Regardless of its features, a device without power is useless. From plug in chargers to exchangeable battery cartridges, mobile printers are rapidly improving power management capabilities.

Code’s readers have power management technology to ensure productivity without the hassle of battery outages, bulky equipment, or overly expensive implementation costs.

Code’s cabled readers consume very little power, limiting the battery drain on mobile devices, kiosks, and POS systems. This power overall costs when deployed throughout an operation. Code wireless readers have replaceable, long-life battery cartridges, allowing readers to be used for more than a complete shift at the highest use rate. With these flexible options, there are a Code device and a mobile printer with the flexibility and power needs for any scan to print working environment.


How do you sell a product you can't locate? You don't. It is not uncommon to have inventory in numerous locations, but it does add another level of complexity to inventory tracking. This occurs often in mobile service industries like plumbing and electrical, also in less mobile industries like retail and medical.

In the plumbing industry, numerous customer repair calls are being met at once. Therefore it is crucial all field service reps have adequate inventory in their vehicles. By scanning the bar code of the items being used for the repairs, the truck's inventory is quickly adjusted. If an item is running low, they can locate a facility or another vehicle, view their inventory level and head there for restocking.

On the human capital management side, Code's bar code can be customized to track the location of employees and the speed in which they are carrying out their responsibilities. This customization can measure the speed in which inventory is being counted, which also provides the location of the employee. Capitalizing on human capital increases the efficiency of workflow, while expanding resources to accomplish other tasks.

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