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Top 3 concerns about security and mobile barcoding

  RFgen dives into the 3 top concerns that companies have with security and mobile barcoding. Security is and should be top of mind for organization leaders. “Research shows that cybercrime could cost the world $10.5 trillion by 2025, with an average cost of a data breach coming in at $3.86 million in 2020. Companies […]


How enterprise labeling can provide efficiency

Enterprise labeling provides our customers with standards for implementing labeling initiatives, providing changes and modifications from a central labeling group, and having those changes flow immediately to production.  Enterprise labeling provides flexibility, consistency, and continuity for your company’s labeling requirements. The labeling approach you choose is as unique as your company, but a few things […]


3 reasons for aerospace companies to use mobile barcoding

The first two areas that a manufacturer can evaluate when looking to increase automation are inventory management and data collection.  Solutions like mobile inventory and barcode scanning can improve efficiency and enhance visibility across the organization. Our partners at RFgen take a look at the aerospace and defense industries which are defined by strict compliance […]


BarTender “Getting started” webinars

If your company is considering a new labeling solution for your small business, or you need a more robust enterprise solution, don’t miss the BarTender webinars to get your questions answered. During the BarTender webinar for small businesses, on Tuesday, April 26, 2022, from 8:00 am- 9:00 am PST,   BarTender will answer these common questions: […]


Don’t Let Label Reviews Slow Your Time-to-Market

As businesses look to manage and streamline processes, review and approval processes should be looked at as well. Many times, the review process requires involvement from multiple departments and can result in a lot of back and forth to get to a final version. While reviews or check-ins at every stage and every adjustment are […]


EU opens door to aiding semiconductor shortage

Many consumers have heard the woes of semiconductor shortages felt around the world, with the automobile industry being hit the hardest. In reaction to this shortage, the European Commission said it “could approve aid to fund the production of semiconductors in the 27-nation bloc amid a global chip shortage and intense worldwide competition to fill […]


The engineer behind the first CT scan

When we think about medical devices, we may not take much time to consider when they were first invented. It may be hard to imagine that October 1, 1971, was 50 years ago but many of today’s most used medical devices were invented in the last 100 years including the first computed tomography image or […]


Manufacturers take their business online

“According to the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), the period between February and March 2020 say 35.5% of manufacturers experienced supply chain disruptions, and 78% felt uncertainty around the pandemic and worried that it would impact their business.” When we talk about the supply chain, it is the whole chain that includes distributors, wholesalers, warehouses, […]


Electronic nose can distinguish millions of scents

Did you know the human nose has an estimated 400 scent receptors and can distinguish millions of different smells? Trying to replicate this seems almost unfathomable, but one engineer is finding a way to benefit the environment, law enforcement, and even the military. Through a grant from the National Science Foundation’s Center for Bioanalytical Metrology […]


Avoiding production shutdowns

Our partners at NiceLabel & Loftware recently conducted a survey of 300 directors in manufacturing across the U.S., UK, France, and Germany. “The survey found that on average more than two-thirds of manufacturers (67%) were having to shut down their production line for more than an hour if there was a problem with labeling printing.” […]