To handle their various printing needs, most businesses today have some sort of all-in-one printer. There are some benefits to these machines, as they typically can print, copy, fax and perform numerous other tasks you might need on a daily basis.
If your company has a need for large-scale labeling of products, assets or inventory, you may wonder if you should create your labels internally or outsource to a third party. There are some benefits to both, but with recent innovations in barcode label p
If you are still using an Excel spreadsheet, pen and paper or sign-in/sign-out sheets for tracking your company’s assets and inventory, it may be time to check out some of the simple and affordable barcode technology that is making these processes more ef
If you’re in search of a barcode printer for your business, you may quickly become overwhelmed with all the options. How do you know which printer is right for you? One way to narrow down your search is to understand what you need your printer to produce
Do you need to quickly and effectively add a unique touch to gift items? Or perhaps you’re looking to spruce up a holiday product line at your small business. Barcode thermal printing on fabric allows you to do just that—and it’s more flexible than you mi
If you’re like most business owners or managers, you likely don’t give too much thought to the design of your barcode labels. As long as they’re doing their job and allowing you to track inventory, all is good.
When it comes to designing and printing labels, you may find yourself confronted with an important question: whether you should use paper or synthetic material for your labels. Both types may be used on curved or flat surfaces, and both come in a variety