Barcode Datalink specialises in writing custom written mobile data collection applications for Pocket PC, Windows Mobile 5.0/6.0 and Windows CE5 hand helds from Symbol (Motorola), Datalogic and Pidion (since we have all of these units in stock). Most applications are in batch mode. Data can be exported to a CSV file for importing into your host system. Or we can "push" it back over the internet to an SQL database. We have a range of applications already written for Stock taking, asset tracking, goods in, goods out, transfer and movements,...
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May 28, 2009|Mobile Applications|$400|Completed
Nov 4, 2008|Other - Programming|$1,000|Working
Barcode Datalink specialises in mobile hand held computers that usually incorporate a barcode reader (Motorola MC-50, MC-70, MC-3000 and MC-9000 series hand held computers) and/or an RFID tag reader eg Datalogic Jet, Cipher Lab.
We have been providing barcode based solutions since 1991. We are constantly keeping up to date with technology and aim to provide the best solution at a reasonable investment and prove a strong ROI.
Feel free to ask for existing user manuals for completed projects for stock taking, asset tracking, goods receiving, goods out, movements etc. Or trial a limited use version to make sure you are happy with it. We can also tailor existing applications to suit your needs. Most smaller projects can be completed within 1 to 2 weeks. New projects from scratch may take longer and be subject to other programming commitments. First come, first served so we can always make your project the only one to give it our full attention.
Lately we have done alot with mobile Zebra receipt printers such as the QL and RW range - so we can Bluetooth print barcoded labels or receipts.
Currently working on a mobile sales solutions to print receipts for customers.
We already have mobile label printing solutions for goods receiving so you can label incoming goods with a barcode, date received and quantity. So your next stock take is going to be very quick and easy, simply scan the barcode and capture the Part and Qty there, then scan the Bin Location. Download the...
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