05 April, 2016

Global Bar-Code Readers Market Gets Facelift to Stimulate Crowded Warehouses

Advanced versions are seen applying effective ergonomics to increase the speed of activities such as shipping, assembly and packing. 

Bar codes used in bustling warehouses globally are getting a facelift. Furthermore, research analysts as Prof Research Reports eyeing the dramatic shift in the growth rate, share and size, demand, supply as well as trends in the Global Barcode say that while the market gets a makeover, retailers are scrambling to enhance productivity. Apart from this, they confirm that all of this is happening amid an increase in orders placed online. Today, from the rings that staffs wear on their fingers to advanced smartphone, firms are seen experimenting for alternatives to replace the scanners that have long been used in business.  

The main aim here is to shave few crucial seconds off the duration taken by the staff to choose, pack as well as ship products. Staff at the warehouse tend to use scanners over thousand time a day. Besides this, retailers depend on the tools to monitor over hundreds and hundreds of items stored inside and circulated around, big distribution centers. Zebra Technologies Co., one of the largest manufacturers of scanners, is the first to provide an option. The company is banking on an advanced version of its product -gun. Professionals that the company say that the product can easily remove the need for the staff to constantly rotate arms or extend wrists. 

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This Lincolnshire based firm claims that its baton-like equipment, that comes with features such as touch screen as well as camera, can not only improve scanning speed but also lower stress on staff’s arm. It may sound like nothing in the space that already holds big schemes. However, when someone eliminates the need for 3 button touches, it’s similar to three halves of a second. Thus, in a business that ships over thousands of items everyday such devices definitely hold greater value. 

Commenting on the product, Bill Burn, Senior VP of mobility and enterprise visibility at Zebra said "The TC8000 mobile computer represents the greatest advancement in warehouse technology in more than two decades with its revolutionary design contributing to an extra hour of productivity per worker per shift without disrupting existing IT systems." He further explained in a statement "Warehouses are evolving from simplified operations to tightly integrated profit centers as companies increasingly rely on analytics to drive business decisions. The TC8000 will help warehouse workers be more efficient and deliver more accurate information, ultimately helping businesses operate more profitably."

Eyeing the major technology advancements in the sector, Prof Research Reports has added a report titled “Market Research Report on Global and Chinese Barcode Reader Industry, 2009-2019.” Research analysts apply both qualitative and quantitative research techniques to assess the key business imperatives such as production capability, demands, adoption and growth rate, share and size, supply among many others. Stakeholder, looking for relevant information on region -wise business performance would find the report worth their time and investment. 

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