Image-based Scanning for Inbound & Outbound Logistics
In an era where making the "business case" for technology investments isn’t always easy, image-based barcode scanning stands on its own when it comes to ROI.
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Integral to the smooth running of any warehouse and DC are barcode readers. The rapid growth of e-commerce and omni-channel distribution has placed new demands on the age-old barcode scanning setups that many companies are using today.
The sheer speed and velocity of e-commerce orders—many of which are packaged individually and shipped directly to end users’ doorsteps—require more capabilities and accuracy than the typical laser-based barcode scanner provides. Inbound freight is equally as challenging and must now be maneuvered quickly in order to achieve inventory management goals and avoid shipment delays.
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