By LM Staff ·
December 7, 2017
Barcode labeling is central to a range of mission-critical operations including production, distribution, supply chain traceability, management, control and final delivery. Every organization has its own unique set of business processes that it’s labeling must accommodate which adds even more to existing supply chain complexities. Because of this, businesses are choosing to move from a siloed barcode labeling approach to a more strategic, global and integrated labeling solution.
This paper developed by <a href=”http://www.vdcresearch.com/ ” Target=”_blank”>VDC Research</a>, the leading authority in barcode hardware and software industry analysis, addresses the evolution of barcode labeling software and outlines the evolving requirements shaping the future of labeling.
Download the report to learn more.
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