Bar code usage

Sales

Portable POS system

Portable POS system

Description:
The Portable POS system can read a bar code for sales goods to display merchandise information such as the product name and sales price. Combined with a pocket printer, the system can also issue a receipt.
Advantages:
  • The portable POS system allows speedy sales operation.
  • As it is portable, POS can be realized in a vehicle, train or temporary shop.
  • Sales performance data is processed at a host for sales analysis.
Merchandise replenishment system

Merchandise replenishment system

Description:
Have the merchandise replenishment system read the bar code for the merchandise to be replenished and enter an ordering quantity. Send the accumulated ordering data to the host to complete order placement.
Advantages:
  • The merchandise replenishment system allows detailed merchandise inventory control.
  • Merchandise can be accurately and quickly replenished.

Logistics

Warehouse shipping/receiving control system

Warehouse shipping/receiving control system

Description:
The warehouse shipping/receiving control system can read bar codes attached to shipping/receiving products to perform checking on the spot.
Advantages:
  • The warehouse shipping/receiving control system allows real time delivery status control.
  • Delivery time can be accurately managed.
Package tracking control system

Package tracking control system

Description:
The package tracking control system can read bar codes of package slips to control delivery status. Data from the delivery destination can even be sent via PHS data communication.
Advantages:
  • The package tracking control system allows real time delivery status control.
  • Delivery time can be accurately managed.

Manufacturing

Operation process control system

Operation process control system

Description:
The operation process control system reads bar-coded worker numbers, part numbers, process numbers, etc. before and after operation.
Advantages:
  • The operation process control system facilitates progress supervision, which leads to quality improvement.
  • Operation hours per process can be analyzed to achieve optimal line allocation.