Bar code scanners and barcoding solutions are rising in popularity due to their abilities to automate warehouse processes, resulting in more improved efficiency and increased productivity. With so many benefits resulting from barcoding solutions, more and more companies are making the transition to barcoding systems. We provide Sage 100 barcoding (formerly Sage MAS 90 barcoding and Sage MAS 200 barcoding) and Sage 500 barcoding (formerly Sage MAS 500 barcoding) solutions to meet all of our customers’ needs.
Because we provide barcoding solutions to warehouses around the country, we are constantly asked whether or not an expert needs to be on-site for the barcode system implementation. While it may be beneficial to have an expert on-site should something go wrong, we do not believe that it is necessary for most companies.
Implementing a barcoding solution (such as our Sage 100 barcoding software and Sage 500 barcode solution) requires a lot of time and extensive planning. For many companies, this comes with the territory of investing in new software. If you feel that you cannot dedicate the required amount of time or planning to the project, it may be beneficial to have an expert on-site to help you implement the system.
Most companies, however, do not require an expert on-site. The implementation process is fairly simple and self-explanatory. We are available to help you if you have any questions or concerns about implementing your new barcoding solution.
Stay tuned to our blog in the coming weeks for an article detailing the step-by-step process of a barcode system implementation. Have you recently implemented a barcoding solution in your warehouse? Did your implementation require an expert on-site? Share your experience in the comments below.