Save Time and Money with Sage 100 Barcoding Software

Implementing a barcoding system can save your company a substantial amount of time and money. Barcoding not only automates the picking and packing process, but it also helps keep your inventory levels updated in your company’s ERP or warehouse management system, preventing costly over-and-under stocks. In the past, barcoding technology was only available to large manufacturing and distribution companies with large IT budgets. However, as barcoding technology and its capabilities have evolved, it has become increasingly available to smaller companies.

If you are considering implementing barcoding technology such as Sage 100 barcoding software (formerly MAS 90 barcoding / MAS 200 barcoding), you need to be aware of the system’s key cost-saving features. Take a look at the cost-saving benefits Sage 100 barcoding software (formerly MAS 90 barcoding / MAS 200 barcoding) can bring to your company – no matter the size:

1. Sage 100 barcoding software reduces costly data entry errors and prevents redundancies.

2. Sage 100 barcoding software expands the bounds of the warehouse. You can use Sage 100 barcoding software on the shop floor or in the office. Eliminate the manual entry of payroll data by scanning employee badges to capture time and attendance directly into your Sage 100 ERP system or track physical assets using the barcoding technology. If the item has a barcode, your options are limitless.

3. Sage 100 barcoding software improves employee productivity rates, efficiency, and customer service, all of which directly impact your company’s bottom line.

Are you ready to make the Sage 100 barcoding software (formerly MAS 90 barcoding / MAS 200 barcoding) investment? If so, give us a call today at 330-645-9959. We offer a variety of barcoding software options for Sage 100 ERP to fit your company’s unique needs.

What processes could you eliminate by implementing a barcoding solution like Sage 100 barcoding software? How much time and money would it save your company? Share your theory in the comments section below.