The Barcode is an image that identifies a standardized product and unique way throughout the world; it is an essential for products to be in stores and supermarkets element.
It is composed of a light and dark bars that contain numeric digits at the bottom.
A variety of Barcodes, the most common is the EAN / UCC (EAN International – Uniform Code Council), used in the packaging of products that are usually on the shelves of sale.
Depending on the sector and identify needed item, is that different Barcodes are used.
Currently, the Barcode is vital for those who want to place your product in different outlets and also to export goods requirement. In addition, the Code facilitates the acceptance of products and goods in most commercial establishments.
Reduces the time to perform a full inventory with accurate, reliable and up to date in just a few hours.
The bar code also helps to maintain optimal levels of stock and reduce the high financial costs caused by the excessive amounts of products; prevents loss of sales misinformation stock optimizes the rotation of goods between branches, reduces the risk of theft / loss of goods and allows for selective inventory at any time.
In addition to facilitating the identification of a product that retailers can generate their purchase orders, the Barcode helps the provider to identify the physical location of the product (if you are in the store or already delivered to the customer), which improves control input and output of the finished product.