Month: October 2017

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What is a QR Code?

Replacing tools is frustrating, expensive, and disruptive to the flow of operations. The impact is real: delayed jobs, Quick Response codes, or QR codes, are becoming more popular both in and out of warehouses and storage facilities. QR codes first were developed to track parts in the manufacturing process of vehicles. Once the code is read by a cell phone or scanner, it gives more details about a business or item than a traditional barcode.

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How Tool Tracking Works for You

Only 30% of firms currently deliver projects on budget, and only 15% deliver on time. Losing or misplacing expensive tools (and repeatedly rebuying them) has a major influence on these grave statistics – and your bottom line.