Barcoding, Inc. — a data capture solutions company based in Baltimore, Maryland — has launched a new product line that applies two-way radios to warehouse, industrial and retail operations.
Two-Way Radios by Barcoding uses Motorola Solutions and Vertex Standards two-way radios to help workers communicate more effectively. For example, employees on a warehouse loading dock could use the radios to talk to people in the stockroom, or retail cashiers could communicate with salespeople on the store floor.
Jeff Gillis, Barcoding’s chief financial officer, said two-way radios provide a way for users to communicate instantly so they can save time and money, while providing improved customer service at the same time.
“As a systems integrator,we saw that many of our customers were already using two-way radios to communicate with the four walls,” Gillis said. “Because we supply these customers with Auto-ID and RFID technology, it made sense to expand our portfolio to include two-way radios. Creating this new division gives us the opportunity to provide customers with the convenience of turning to one, single mobility expert for not only automatic data capture technology, but also the latest two-way radio communication devices.”
The new division will also feature customer support from Barcoding’s Professional Services division, which will use the Barcoding GoLive Services model to ensure maximum system adoption for a more streamlined rollout. Once operational, systems will the be supportec by Barcoding’s StayLive Services.
In addition to radios, the company also can provide accessories such as belt clips, holsters, batteries, chargers and audio devices.