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  • Title: Barcode Overview
  • Author(s) TEC-IT
  • Publisher: TEC-IT
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  • Language: English
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Every time we purchase something we interact with a Barcode, but rarely do we give them much notice. Yet barcodes play a crucial role in the effective and efficient operation of our economy, from small businesses to large multinational conglomerates.

Their compact design and ease of use make them the number one choice for companies that want to track and identify their products according to global standards.

This book will serve as your guide to barcodes as it will explain what barcodes are, their composition and purpose, and how they can help your company save time and money.

If you decide to start using barcodes in your business, the book will explain how you can implement them efficiently.

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