Barcode Label Printers

Barcode label printers is a core asset for Business owners and store managers. Without one on site, retailers may start to see delay in providing accurate pricing and inventory for merchandise. In order to add efficiency and save time, a Barcode label printer is a required  investment that turns headaches into business productivity.

  1. Barcode Label Printer will positively impact your Business productivity.
  2. Barcode Label Printers provide helps with keeping accurate inventory and pricing.
  3. With your own Barcode Label printers , your Business reduces potential human errors.
  4. Since your own label printers, your customers can shop with confidence with updated pricing.
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How Barcode Label Printers add value

Barcode Label Printers allow integration with internal systems

As the retail market continues to be less and less dependent on human interaction, Barcode label printers are now built to seamlessly integrate with Point of Sales and E-commerce platforms. As pricing and product info get updated on the floor, all internal systems automatically get the latest changes made. Not only do retail endpoints benefit from such integration, applications such such as Woocommerce, Square, Shopify are also getting integrated to help Businesses be more agile and effective.

Barcode Label printers provide high quality and durable labels

Understanding how your barcode label will be used, you can start to pick and choose the right printer for your needs. For small to medium light-industrial printing operations, mid-range printers offer durability and ruggedness at a lower price point than industrial barcode printers. TCS Digital Solutions is available to help assess your use case and suggest the best Barcode label printer for your Business

Barcode Label Printers adapt to any volume

Regardless of your print volume, there’s a Barcode label printer on the market for you. Our clients use case include asset management, warehousing, inventory, delivery and service applications. Businesses will quickly see time and money for not having to send in their label printing jobs regardless of the volume at hand.

Barcode Label Printers are portable

Barcode label printers are mostly lightweight and can be moved around easily to any job site or specific stores. Most of them come with their own keyboard for ease of navigation and design preference. Now more than ever, Businesses can use a single printer for multiple sites without outsourcing.

Use Cases for Barcode Label Printers. WHO NEEDS THEM?


A barcode label printer is the most important piece of hardware a retailer can own. It helps them to identify, associate products within a given database while creating new entry for the future. Without a barcode, retailers entire inventory will be left at the mercy of potential human errors.


A barcode is a unique identifier among thousands of items shipped. To track movement between point of departure and arrival, each parcel must be labeled with a barcode or else merchandise / products might get lost in transit to customers or partners.

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Barcode Label standard and uses

Bar Code Standard Uses
Uniform Product Code (UPC) Retail stores for sales checkout; inventory, etc.
Code 39
(Code 3 of 9)
Identification, inventory, and tracking shipments
POSTNET Encoding zip codes on U.S. mail
European Article Number (EAN) A superset of the UPC that allows extra digits for country identification
Japanese Article Number (JAN) Similar to the EAN, used in Japan
Bookland Based on ISBN numbers and used on book covers
ISSN bar code Based on ISSN numbers, used on periodicals outside the U.S.
Code 128 Used in preference to Code 39 because it is more compact
Interleaved 2 of 5 Used in the shipping and warehouse industries
Codabar Used by Federal Express, in libraries, and blood banks
MICR (Magnetic Ink Character Recognition) A special font used for the numbers on the bottom of bank checks
OCR-A The optical character recognition format used on book covers for the human readable version of the ISBN number
OCR-B Used for the human readable version of the UPC, EAN, JAN, Bookland, and ISSN bar codes and for optional human-readable digits with Code 39 and Interleaved 2 of 5 symbols
Maxicode Used by the United Parcel Service
PDF417 A new 2-D type of bar code that can encode up to 1108 bytes of information; can become a compressed, portable data file (which is what the “PDF” stands for)

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