Creating a brand that is attractive to potential consumers is vital from the first moment they encounter your company, right up until they make a purchase from you, and even beyond that. That’s why it’s important to make an unforgettable first impression through attractive and eye-catching labels on your product; if you’re hoping to get someone to make a purchase, you have to compel them to do so.
When you think of a warehouse, do you imagine many manual workers packaging, labelling and processing everything? Or do you imagine machinery doing all this? With the development of future technologies and AI, robotics are now being used to assist in helping warehouses cope with the many demands the environment offers. We’ve seen drones instead of a delivery man, and driverless cars instead of a taxi, but what is the future for automated warehouses? Is this type of robotic automation the way forward for warehouses?
Stock management is a vital component in a company, as it allows for the proper functioning of a business through ensuring that the stock is accounted for. In the supply chain, stock management follows a few important steps to guarantee optimised operations.
From requesting stock from stores to the head office purchasing new orders from vendors, through to stock reaching the shops to be sold to customers; ensuring stock is well-managed is vital. Software such as Sage 50 provides an efficient option for effective stock management, but do you know what this software entails and how it functions?
The supply chain requires efficiency for optimised results, and in 2017 technology is a big step in optimising this efficiency. New technologies, in particular, have the capacity of being utilised for innovations and progress in the supply chain.
In 2017, some of these technologies are expected to provide a streamlined process from the first to the last step of the supply chain.
Barcodes are one of the most common items that you will see in the retail and commercial industries; they are also very important, as they are responsible for ensuring the correct management and distribution of products around the world.
However, there are a couple of things that aren’t as well known; one of which is the dpi of a barcode printer. As such, we’ve decided to take a closer look at what you need to know about barcode dpi.
These two types of printing can be easily confused for one another, but they are quite dissimilar. Depending on your needs, you might find that you prefer one above the other. But what are the differences between direct thermal and thermal transfer labels?
Warehousing is one of the most important aspects of any manufacturer, wholesale distributor, stockist, and business. Warehouses are used to store valuable business assets and are at the heart of product distribution, so it is vital to make sure that they are running as smoothly and efficiently as possible.
However, in recent years, warehouse stock has been transitioning from physical systems to mobile inventory systems. But what makes mobile technology better than traditional stock systems?
Barcodes have become increasingly popular over the past few decades or so, especially in the food packaging and retail industries. But what goes into creating a barcode? Well, we at GSM Barcoding work with barcoding systems every single day, so it would make sense that we knew how to create one!
Sage 50 is one of the most widely used accounts packages that boasts an inventory control system used by many small to medium sized businesses. This software package offers a wide variety of features to business owners to allow them to manage their accounts quickly, easily and smoothly, but it also has the added benefit of offering reliable inventory management for those businesses looking for a reliable solution to their stock management process.
One of the most widely used applications that help to make tables and databases a lot easier to use is Excel; it is provided by Microsoft and it is incredibly versatile for what it is. It is used across the world in the financial sector, as well as in various types of businesses, from SMEs all the way to industry leaders.
However, if there’s one thing that Excel shouldn’t be used for, it’s inventory or stock management; and here’s why!