What can our Solution Partners offer?

Barcode Solution

  • Barcode Printer
  • Barcode Reader/Scanner
  • Barcode Verifier
  • Barcode Label & printing
  • Asset & Inventory 
  •    Management
  • Project Consultancy & 
  •    Management

    EPC/RFID Solution

  • RFID Hardware
  • RFID Software
  • RFID Tag/Label & Encoding
  • Software Middleware 
  •    Developer
  • Project Consultancy & 
  •    Management

    Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Solution

  • EDI Platform
  • B2B E-com




  • System and Software Integration

  • Warehouse Mgt. System
  • Supply Chain Mgt.
  • Risk Mgt. Solutions
  • Customer Relationship Mgt.
  • Enterprise Resource Planning
  • Enterprise Application 
  •    Integration
  • Fleet Mgt. System

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    News & Press Release


    2017 Top 5 Trends in Enterprise Labeling

    Supply chains and the solutions used for managing them have become increasingly important as businesses become more global and interconnected. With barcode labels intersecting every aspect of the supply chain and bridging processes from manufacturing, warehousing and distribution to consumer use, its important to stay ahead of the curve.

    Every year, Loftware conducts an annual survey to get a pulse on the impact of labeling on today’s supply chain. This year, Loftware polled over 800 supply chain and IT professionals from organizations across all major industries in 32 different countries to gather insights on what they saw as the major trends in Enterprise Labeling for 2017.


    Article & Case Study

    Digital Transformation Drives Supply Chain Restructuring Imperative

    Article Courtesy of OpenText - Written by Mr Mark Morley, Director, Strategic Product Marketing for Business Network

    Today's supply chains are experiencing high levels of change in terms of both internal and external pressures. There's every reason to believe that this pace of change will accelerate and that the supply chain of the future will be in a constant state of flux. Companies that can build supply chain flexibility more quickly will be better positioned to support their consumers/customers and thus grow their business more effectively. Based on survey results and domain knowledge, this white paper explores how digital transformation (DX) is driving dramatic restructuring changes in the supply chain.




    Success in an Omni-Channel World

    Article Courtesy of Dematic S.E.A. Pte Ltd

    It is easy to define omni-channel business success by desired outcomes: happy, loyal customers resulting in increased sales and profits. What is considerably more difficult is describing how to get there and making it happen.


     


    Transforming to a ‘Digital Enterprise’: Key Steps for Small and Medium Businesses

    Article Courtesy of Quatrro LPO Solutions

    We live in a digital world where disruption and innovation have emerged as the “new normal”. The pace of change is rapid and possesses the ability to transform our lives by offering alternative and superior products and technologies that will enhance ‘product-price performance’ equation for the end-user.



    Technology & Innovation

    2D scanners pave the way for faster, more accurate information capture

    Zebra Technologies Asia Pacific Pte Ltd

    "Imagine a world in which there are no barcodes, and the inconveniences that would ensue. There would be long lines at the supermarket; there would not be e-tickets to movies, games, or concerts; in a business environment, warehouse and retail staff would have to spend hours on end working to track the inbound and outbound products moving around."

    The purpose of this article is to discuss the anatomy of a barcode, the benefits of 2D scanners in the retail environment and why 2D barcodes and scanners are the way forward.


    Shining Light on 2D Imagers

    Zebra Technologies Asia Pacific Pte Ltd

    For decades, businesses have relied on laser scanners to efficiently capture barcode data. In recent years, however, many retailers have begun to reassess their relationship with traditional laser technology, thanks to a host of new applications that are driving the move to imaging across several markets.

    Learn how your business can benefit from 2D imagers


    Standards Development

    Learn more about what our current working groups are developing and participate!

    GS1 Standards Event 2017