Barcoding Software

Manually collecting data from the manufacturing floor leaves the opportunity for human error. And these errors may skew your key productivity information. Radley’s barcode software solution streamlines data collection. So you can ensure accurate and complete reporting.

RFID & Manufacturing Barcode Software

Easily capture data in your warehouse and manufacturing operations with Automatic Identification Data Capture (AIDC) . Then communicate this data with your back-end business system(s). Use Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) or bar code software for real-time information exchange.

Configurable To Your Workflows

Based on your specific process, Radley consolidates many tasks into one simple workflow. First, workers follow the software prompts. Then Radley technology validates data and updates your system behind the scenes. All this in real-time!

Scalable To
Your Needs

Use Radley as a stand-alone solution, or combine with other Radley solutions. As a result, you can reduce errors, wasted time and manual efforts. Radley data collection offers the mobile capability for Windows and Android devices. Also, you may use traditional handheld terminals and a web-based user interface.

Real-Time Data Insights for Productivity

Gain real-time insights into your manufacturing process. Track materials and processes, from receiving, to the production line, to shipping:
  • Track data forward and backward in your supply chain. Capture raw material properties including lot, supplier and quality data.
  • On the shop floor, collect labor metrics against jobs. Also track work in progress, and check OEE from PLC, machines, and equipment.
  • Streamline warehouse processes and inventory management including cycle counts, picking, and packing.
All this from an easy-to-use, multi-language interface! Use Radley’s barcode software as a stand-alone solution. Or integrate with your ERP or back-end business system for a single system of record.

Benefits of Radley Data Collection

  • Drive Efficiency – Perform inventory inquiries, reprint labels and download pick lists. And do all this from mobile computer hardware
  • Exchange Real-Time Data – Bring the IoT (Internet of Things) together. Connect multiple systems, databases, equipment and machines
  • Maintain Compliance – Automate labeling processes. Also configure to meet requirements such as: GS1, FDA, GTIN & more
  • Gain Control of Your Processes – View WIP (work in progress). And gain real-time visibility into consumption and finished goods

Contact Us Today!

Talk to a Product Specialist to learn how Radley can help you.

Labeling Completes the Solution

Incorporate integrated labeling to your data collection solution! Radley offers many options for labeling software and label printing hardware. Choose label designing and printing for a wide range of environments and industries. Many options are available. Choose from thermal transfer, high/low temp, custom sizes and more!
Benefits of barcode labels are many. First, streamline each stage of your processes to boost efficiency. For instance, you may automatically print labels during production.
Also generate labels during each stage of receiving, inventory and shipping. Meanwhile, add real-time updates to your ERP.
Next, meet compliance demands including GS1, SSCC, GTIN and FDA. Finally, create custom labels, from customer address labels to BOL and packing lists.

Learn more about Data Collection Software

Find more information on automated data collection and barcode software. Select an article or visit Radley’s blog for helpful manufacturing articles.

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Top 5 Benefits of Automated Data Collection
A startling number of companies still rely on spreadsheets to manage their processes. Automated data collection using barcode software can yield enormous value for businesses. Barcoding improves productivity while saving costs. Here are a few of the benefits of barcodes bring.
1.     Increase Accuracy
Are you still using manual data entry? Barcoding eliminates errors in order entry, inventory counts and shipping processes. As a result, even small businesses see improvements. These can include labor costs, inventory losses and customer satisfaction.
2.     Streamline Shipping & Receiving
Barcodes contain key information about the goods moving through your facility. This data can all be automatically uploaded to your ERP or backend system. For instance, PO number, lot number, supplier, date of delivery are all contained in the bar code. Then receiving and purchasing records with this information is used throughout your processes.
As a result, you can track each item throughout its life cycle. Also, barcode label software can automatically generate shipping labels. This provides an effective way to track packages. Some software even provide seamless integration with FedEx or other shipment carrier services.
3.     Boost Productivity
Barcode data systems can help reduce costly downtime and “deadheading” in your warehouse. Use it to maximize efficiency by streamlining workflows. Then workers can complete replenishments, put-away, counts and picks in a logical sequence.
4.     Increase Visibility
Did you know that inventory loss cost businesses just under $50 million in 2016? Of course, the solution for inventory control is adding visibility. Automated data collection software is the key to making it happen. A barcode system provides real-time visibility to your stock levels and fixed asset tracking. So you always have accurate inventory data, even in many locations.
5.     Make Better Decisions
Automated data collection gives you the power to make informed business decisions. With up-to-date reports, you’ll always have the latest relevant information at the ready. Access key metrics on inventory, labor, machine metrics and more in real-time. Then use that data to identify areas for improvement.
Is it time to install automatic identification and data collection? If so, here are some things to consider before starting your barcoding project.
Choosing Your Software
The most important step of your barcoding journey relies on your choice of software. Without software, you’ll just be scanning barcodes, not using the data. Consider if you’ll to integrate data to your ERP or backend business systems for easy analysis.
Barcode Scanners and Mobile Computers
There are many options for bar code scanners and mobile computers. Consider the environment. Most warehouse and distribution centers need industrial-grade versions for durability.
This provides added protection from dust and dirt as well as drops onto concrete. Some versions are even designed for harsh environments like refrigerated warehouses.
Also, many configurations are available. For instance, choose from vehicle-mounted computers, touch screen devices, or wearable options.
Barcode Label Printers
Desktop printers, industrial printers, mobile printers. These are just some of the options available for barcode label printing. Plus, there are many types of label media for almost any application. Consider these questions when choosing your printer and label media.
  • How will you use your barcode label?
  • To what material or surface will you be affixing the label?
  • Will the label need to withstand extreme temperatures? What about direct sunlight, dirt, or other harsh conditions?
  • What size do you want the label to be?
Automated data collection systems are a smart solution to consider. This is true whether you’re looking to track inventory, improve labor efficiency or add visibility to key metrics. To get started, turn to a reputable, experience barcode software solutions company. The right solutions partner can be a valuable resource on the path to more efficient and profitable operations.