History of Barcodes Part 2

In our last blog we discussed how what evenutually became the modern barcoding system first developed. Joseph Woodward’s idea was eventually issued a patent in 1952 but as you can see from the patent Woodward didn’t call his invention a barcoding system....

You Can Now Create & Print Barcodes From Your Handheld Device!

Scout Inc. is pleased to announce the latest addition to its topShelf inventory management software. You can now create and print a barcode directly from a wireless barcode scanner. Any items that come into your warehouse that aren’t barcoded can have a barcode...

Scout’s Topshelf is now on Google Android Smart Phones

Utilize topShelf using Droid Smart Phones Scout, Inc. is pleased to announce that topShelf, our award winning warehouse inventory management software, is now available on Droid smart phones. This feature allows users to take advantage of the android operating system...

Why You No Longer Need a Clipboard

Tablets and smartphone applications have dramatically changed a virtually endless amount of sectors throughout the world. New technology has always resulted in older products becoming obsolete which is what may be happening to clipboard manufacturers. Think about it,...

Will Cloud Computing replace Personal Computing?

Are we about to embark on a new era of technology that is centered around the cloud rather than the personal computer? According to this article in Wired the research firm Gartner “believes the personal cloud will replace the PC as the center of our digital...

Pallet Tagging Now Available!

2012 has already been a busy year here at Scout and we have yet another new feature available on topShelf. Pallet tagging is now available as topShelf can create and track full pallets from receiving to shipping. Multiple items can be tracked with only one barcode....

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