New Q&A: Why Barcode Labeling Matters in Electronics

by Craig Hodgson, on July 19, 2016

 

How can you leverage innovations in enterprise barcode labeling to help your electronics company succeed in a highly competitive global marketplace? Are you overlooking an area where you can reduce supply chain costs—upwards of millions of dollars—and realize a solution packback in as little as 12 months?

 

Check out a new Q&A document, “Why Barcode Labeling Matters in Electronics”, which addresses key top-of-mind challenges that electronics manufacturers face, while providing insight into the measurable gains that could be achieved using the right labeling solution. Featuring Loftware industry specialist Joe Longo, this interview-style paper is an easy read that gets right to the issues that keep decision makers awake at night. Learn how electronic barcode labeling, often taken for granted in the supply chain ecosystem, can actually drive dramatic improvements in productivity, traceability, RoHS compliance, inventory reduction, and anti-counterfeiting measures.

Labeling today is complex; electronics manufacturers in particular are faced with a range of evolving requirements that complicate the process—and leave many companies accepting this process as the cost of doing business. But it doesn’t have to be. Labeling can make a huge difference, enabling IT and electronics supply chain decision makers to not just overcome challenges, but provide their company with a distinct competitive edge.

See for yourself and learn from Mr. Longo’s vast experience working with leading electronics companies such as Jabil Circuits, Flextronics, Celestica, Kemet, Plexus, GE and more. Enterprise labeling can make a positive impact to your bottom line. Discover how.

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Download the Electronics Q&A

Topics:ElectronicsCounterfeitingRegulatory

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