You can check assets in and out. You can audit corporate assets locally or remotely against a known list of assets, and also add and remove assets. Plus, you can collect location and status data and monitor or direct required actions.
Read how the CodeREADr mobile app is used for track and trace applications. In particular, here we discuss track and trace for supply chain applications.
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Learn more about features we offer for asset tracking online or offline, including GPS recording, photo capture, proof-of-presence, and timestamps.
Absolutely. You can import your database manually or automatically. Alternatively, you can integrate CodeREADr with your server to send and receive information directly.
If your assets have barcodes already printed or attached to them, we can read these barcodes and allow you to add information about the item to your database. If not, you need to attach a barcode or NFC label to them.
The vast majority of our customers use a third-party vendor for label printing. Examples include Maverick Label and Imagetek. Once you’ve purchased labels, you can either upload a database of the barcode values you’ve received or scan each barcode in as you perform an audit.
While you can generate barcode values and images on CodeREADr, that utility is not recommended for printing labels except in small quantities.
Absolutely. If your device is NFC enabled, you can use NFC reading rather than (or in addition to) scanning a barcode. If the asset doesn’t have an NFC tag on it already, you can get NFC tags from many label manufacturers.
Yes, you can. You will need to use a service associated with a database (“Validate Scans“). In the response field of the database, you can use plain text or HTML.
If you include the duplicate checking option when creating your workflows, the app will alert the app user that a barcode has already been scanned. You can also select a reset period. For example, you could reset duplicate checking every minute, hour, or day depending on your auditing plans.
Yes, you can. Using our data collection options (“Questions “), you can prompt the app user to take photos, capture signatures, comment on the asset’s status, and more.
Yes, you can. For example, each app user can be assigned a unique app username for tracking who scanned an asset. Also, the app can be configured to capture the GPS location in the background for every scan.
Yes, you can. On the Scans page, you can filter and view lists showing all records or only the last scan record for each asset. Then, you can see who scanned the asset, what item they scanned, when they scanned it, where it was scanned, and all associated data collected with each scan. Your scan records can be manually downloaded, shared, and automatically exported to third-party services using a custom export template.
The app works in all countries allowed by Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store. There is no limit on the number of assets you can track in real-time. You can upload a million-row database to our servers for validation.
A special feature we offer is the Auto Increment/Decrement middleware. Here, any scanned item can alther the current inventory count for that asset by the quantity scanned each time.
Yes, you can. Among many options, we offer the ability to customize the display of the response screen as well as change the response text. Also, there are both free and paid options for white labeling the app to include your logo.
No, pricing is not based on the number of assets scanned. Every paid plan includes unlimited scans.
Instead, our pricing model is based on devices. For instance, we count a device as billable if your authorized app-user signs into the device during your monthly billing period. Moreover, the monthly count is not based on concurrently used devices. Instead, it’s the total number of unique devices that signed in during your monthly billing period. Also, each month this device count resets to give you device flexibility.
No. CodeREADr is compatible with most devices. This includes iOS and Android smartphones and tablets as well as dedicated mobile computers. However, we do not sell any hardware. Thus, you need to purchase devices to use with the CodeREADr mobile app. Alternatively, your app users can use their own, personal devices.
The CodeREADr mobile app works offline as well as online.