Scan to track emergency relief assets and supplies, improving efficiency and accountability for government agencies and relief organizations.
Read about customers who have used our software to assist in their emergency aid work.
Learn more about the features we offer for emergency aid tracking including signature collection.
Absolutely. You can import your database manually or automatically. Alternatively, you can integrate CodeREADr with your server to send and receive information directly.
Absolutely. If your device is NFC enabled, you can use this technology rather than scanning via the camera on the device.
Duplicate checking – a feature that can be implemented on validate scans services- alerts the user that a barcode has already been scanned.
Using our Questions feature, you can include the option to add notes or even specific questions such as damaged goods and location.
By creating different users, scans can be searched by users or show a history of scans for an item that correlates to usernames.
A special feature we offer is the Auto Increment/Decrement middleware. Any item that you scan can increase or decrease the current inventory count for that asset by the quantity scanned each time.
Every paid plan has unlimited scans available. Also, our pricing model is per device. For example, we count a device as billable if your authorized app-user signs into the device during your monthly billing period. The monthly count is not based on concurrently used devices. However, it is the total number of unique devices that are signed in during your monthly billing period. Also, each month, this count resets, and each device sign-in counts towards your plan limit.
CodeREADr works offline as well as online. While certain features, such as conditional validation and cross-device duplicate checking require internet connection, verifying a ticket against a database is available offline.
If your assets have barcodes like UPC attached to them already, we can read this code and allow you to add information about the item to your database. If the assets are bare, you need to attach the barcode to them in some way.
The vast majority of our customers use a third-party vendor- one we recommend is ID&C, but any company should work -for the labels themselves. While you can generate barcode values and images on CodeREADr, it is generally time-consuming. Also, it is not ideal for label printing. Once you’ve purchased labels, you can either upload a database of the values you’ve received or scan each code in as you track.
If you are using a record scans service, create your barcode values on CodeREADr to edit what you show after each scan. If you choose validate scans, you can use any barcodes. Also, you can edit the response text when uploading the database.
You can use Webify formatting to include photos hosted remotely. However, when the scans are downloaded, these images will only be given as links to the images themselves. The response text can include virtually any information you’d like to associate and display with the label being scanned.
On the Scans page, you can filter and view a report of codes scanned and even automatically export those records to Excel, Google Sheets, etc. When exported you can sort scans by ‘timestamp scanned’ or by a user who scanned it.
Advanced Database Builder using Postback allows you to make changes to our default questions with our standard DBB. Using this service, you can attach question responses to your barcode value so that this data is linked. Also, you can edit these responses via this service type.
We offer the ability to customize the display of the response screen as well as change the response text as desired. Additionally, there are both free and paid options for white labeling the app to include your logo.
CodeREADr is compatible with most devices. This includes iOS, Android, and mobile computers. We do not sell any hardware. Thus, it is up to you to decide on which devices you will use CodeREADr.