CodeREADr configured as a work-in-progress app will track time, quality, and quantity by work order, task, worker, and location. We call this configuration “Table Builder”.
Case Study: Tracking materials and processes from start to final installation.
Learn to configure Table Builder for process tracking or for track and trace.
Learn more about the features we offer for asset tracking including GPS recording.
It’s your choice but for tracking purposes, the barcode needs to be unique for each product. Therefore, for example, if the product only had a UPC/EAN barcode that wouldn’t help because it’s not unique. Instead, a serial number barcode would be ideal. Alternatively, you can purchase labels from companies like Maverick Label or ImageTek to apply to each product at the beginning of each work order.
Yes, you can. When configuring the app, you can decide what information to provide at each step that will help the worker complete their task.
Yes, you can. For example, you may only want to ask the worker to manually enter or scan a batch number to start the first step. Likewise, you may only want to take a photo of the product during the last step.
With our data collection feature, you can have workers scan additional barcodes, take photos, comment via text or voice-to-text, choose statuses from a dropdown menu, and even capture signatures.
Each scan record includes who, what, when, and where the product was scanned. Additionally, the worker’s answers to prompts will be included.
The Table Builder service includes a shareable web link to view and downloads a special view of your scan records. Only those you authorize with credentials can access that link.
What’s special about this table view is all collected data for a unique product can be listed in a single row for every step in the process.
Yes, it can. We call that the “Kiosk Mode” which includes the ability to lock the app. In that way, the worker cannot change in-app settings and you can also restrict the use of the device to the CodeREADr app exclusively.
You can even use the front camera of the device for scanning. Alternatively, if you feel it’s helpful, you can use a Bluetooth scanning accessory paired with the device.
A record is created for every scan made and stored on our servers. You can use the auto-generated share link for viewing and downloading those records. Alternatively, you can schedule filtered records to be auto-exported for use in your own database services. For those with developers, you can integrate using our API to auto-retrieve scan records.
Absolutely. You can include any action in the table as records.
Yes. For example, you can customize the display of the response screen and change the response text. Also, there are both free and paid options for white labeling the app to include your company’s logo.
No. The CodeREADr mobile app is compatible with most devices. For example, it works with iOS and Android smartphones and tablets as well as mobile computers. However, we do not sell any hardware. Thus, it is up to you to purchase the devices to use with CodeREADr.
The CodeREADr mobile app works offline as well as online. However, the Table Builder service does require Internet access. If you expect some locations won’t have Internet on-site, you can instead create a “Validate Scans On-Device” service type.