| BARCODING - with QBS Barcoder
is the ideal companion to Vision Retail Pack and a useful aid to Warehouse
your client has Vision and Vision Point-of-Sale, how
do they get the value from a POS station unless all
the products are barcoded? QBS Barcoder will do it for you!
Barcoder links to the Vision data and creates and
stores unique, internationally recognised barcode
numbers in the
“Barcode”) field of your Inventory Ledger.
It contains the TrueType barcode fonts needed
for printing labels and will produce high quality
barcodes either in product labels, catalogue page
format or shelf labels, depending on your needs.
Where carton (TUN) barcodes are scanned in, it
will extract the correct (Retail Unit) number, with
check digit, ready for label printing.
or wholesalers selling to retail outlets (who should
have Company registration with EAN Australia), will
find this a very friendly package.
who only need "in-house"
numbering of un-barcoded products for retail sales,
will be excited at the ease of its use.
Unlike a popular (non-Sybiz) existing small
business pack, it creates the industry standard EAN13
barcode number, and is not limited to printing only on
A4 label pages. (The
industry-preferred label printing method for quantity
and quality is the Thermal Transfer printer, with
continuous-rolls of labels).
However, labels can be printed to A4 laser
labels, with a new “batching” feature, to save
Barcoder stands apart from Vision and uses ODBC to
connect to it. This means the operator is not using up
any of the Vision User licenses.
Summary of Features:
Industry Standard Numbering of Products,
according to specifications of EAN Australia and
Scan existing barcode numbers into the
then allocate EAN13 numbers to the rest
- either individually, or all at once.
Validation of Existing Barcode Numbers -
recognition of the following product barcode formats:
EAN13, EAN8, UPC-A, UPC-E, and the EAN14
derivation of these (known as a Trade Unit or TUN
Number), for packaging identification. If the product
has any one of these barcodes, the barcode can be
printed in that format, but on larger sized labels in
the case of EAN14.
Select a Product by Name or Product
Code, and print quantity of labels required.
Scan a barcode to select a Product, then
print quantity of labels required.
Select one or several Purchase Orders or
Purchase Invoices and print labels in required
(This feature can be disabled if not required).
Editing feature permits change from the
order/invoice-specified product quantity, and for
de-selection of ordered products which may have
arrived already labelled.
This can be done for both Purchase Orders and
Select the Vision Price Level to be
placed on product labels.
Labels can be printed with or without
pricing data (this
new feature is product-specific and run-specific, and
can be turned on or off at will).
Pricing automatically corrects for GST
inclusion/exclusion, as per Vision stock file settings
for each product. For all versions
of the product created since May,2008, pricing is also
compatible with New Zealand requirements.
- size, pre-printing of logo on labels, in
colours, or mono-colour bitmap of logo, etc by special
arrangement and in some cases will require an
additional fee for customisation.
Shelf Labels for products - (Product
Name, Price, Barcode, according to “reasonable”
Barcoded Catalogue pages of products,
either by product group or the full range
Customer Delivery Labels for Product
cartons - sequentially numbered
(ie “1 of 5”, “2 of
5”, etc), with a field for inclusion of Consignment
programme is supplied with barcode fonts, which respond
to font strings created by the programme.
QBS is licensed to distribute these fonts with
its applications, which usually saves the client
several hundred dollars.
Barcoder is compatible with ALL versions
of Sybiz Vision, including Vision Lite, which is
no longer distributed by Sybiz Software Pty Ltd.