QR and bar codes

The physical world can be drawn into Tracelink using QR codes and barcodes.

By scanning a QR code directly from the Tracelink app, it is possible to perform a number of work routines.

The QR code can sit on many different items - from tools, worksheets, storage shelves, materials, constructions and more.

Main Features

With the help of QR codes and barcodes it is possible e.g. to
  • Go directly to an order (for example, start time tracking, take pictures, etc.)
  • Picking goods (from eg a batch)
  • Borrowing tools
  • Place an item on an order
  • Allow external customer to see order documentation
There are many uses around Tracelink to get from a physical object (tool, stock, order form, etc.) to a function, or to choose eg. the right item.

QR codes on scroll

Tracelink can deliver a roll of stickers with unique QR codes pre-printed. They are made with a strong adhesive so they can stick to some.

It is also possible to print your own brands with your company logo, and to the size you want.

Barcodes

Tracelink can also print and read traditional barcodes. The first time they are read, a description is entered, so Tracelink subsequently knows what has been scanned.

The scanned item can then be placed on an order, thus providing a complete list of items used on an order. It can for example. be finished components included in an order.