Winco ID is hosting the ID Showcase event on Monday, March 14, at the Radisson Hotel and Suites in Chelmsford, MA. Our event runs from 2:00 PM until 8:00 PM in the Hawthorne Room.
If you are puzzling over how to gain insight into and control over your tracking and identification tasks, then you should attend this event. If you are already using bar coding and labeling, but would like to get a look at some of the newer technology available today, then this event is for you too.
Hands-on demonstrations of the latest in labeling, RFID, and Photo ID solutions give you the chance to see and use a variety of printers, scanners, and mobile computers. We will also have demonstrations on UDI labeling, asset tracking, wristband printing, and ID badge printing.
Our friends at Zebra and LXE are going to be there too, giving demonstrations and talks about the various ID solutions that you can learn about and put into use where you need process or work flow improvements. Also on hand will be Dr. Peter Green from Bellhawk Systems Corp. to discuss barcode tracking and data collection, and Steven Hammes from One Source Security and Automation, who will have information on Photo ID and Security.
Are you struggling with complying to the various labeling standards that exist when supplying products to the military, or concerned about UDI or food labeling? If so, then the ID Showcase can clarify the standards for you.
Short break-out sessions, or mini-seminars, are scheduled throughout the day to keep you informed about using bar code and labeling in health care environments, to comply with DoD labeling standards, to track and trace your products and shipments, and to create a more secure work place using Photo ID. You will also have access to knowledgeable people who can answer your questions or help you develop a plan for implementing a system that will work for you.
Refreshments will be offered throughout the event, and it promises to be informative and interesting. You can register for our ID Showcase here, or call 800-325-5260, X266 for more information.
So stop by to say hello and see what’s happening in labeling and bar coding. You might just find out how to solve your particular labeling or identification problem. We hope to see you there!