Winco ID, along with our partners at Datamax-O’Neil, recently hosted a Bar Codes and Productivity event at the Northeast Delta Dental Stadium, home of the New Hampshire Fisher Cats. The event took place in the Bank of New Hampshire VIP suite and featured a seminar on the role of barcodes in a manufacturing environment. Our guest speakers included Bruce McDowell from Datamax-O’Neil and Peter Green from BellHawk Systems.
Bruce began the seminar with a demonstration of the newest I-Class printer, the Mark II. The Mark II thermal printer is ideal for a manufacturing environment because of its modular and rugged design, and its field installable options. If you need a mid-range printer that offers fast processing, more memory, and a wide selection of communication ports, then think about this model.
Next David Holliday, Sales Manager at Winco ID, spoke of how labeling your assets can give them a “digital voice”. When you put a bar code on an asset you have a way to store all kinds of data about that asset. For example, you can track it to know where it belongs, or find out when it was serviced.
Peter Green followed up David’s talk by describing applications that use an asset’s “digital voice.” A barcode tracking system that works with an accounting or EFP system helps you solve problems with receiving and inventory.
Following the seminar, we had a terrific baseball buffet dinner with lots of time to meet with our customers and share ideas. We watched the Fisher Cats game from the balcony seats outside of the suite, giving us the best view of the game. And the first pitch of the game was thrown out by Neal Hammond, one of our guests from New Balance!
Everyone seemed to enjoy the seminar and the game, and we appreciate our invited guests for making our first summer event a success!
Huge thanks to our great partner Datamax-O’Neil for sponsoring the event and to Bruce and Peter for their presentations.
Scroll down for more photos and a video of Neal’s First Pitch!