Using Zebra printers, The Bargain! Shop (TB!S), was able to reduce their price marketing costs between 25% and 40% as well as increase work efficiency. Read this case study to find out more about TB!S and what Zebra can do for you and your business today!
Using Zebra's Technologies, supermarket chain Wegmans was able to increase their production rate and improve their read rate. Read this case study to find out more about Wegmans and what Zebra can do for you!
In this white paper, find out how mobile transaction systems provide a way for retailers to reduce checkout lines, and the time customers spend standing in them, without adding expensive checkout counters or staff.
Re-pricing products in the store has become a strategic tool that retailers apply to increase traffic and sales. This white paper explains how retailers are profiting from mobile markdown printing and how stores can leverage different printing applications to create more value.
Retailers face enormous pressure to gain ROI from their business processes. Achieve the most value with RFID technology by ensuring accuracy, while shrinking the reoccurring costs of label media. This document from Zebra Technologies discusses the benefits of item-level tagging, and how on-pitch printing and encoding solutions can boost RFID's value beyond the supply chain.
This white paper outlines the requirements for kiosks - optimizing design, placement and component selection - in order to help you and your business meet specific use cases, various environments and goals.
Wireless bar code and radio frequency identification (RFID) label printing is widely recognized by major retailers globally as an essential technology for enhancing store operations. The pages that follow detail the far-ranging benefits of wireless bar code and RFID printing, and present innovative wireless printing solutions from Zebra.
The consistent and accurate identification of patients has long presented a challenge for healthcare organizations across the globe. Why? Because the process of patient identification remains largely manual and persists across the entire patient journey. As such, it is highly prone to errors and can lead to serious patient harm. Automated patient identification systems are essential to correcting this long-standing problem and improving the health and well-being of patients as well as protecting the integrity of the healthcare system.
Published By: Dynatrace
Published Date: May 20, 2016
The Art of DevOps: Embark on a mission to continuously deliver assets to the operational battlegrounds safely, securely, and quickly.
This eBook gives you, a veteran of application development wars, recommendations that will put you at strategic advantage to win today's war:
- Supplement manual tests with automated testing
- Add advanced performance monitoring technology to your arsenal to prevent problems from infiltrating your code after check-in
- Leverage best-in-class communications and advanced performance monitoring to quickly identify and prevent casualties resulting from poor performance
The use of wristbands to identify hospital patients has been a standard practice for well over half a century. Handwritten, typed or printed, wristbands were originally created to provide an easy way for caregivers to verify identity at any point along the patient’s healthcare journey. From newborns in the delivery area to geriatric patients in rehabilitation, everyone got a wristband. And that’s how things worked until the introduction of barcode technology.
By putting barcodes on hospital wristbands, healthcare facilities can leverage a host of connected technologies to improve safety and quality of care. It’s also the most effective way to comply with the National Patient Safety Goal (NPSG) to “Improve the accuracy of patient identification,” which the Joint Commission has included in its annual goals since 2003.
Bar code systems help hospitals deliver accurate information in a variety of patient care and clinical settings, making them an important component in improving both patient safetyand process efficiencies.
Published By: STARLIMS
Published Date: Jun 09, 2014
The laboratory is a strategic asset for your organization. Laboratory data comprises the majority of medical records and is critical for accurate diagnoses. Physicians depend on reliable laboratory result data to deliver optimal care. Efficiency is critical for laboratory success; it enables your lab to ensure patient safety, reduce operating costs and increase revenue. STARLIMS offers clinical laboratories a powerful solution suite, which includes configurable tools to manage complex testing workflows, enforce rules-based actions, promptly format and deliver laboratory results to clinicians by their preferred method, track and route bar-coded specimens within the lab and across the network for more efficiency, as well as distribute and manage bio specimen inventories.
Published By: Zebra ABM
Published Date: Dec 14, 2017
When shoppers are ready to checkout at the grocery store, the last thing they want is a long wait time at the cash register. In order to meet the high expectations of today's customer, you need to keep checkout lines moving with the most efficient handling of every transaction. This means that cashiers need to be able to instantly capture bar-codes, even ones that are damaged or dirty. They need to quickly weigh produce without spending precious time positioning and re-positioning it on scale to ensure the capture of accurate weight - and cost.
When it came time for Southwest Vermont Medical Center (SVMC) to deploy a new barcode medication administration (BCMA) system, SVMC chose a Zebra positive patient ID system consisting of barcode printers, scanners, software tools, media and labels. Since that time, over two million medication doses have been administered. Nurses have been able to achieve an average medication scan rate of over 95% and a patient identification scan rate in excess of 99% for inpatient units. Even more impressive, these results have been sustained over a five-year period.
Effortlessly manage your fleet of thermal barcode printers for tighter control and greater outcomes. This paper covers challenges like problematic provisioning, security headaches and muddled monitoring.
Stay ahead of risks inherent in modern connectivity, mobile integration and securing thermal barcode printers. This paper helps you leverage your IT know-how, by evaluating common security risks and tightening control with remote device management systems.
Keep checkout lines moving—and your cost of ownership low—with the Zebra MP7000. Its next-generation scanning performance and data capture give you maximum POS throughput, eliminating the exceptions and delays that lead to long wait times and frustrated shoppers.
Whether you’re scanning products, medicine, parts or shipping labels, your data capture needs are dramatically shifting. Traceability demands more data in smaller spaces; mobile payments are on the rise; scanning multiple barcodes consumes valuable time, and there’s less tolerance for inefficiency – capabilities only imaging technology can ful?ll.
Labeling blood and other samples at the time they are collected improves patient safety
and helps prevent a host of problems related to misidentification — including many of
the estimated 160,900 adverse events that occur in U.S. hospitals annually because
of sample identification errors.1 There is a strong and growing body of evidence within
medical literature that creating specimen identification labels on demand at the patient
bedside with a mobile printer can significantly reduce errors. The Joint Commission’s
National Patient Safety Goals (NPSG) for 2010 advocate the use of two patient-specific
identifiers, such as name and birthdate, whenever taking blood or other samples from
a patient, and to label the sample collection container in the presence of the patient.
Producing specimen labels at the patient bedside and encoding patient identification in
a barcode satisfies both The Joint Commission’s NPSG and Health Insurance Portability
and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requirements. T