BOSTON, MA--(Marketwire - Jul 3, 2012) - Skycore LLC proudly offers this human interest story about how a clever student deployed their 'codeREADr' commercial barcode scanning app so the Mason County Orchestra could use smartphones to automate checking-in and checking-out instruments as well as monitoring payment status and physical condition.
The inspiring Mason County High School student is Nathan Henderson and the project's initiator and supervisor is their Music Director, Mr. Charles Hunter.
"What makes this special is that Nathan not only did his 'homework' by finding a convenient alternative to industrial barcode scanners but he also created the service structure as well -- something typically done by the IT departments at companies around the world," said Rich Eicher Sr., Skycore LLC.
For more information, please visit the codeREADr blog http://blog.codereadr.com/
Skycore LLC's (http://skycore.com) codeREADr SaaS platform (https://codereadr.com) is a cloud-based auto-ID and data capture (AIDC) solution which enables mobile apps to read, track & authenticate data-embedded barcodes & NFC objects anywhere, at any time. It is especially useful, fast and easy for small & medium sized venues and businesses to deploy since no CAPEX or training is required. Data embedded objects may include tickets, coupons, inventory and virtually any asset as well as membership, corporate, student, patient and other IDs, whether presented in printed form or on a mobile phone.
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Scanning an Instrument's Barcode
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