While barcode scanning may be nothing new, that doesn’t mean it isn’t exciting. With the market value of industrial barcode scanners coming in at $3.45 billion in 2022—and projected to reach $7.68 billion in 2032 with a CAGR of 8.3%—barcode scanning technology continues to grow. 

One of the key drivers of barcode scanning adoption is the penetration of automation in various verticals in the industrial sector, especially warehousing. And, although barcode scanning has been around for nearly half a century, the technology behind it continues to evolve alongside supply chain technologies to play an essential role in warehouse operations. 

Download this guide for a deep dive into barcode scanning technology, its history, and how it can play a key role in re-inventing how you manage your warehouse operations. In this guide, you’ll learn: 

  • What is a barcode?
  • Where did barcodes come from?
  • The benefits of barcoding in warehouse operations
  • How to choose the right barcode scanner
  • How to get the most out of your barcode scanning solution 

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