JUX Food Has Used Orca Scan's Digital QR Reader For Beta Testing
Orca Scan, a provider of barcode monitoring technology, and GS1 UK, the industry standard-setter, have partnered to help retailers and brands switch out their old barcodes on product packaging for new GS1 Digital Link QR codes.
Since traditional 1D (one-dimensional) barcodes will be phased out by 2027 after 50 years, Orca Scan is leading the charge on an innovative smart solution to streamline the migration to Digital Link and assist firms expedite the adoption of the new standard.
Orca Scan’s digital QR reader adopted by JUX Food
By utilizing cloud computing and the smartphones we all carry in our pockets, Orca Scan was created to significantly simplify and reduce the cost of business barcode solutions.
It also makes barcode tracking technology accessible to everyone, regardless of company size or budget.
The first platform to completely connect with GS1, Orca Scan, located in Guildhall, is GS1-approved and guarantees that comprehensive product information is accessible to all supply chain systems.
Retail and supply chains will be impacted by GS1 Digital Link as each trillion goods will have a unique, editable web page.