March 8, 2011 in Publishing (E)
[prMac.com] Palantine, Illinois - Don Kurt, Product Manager for Cristallight Software today is pleased to announce the release of the iBarcoder - Mac Barcode Software that will meet all the needs and requirements of a business needing to create barcodes. The software is fully functional and has unlimited mac barcode and Mac QR code capabilities. With this software an individual can individualize the coding to identify location sold, style, and other important tracking information that will help to increase productivity and efficiency.
When interviewed recently, Mr. Kurt stated, "We have now developed the next generation of bar code generator for business owners that want to increase their ability to use the codes for tracking and monitoring product sales and distribution. The need to stay on the cutting edge of an industry is dependent on a business' ability to make adapt to a changing market quickly. Using the Mac Barcode software, an entrepreneur can customize the structure of the code to meet their needs easily."
The Mac Barcode software is ready for a MacOSX 10.4 or later. This software supports multiple symbologies including the Japanpost customer Mac barcode, three types of FIM codes, Postnet, Several UPC, EAN and IBSN codes, QR code, and much more. With the sequential numbers feature, you can define the sequence in which the barcodes are printed or exported.
A Counter mode automatically creates the next barcode in a sequence from the defined parameters you have specified. An entrepreneur can use starting numbers and postix parts using the increment value established.
To get more information on the advantages and benefits of the Mac Barcode Software and how you can increase the efficiency of your business inventory, visit Cristallight Software today. Individuals and members of the press wishing to get more details about iBarcoder please contact us.
Founded in 2004, the Cristallight company develops high quality desktop publishing, barcode and labeling software. It renders services for a wide variety of platforms, operating systems, and languages. Copyright (C) 2011 Cristallight. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh and Mac are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.