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  • More ZebraCare!! We are now also Supporting ZebraCare On-Site for the 105SL/ZT Series

    Posted on June 8, 2015 by admin

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    Industries that require high volume printing in mission critical environments need printing/labeling solutions like Zebra’s Industrial and commercial printers. Industries like manufacturing and transportation logistics have a fundamental need for maximum up-time and productivity. Down time in mission critical businesses like these can equate to high costs of ownership and losses of critical production hours. Whether a current owner of a 105SL/ZT printer or an eventual one, service agreements are a necessary purchase for ensuring maximum availability and production.

    Fortunately, your commercial/industrial printing investments are protected here at Symbology Enterprises! We are now offering Zebra’s Comprehensive, on-site service agreements on our website. These service packages consist of one flat payment and covers anything from self-inflicted damages to environmental causes over a 3 year period. With the purchase of one of Zebra’s service agreements, the customer receives immediate on-site repairs (next business day), and certified professional assistance to solve any software or hardware problems one might have. Whether a current owner of one of Zebra’s 105SL/ZT printers or a future one, the addition of ZebraCare On-Site not only protects your product, it offers security to your industry that depends on its up-time. Below are links for both our Zebra Care on-site agreements by product, and our provided industrial/commercial printers by Zebra.

    1. ZebraCare On-Site Service links by product: 105SL, ZT200 Series,  ZT410, ZT420

    2. Zebra Industrial/Commercial Printers (Click Here)

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  • Are You a Downstream Chemical Supplier Having Trouble with GHS Compliance? If So, No Need to Panic!

    Posted on June 4, 2015 by admin

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    As the members within the chemical manufacturing and distribution supply chain already know, GHS compliance went into effect on 6/1/15. OSHA discovered that smaller, downstream suppliers are experiencing great difficulty transitioning their inventory towards GHS compliance. If this defines your organization, the path towards GHS compliance and citation avoidance is still obtainable. As long as inspectors determine that downstream organizations are attempting to comply, fines can be avoided until February 19th, 2017.

    It is important to note what is considered an attempt to comply by OHSA. In order to be considered having, "good faith efforts," downstream suppliers and manufacturers must have documented proof of attempts to obtain the proper information from their upstream suppliers, or have clear evidence they are attempting to classify data themselves. The grace period provided by OSHA for downstream organizations bides additional time to acquire the necessary resources to become GHS compliant. A secure and effective way to reach GHS compliance by the new deadline (2/19/17) is with Bartender printing software by Seagull Scientific.

    Bartender Offers clear GHS compliance solutions by providing an automated GHS template and security settings ensuring that compliance is met. The automated GHS template makes achieving compliance for downstream organizations easier by creating a clear starting point for the entire inventory. Bartender's security settings prevent tampering from outside users and other departments assuring GHS chemical labels are created. Lastly, Bartender supports 23 languages, meeting the needs of a true Globally Harmonized System. To find more about products like the Bartender, click here. Also, follow us on Twitter, Google+ and Facebook to get the latest GHS Compliance updates.

    Additionally, check out the Epson TM-C3500 to meet your GHS compliance needs.

    Articles for reference:

    1.OSHA official update

    2.Seagull Scientific


     

     

     


    This post was posted in Informational and was tagged with epson 3500, global harmonized system, chemical labels, ghs chemical labels, epson tm c3500 printer, osha ghs requirements, ghs compliance, Bartender, Seagull Scientific

  • Protect your Printing Investments with ZebraCare Express: A Comprehensive Care Package

    Posted on June 1, 2015 by admin

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    When planning to invest in Zebra G-series printers for your enterprise, it is wise to consider protecting your printer purchase with a comprehensive warranty. As of May 28th, Symbology Enterprises is offering a 3 year warranty known as ZebraCare Express. Normally the 3 year warranty would cost $120.00, however from now until December 31st, a special 3 year price is being offered, $60.00!! It is important to note that a single repair can cost upwards of $270.00 per instance. With the purchase of ZebraCare Express for only $60.00, your G-Series printer is covered up to 3 years, saving $210.00 on the first instance alone.

    The benefits from ZebraCare Express are both significant and tangible. During the 3 year coverage period, ZebraCare Express offers peace of mind that your operations will not shut down because of a label printer issue. Protect your organizations investment in the Zebra G-Series for as little as $1.67 per month and look into their comprehensive coverage solution today. Read more about the ZebraCare Express package here.  Below you can find links to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ to get the latest information on industry leading trends, product information, and our enterprise solutions. Not a G-Series owner yet? check out the Zebra G-Series line.


     

     


    This post was posted in Products and was tagged with ZebraCare Express, GX430T, GK420D, GK420T, GX420D, GX420T

  • GHS Compliance: A Deadline Chemical Manufacturers and Distributers Should be Wary Of

    Posted on May 14, 2015 by admin

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    GHS compliance is coming up fast and will impact all manufacturers and distributors of hazardous chemicals. According to OSHA, these new regulations require all hazardous chemicals to be color labeled, creating a globally harmonized system permitting clear communication across all impacted individuals and organizations. Starting June 1st, all new chemical labels must comply with these new regulations and by December 1st, the entire inventory must be compliant. Why does this matter you ask? Not only is worker safety at stake, the fines for failing to comply can be alarming. As stated by hida.org, these fines can be up to $500,000 and beyond. Starting June 1st, complying with these new GHS chemical labeling regulations will become critical to worker safety and business infrastructure at a global level.

    Meeting GHS compliance is equally important for the individuals handling these hazardous chemicals along with the organizations that manufacture and distribute them. To keep workers and organizations safe from monetary fines and dangerous environments, the need for a massive increase in colored printing and labeling must be acknowledged. Although the first deadline is coming up fast (6/1), as long as the colored labeling process is beginning on time, GHS compliance will become an ensured goal. To read more about GHS compliance and how it can be impacting your organization, please review the links below. For a clear cut solution, see the Epson 3500. Also, check out this link for important labeling software meeting OSHA GHS requirements.

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    Also be sure to check us out on Twitter for the latest updates and information.

    Additional reads on GHS:

    1. https://www.osha.gov/dsg/hazcom/ghs.html#1.1
    2. http://www.hida.org/app_themes/member/docs/ga/hida_osha-faq-may-2014.pdf
    3.  http://www.msdsonline.com/resources/ghs-answer-center/10-ghs-facts-in-60-seconds

     


     

     


    This post was posted in Informational and was tagged with epson 3500, global harmonized system, chemical labels, ghs chemical labels, epson tm c3500 printer, osha ghs requirements, ghs compliance

  • Honeywell Completes Acquisition Of Datamax-O'Neil

    Posted on March 4, 2015 by admin

    Honeywell Completes Acquisition Of Datamax-O'Neil

    - Positions Honeywell Scanning & Mobility to Expand in the $1.5B Global Barcode Printing Segment

    - Acquisition Builds on Existing Printing Capabilities Acquired With Intermec

    - Datamax-O'Neil Portfolio of Solutions Augments Honeywell's Ability to Deliver Enhanced Workflow Performance

    FORT MILL, S.C., March 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Honeywell (NYSE: HON) today announced that it has completed its acquisition of Datamax-O'Neil, a global manufacturer of fixed and mobile printers used in a variety of retail, warehouse and distribution, and health care applications. The $185 million deal was announced in December of 2014.

    "Today is an exciting day for Honeywell and Datamax-O'Neil as we join together to meet and exceed the needs of our combined customers while staking out a leadership role in the estimated $1.5 billion global barcode printing segment," said John Waldron, president, Honeywell Scanning & Mobility. "We've been at the forefront of the AIDC industry for more than 40 years – helping customers be more efficient in how they move and track assets from one location to another, and process the information related to those transactions. Thermal printing and media are important components of our strategy to offer customers one of the industry's broadest portfolios of ruggedized mobile computers, scanners, voice-enabled workflow solutions, printing, software and service capabilities."

    Datamax-O'Neil will be integrated with Honeywell Scanning & Mobility based in Fort Mill, South Carolina, a business of Honeywell Automation and Control Solutions.

    For more information on Honeywell Scanning & Mobility, please visit www.honeywellaidc.com or follow @HoneywellAIDC on Twitter.

    About Honeywell Scanning & Mobility
    Honeywell Scanning & Mobility (HSM) is a leading manufacturer of high-performance image- and laser-based data collection hardware, including rugged mobile computers and bar code scanners, radio frequency identification solutions, voice-enabled workflow and printing solutions. With the broadest product portfolio in the automatic identification and data collection industry, HSM provides data collection hardware for retail, healthcare, distribution centers, direct store delivery, field service and transportation and logistics companies seeking to improve operations and enhance customer service. Additionally, HSM provides advanced software, service and professional solutions that help customers effectively manage data and assets. HSM products are sold worldwide through a network of distributor and reseller partners. For more information on Honeywell Scanning & Mobility, please visit www.honeywellaidc.com.

    Honeywell (www.honeywell.com) is a Fortune 100 diversified technology and manufacturing leader, serving customers worldwide with aerospace products and services; control technologies for buildings, homes, and industry; turbochargers; and  performance materials.  For more news and information on Honeywell, please visit www.honeywellnow.com.

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    Bruce Eric Anderson Mark Macaluso
    (763) 954-5344 (973) 455-4346
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    SOURCE Honeywell


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  • Zebra and Motorola Solution's merger completed

    Posted on October 31, 2014 by admin

    The acquisition of Motorola Solutions Enterprise business by Zebra Technologies is done!. Soon Zebra will have the ability to expand on their Internet of Things strategy. Zebra has created fantastic systems around the connected device with the use of active RFID. With Motorola, we can now move RFID into the mainstream inside the four walls of the supply chain.

    You can read more about the merger and the Internet of Things (IoT) strategy here: http://seemore.zebra.com/possibilities_en?tactic_type=WBN&tactic_detail=Touch1-Static-Banner-Zebra#panel5

    As a Zebra Premier Partner we are excited to add Motorola to our line up. Having printers, scanners, wireless networking, warranty services, labels and ribbons all under one roof will help to streamline our business process and eliminate confusion and extra work for our customers.
    Zebra has become the one stop shop for your inventory control needs. By virtue of our partnership, Symbology now has the ability to serve our customers in a deeper and wider fashion.


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  • Conquering E-Commerce

    Posted on September 22, 2014 by admin

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    Are you an established enterprise that is ready to hit the marketplace in a bigger better way? I am sure you have thought about putting your product onto the web. Great companies like Amazon and eBay have changed how people buy clothes, shoes, gadgets, software, and anything else that someone can think of. Other companies took notice of how popular these institutions have become and hit the internet highway themselves. Having a web store has allowed companies to reach and service customers in a whole new way.

    The user of e commerce is not slowing down. . Consumer demand to shop on line continues to grow. In order to meet this growing demand, many web store products have emerged. One of the fastest growing web store services is Magento. Talk to any business owner evaluating a web store and I bet you they’re looking into Magento and why not! Almost 200,000 companies power their shopping carts with Magento. Both global corporations and local mom and pop’s chose Magento because it is easy to use, flexible, fast, and pays for itself. Magento makes it easy for businesses to upload their products, product descriptions, pricing , specials and a whole all while making it easy to use for the your customer. Essentially Magento increases the productivity of the business so now you are making more money and doing less. This is a main reason why Magento is such a good partner to connect with AscentERP.

    We have connected with Magento to allow our customers to use Magento for their customer friendly website to grow their customer base and make orders while AscentERP handles all of the fulfillment and back end business process. AscentERP has made an awesome 2 way connection into Magento that makes it easy for customers to see demand against their items and react swiftly and make sure the order gets to their customers even faster.

    If you are absolutely looking to take your enterprise to the next level think about bringing your business into the the ever growing e-commerce world. Think about all the new customers you’ll reach. It’s time to get bigger and better.


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  • Get Basic with the GK420d

    Posted on April 21, 2014 by Hayley Monsell

     

    Basic doesn’t get better with this. That’s because the Zebra GK420d direct-thermal printer offers the best value and functionality in a basic desktop printer format.

    Designed for retail, healthcare and manufacturing industries, the Zebra GK420d features a 5-inches-per-second print speed, a 203 dpi resolution for crisp, long-lasting images and sleek and compact design.

    Plus, it comes standard with EPL and ZPL programming for different languages and dual connectivity for easy integration.

    Leave even the most complex print jobs to the basics to get the job done right.

    If you have any questions regarding the Zebra GK420d or any other G-Series printer, give us a call at Symbology today at 1.888.484.4424.


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  • Go Mobile with Zebra!

    Posted on March 27, 2014 by Hayley Monsell

    Small, compact, convenient, reliable, durable and user-friendly…that’s what Zebra’s mobile printing is all about. From RW420 to the iMZ series, Zebra printers serve many industries and verticals including government, mobile workforce, field service, transportation, logistics and manufacturing.

    So, why go mobile? It’s simple:

    - Improves efficiency
    - 25%-40% time saved
    - Eliminates errors
    - Catch mispriced products and markdowns
    - Mobile equipment talks to computers through wireless/Bluetooth
    - Less time consumers spend in line – more time to shop
    - Process more transactions in an hour
    - Easy to use/learn
    - Easy to integrate with pricing system
    - Meets all in-aisle printing needs

    With these mobile printers, eliminating the manual process has never been easier and more efficient.

    If you have any questions regarding going mobile, give us a call at Symbology today at 1.888.484.4424.


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  • It’s Days Like These We are Proud to be in the Cloud

    Posted on January 22, 2014 by Hayley Monsell

    Last night we were hit with a nasty snow storm leaving us with over a foot of snow, icy conditions and New Jersey in a state of emergency. This morning many of our employees were unable to make it to work and this is why we do our business in the cloud! With the help from our sister company, AscentErp, we do not need to be in the office to do business. In the cloud we are able to do all of our purchasing, sales, invoices and even shipping! These tools make our business constantly runnable. In the past, weather and other unforeseen events had got in the way of us getting work done leaving us a day or two behind but now that we’ve integrated into the cloud, we no longer have this problem! No matter where our customers or employees are located we are in constant communication and we never fall behind servicing our customers.. We’re even able to access our business from mobile devices like our iPhones and iPads. Nothing gets in the way of Symbology Enterprises and doing business.


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