SCANNING IMPROVES OPERATIONS
THE CODE DOWNLOAD
Topics: Code Corporation
So many organizations today talk about “work/life” balance. Here at Code, we do more than pay lip service to the idea – it’s built right into our policies.
Salt Lake City, Utah – December 16, 2019 – Code Corporation, a leading innovator in the barcode scanning industry, has moved its U.S. headquarters to a new location. The new address for the company is 434 West Ascension Way, Suite 300, Murray, Utah 84123. All other company information, such as phone numbers and emails, remains the same.
Algorithms are becoming as common place as cell phones; maybe even more so. Hardly a day goes by that tech news (and even the evening news) doesn’t have something to say about algorithms and their impact on the modern world. So what, exactly, is an algorithm and why is it so important?
There is no doubt that police officers have dangerous jobs. Every year, communities across the US mourn the loss of the upstanding men and women who serve in public safety roles. A great number of these deaths are a direct result of accidents that occur as part of a routine traffic stop.
Where would you or your loved ones be without advanced healthcare technology?
For many people, the answer to that question isn’t something pleasant to think about. Luckily for all of us, healthcare practices, procedures, and technologies just continue to getting better. Today we are staring at a future where a cure for cancer is within reach. The reality is that improved health care practices and procedures save lives. And technology plays a monumental role in patient safety through the efficient application of life-saving practices. However, no matter how good a practice is, it’s only effective if people have the right tools to execute it.
Topics: Data Capture, workflow solution, barcode scanning, barcode, barcode scanning workflow, Code, Healthcare, barcode reading, mobile barcode scannning, Healthcare Innovation, Soft-Scanning, Code Corporation, healthcare data capture, secure data capture, Mobility, Bluetooth, Healthcare Workflow
Lottery and Gaming
It’s no secret that lotteries have been big business for decades, not only in the US, but around the globe. In the US alone in 2016, adults spent $72.7 billion on lottery tickets of all kinds. With jackpots reaching into the hundreds of millions of dollars, it’s no wonder lottery fever catches people from all walks of life, nor is it any wonder that people will go to extreme lengths to try to cheat the system. Every day, millions of people hand over hard-earned money for a chance at wealth, and every day, thousands of others scheme ways to defraud the system. In both cases, the lure of instant wealth (or even just an extra 20 bucks), draws folks to play some form of a lottery ticket.