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The 2D Revolution: How Evolving Business Needs and Improved Technology are Driving Explosive Growth in Two-Dimensional Bar Coding
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Two-dimensional bar codes have quietly revolutionized many production, tracking and maintenance processes. Now, 2D bar coding is undergoing a revolution, thanks to important scanning technology advances and growing use in multiple industries. 2D applications are being adopted at more than double the rate of traditional 1D bar code technology, according to market research firm Frost & Sullivan.

This white paper identifies leading and emerging 2D bar code uses and benefits, explains why some commonly held perceptions about 2D scanning technology no longer apply, and shows how standards, regulatory requirements, business needs and technology advances are driving 2D adoption throughout the supply chain.

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