No. Anyone can design and print labels with Barcode400. Users with a basic knowledge of CL, RPG, COBOL or Java can integrate barcode400 into existing applications.
Yes. Several users can use the software at the same time. For example, someone can be designing a label while someone else is printing labels. You can even design and/or print labels at remote sites.
No. you can design and print labels from any terminal or pc connected to your midrange system.
Tl Ashford offers a 30-day, fully functional trial of our product which includes complete access to our technical support staff and resources.
Yes. Barcode400 supports 2-D bar codes (PDF, Maxicode, Datamatrix, QR Code) that are in wide use today.
Not necessarily. Barcode400 offers both a graphical user interface for the pc and a traditional 5250 (Green Screen) designer.
No. barcode400 utilized data directly from the IBM i.
No, formats are stored on the IBM i and can be accessed by anyone on the Ibm I with the proper security clearance.
Yes. External program calls can be made to the barcode labeling system. Barcode400 also has an integration assistant to help generate source code for your applications.
No. Barcode400 can use existing data files on the ibm i.
No. Barcode400 does not alter or update data base files.
No. the price is based on the number of printers per cpu. It is not tiered by the number of users, and the graphical label designer has no limit to the number of users.
Absolutely. We take great pride in providing exceptional support to our customers, and have been recognized throughout the industry in providing outstanding service. Three months of technical support is included with your purchase.
As part of our low-cost Software Maintenance Program, we provide access to updates for no additional charge.