Data capture and supply chain analytics provider Barcoding Inc. said Monday it has expanded into Canada, adding three regional offices as part of an effort to reach a broader market across North America.
Baltimore-based Barcoding has opened offices in Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver that will both support existing Barcoding customers with Canadian operations and also recruit new users with needs in data capture, labeling and printing, and mobile computing.
The Canadian offices will also provide strategic operations analysis, as well as expertise in radio frequency identification (RFID), internet of things (IoT) systems, and the migration of mobile computers from Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating system to the Google Android platform.
The company also established a new corporate unit, launching Barcoding-Canada with offices in the Vancouver location. "Canada is a fast-growing market with a high demand for our industry services," Shane Snyder, president of Barcoding, Inc., said in a release. "With a Canadian team that understands the local market and culture, Barcoding's expansion will further the company's mission to deliver efficiency, accuracy and connectivity to all clients."
The move is Barcoding's latest expansion, following its 2018 acquisition of Houston-based mobile data collection specialist Danforth Systems LLC and partnership with consumer electronics vendor Samsung Electronics America Inc.
Hello world! We're here to help you with #barcodingscanning!— Barcoding-Canada (@BarcodingCanada) February 7, 2019