Seagull Scientific’s BarTender Label and RFID software was declared by GS1 US (www.gs1us.org), the administrator of the global GS1 System of supply-chain standards in the U.S., to be a "GS1 US Certified Bar Code Software Product." This makes Seagull Scientific a formally-certified member of GS1 US’s “BarCodes and eCom™ Solution Partner” Program. BarTender version 9.3 (Service Release 1) was tested for proper compliance by the GS1 US organization in all 9 of the available GS1 bar code symbology categories. This included long-standing symbologies, such as UPC and GS1-128, as well as newer, more advanced symbologies, such as the GS1 DataBar composite bar code. BarTender passed all 9 certification tests on the first attempt. BarTender is currently the only bar code software package to be certified against the relatively-new GS1 DataMatrix specification.
“These certifications assure both resellers and end users they can depend on BarTender as their label design and printing tool when it is essential to satisfy the latest GS1 symbology standards,” said Jeremy Seigel, CEO of Seagull Scientific.
About Seagull Scientific
Established in 1985, Seagull Scientific is a pioneer in the development of Windows-based label software. They produce the award-winning BarTender label and RFID software package and are the world’s largest developer of Windows printer drivers for label printers. Headquartered in Seattle, WA, USA, Seagull has branch offices in Spain, Taiwan, U.K., and Japan. With software and documentation translated into more than 20 languages, Seagull sells its products through a large network of resellers in over 85 countries. Further information is available at www.seagullscientific.com.
- From TheBarCodeNews