So you bought barcoding hardware (a scanner and printer); now what?
You need to replace a damaged barcode. Or you need to duplicate, replicate, and...
Dedicated barcoding software for Salesforce that saves you time and money --- what’s not to love?
In this post, we’ll look at:
Printing labels out of Salesforce beyond the basic 8.5”x11” sheet of paper can be very frustrating. No matter how hard you try, you cannot seem to get it done. Sound familiar? Need barcodes for 4x6 shipping labels? Need barcodes for small retail products?
If you want to natively print labels out of Salesforce, we're the only game in town.
Efficiency & Speed
Efficiency is key. Label Anything is made for your purposes specifically --- so you’re not wasting paper, wasting ink and wasting money. Using Zebra hardware? Printers, scanners, label solutions, etc.? --- Label Anything will be great for you.
How to Switch to Label Anything
Step 1: Speak to an expert about your needs. Tell us what you’re doing and what challenges you’re having with your barcoding. We’ll help find the perfect solution for you. If you’d prefer, you can start with our detailed contact questionnaire.
Step 2: Together, we’ll create your label template --- using Zebra programming language linked up with Salesforce.
Step 3: We handle the setup for you which normally takes just a few hours. We hook the necessary fields into the template, that is, the Zebra progamming language is linked with Salesforce, the dynamic data connects, and you’re printing right away.
Barcode labels and encode tags from any standard, custom or managed package object and fields. You never have to leave your Salesforce environment to do this mission-critical work. You no longer have to “swivel” over to a barcoding software application, and then switch back.
Save time. | Save money. | Accurate labeling. | No hassle.
The Bottom Line & Next Steps
Whether you need:
use Label Anything to print your barcodes out of Salesforce.
Use the questionnaire on the bottom of our home page to get started using Label Anything. In it, we’ll ask you about: