🔺New Model Part 2: UPC/Pricing Label Printer and Scanning Gun

Many products have a UPC bar code that can be scanned into a computer database which is regularly updated to reflect price changes.

Most stores require scanning every product first and feeding this data into a database which takes into account inventory levels to then update prices. From there, a rolodex of pricing labels are created which then need to be manually placed under the products on the shelves. This is inherently tedious and inefficient.

I have a Prototype for a UPC/Pricing Label Scanner and Printing Gun which has its own database of products, inventory levels, and prices built into it. Simply scan the UPC and it will create a label which can be applied via an adhesive backing.

Published by Diamond1

I have an extensive background throughout the financial spectrum with high-level experience on the sell-side, high-net worth private banking, portfolio management, international finance, public pensions, VC, PE, and economics. I enjoy working and collaborating with people that I admire and trust.

"Fit Models to Problems, Not Problems to Models"

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