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Digimarc and leading retail scale and thermal printer suppliers deliver a more powerful labeling solution for retailers and packaged food brands.

New Digimarc Barcode for Thermal Labels Simplifies Retail Checkout and Reduces Product Shrink

  (UNITED STATES, 1/11/2018)
Today Digimarc Corporation (NASDAQ: DMRC), inventor of the Intuitive Computing Platform™ featuring Digimarc Barcode, unveiled its new Digimarc Barcode for Thermal Labels. Retail thermal labels with Digimarc Barcode scan even when ripped, creased, smudged or damaged, making checkout faster and easier for both customers and cashiers. Digimarc Barcode for Thermal Labels additionally encode GS1 Application Identifiers (AIs) for fresh foods, allowing retailers to dynamically adjust pricing on soon-to-be-expired fresh foods or sell items at a discount, instead of discarding them as shrink.
Digimarc Barcode for Thermal Labels help cashiers more easily and reliably scan torn, wrinkled or damaged fresh food labels. A recent Harris Poll survey revealed damaged labels are more difficult for cashiers to scan.

Digimarc delivers a complete solution in conjunction with leading retail scale and POS (Point-of-Sale) scanning manufacturers. Together, these firms account for more than 80 percent of thermal labels printed in the retail perimeter departments. Digimarc Barcode for Thermal Labels can be reliably and efficiently scanned at the front of the store by Digimarc-capable models of POS scanners from leading manufacturers, including Datalogic, Honeywell, NCR and Zebra. Digimarc will be showcasing this solution with their printing and scanning partners in booth #2875 at NRF 2018 on January 14-16.
Bruce Davis, CEO.
A new Harris Poll survey reveals cashiers find damaged thermal labels difficult to scan because of problems like wrinkles, moisture or poor placement on food items. Seventy-six percent of cashiers experience a label not reading from the meat/seafood department at least once per shift.
Ninety percent strongly agreed that reducing hard-to-scan thermal labels would improve their productivity. The new Digimarc Barcode for Thermal Labels addresses these problems by making scanning easier and more reliable.

"The recent Harris Poll data confirms what the industry has known anecdotally for years, and that's the inefficiencies of fresh food labels," said Bruce Davis, chief executive officer, Digimarc. "Digimarc Barcode for Thermal Labels address this problem head-on by providing a seamless and efficient solution from the fresh food counter to the front-of-store at checkout."

Digimarc Barcode is repeated multiple times across the surface of a label. This broad label coverage provides scanners and mobile devices with a larger and more reliable scanning surface than a label with a traditional barcode. Retailers also have an opportunity to engage consumers by making it easy for shoppers to scan a label with their mobile phones to access coupons, recipes and videos.

Intro to Digimarc Barcode from Digimarc on Vimeo.

Learn more about Digimarc Barcode for Thermal Labels here.

About Digimarc

Digimarc Corporation (NASDAQ: DMRC) is a pioneer in the automatic identification of everyday objects such as product packaging and virtually any media, including print, images, and audio. Based on the patented Intuitive Computing Platform (ICP™), Digimarc provides innovative and comprehensive automatic recognition technologies to simplify search, and transform information discovery through unparalleled reliability, efficiency and security. Digimarc has a global patent portfolio, which includes over 1,100 granted and pending patents.

These innovations include state-of-the-art identification technology, Digimarc Barcode, as well as Digimarc Discover® software for barcode scanning and more. Digimarc is based in Beaverton, Oregon, with technologies deployed by major retailers and consumer brands, central banks, U.S. states, film companies and professional sports franchises, among others.

Source: Digimarc Corporation

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Information of the company:
Address: 9405 SW Gemini Drive, Beaverton
City: Portland
State/ZIP: Oregon (OR 97008)
Country: United States
Phone: +1 503 469 4800
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