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Login and track your time with Time Station Today I found out that if you own a brick and mortar business you now can use QR codes in the work place as a way for employees to check in and check out. In fact if you just want to keep time of the hours you

When grocery chain Tesco wanted to expand their market share in South Korea, they came up with a brilliant idea. Because the people in South Korea work long hours they thought of an efficient way to sell their products. The Korean subsidiary Home Plus put up billboards in subway stations with their range of products,

In our recent research we came across a battle for the largest QR Codes in the world. Qr Codes are becoming a great tool for businesses and organizations to attract attention. People who scan the code with their smartphones will be taken to a website created especially for the project, Hackerspace Charlotte’s Ryan Stachurski says. Hackerspace is

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Here is a very interesting article from Scanlife New York, NY – January 11, 2012 – Scanbuy, Inc., the developer of the ScanLife mobile barcode platform (, today released results from a quantitative study that illustrates high awareness and adoption of 2D barcodes among U.S. marketers across a wide range of industries. Representing more than 100 marketers from

QR Codes for Charities! Over the last 12 months we have seen a huge number of uses for QR Codes from simple URL redirection to online ticketing and discounts. Mobile marketing and QR Codes for Charities and Aid Organizations is just taking off and as always first adopters get the key advantage. How to use QR

QR Codes are popping up everywhere and the business of creating a Customized QR Codes has enabled businesses to really make their campaigns stand out. To Order your Customized QR Codes Click Here The QR Code will look ever more interesting as the image, logo or preferred text will give mobile phone users a rough idea