Smart using of barcode readers

For more than twenty years the information system has been helping with the distribution of medical devices

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Since 1997 with K2 ERP
15 users work daily with K2
€ 7 milion annual turnover
15 thousand completed orders per month

The scope of K2 implementation in the company Arid

katetrToday, in K2 ERP, Arid manages complete information about its stock and keeps records of customers. The system also takes care of shipping, accounting and wages not only in the Czech head office, but also in the Slovak branch. They also manage their B2B and B2C portals directly in K2.

Interesting facts from the implementation of K2 ERP


  • The Czech head office and Slovak branch work in a single K2 installation.
  • K2 ERP makes it possible to use the bar codes of the manufacturer of stored article for registration. This eliminates the need to print your own barcodes and stick them on each product separately.
  • The e-shop (in both B2B and B2C portal versions) is a direct part of K2. This eliminates potential problems with the synchronization of the e-shop with the warehouse records.
  • Inventory in hospital warehouses is performed directly in the barcode scanner and the results are saved directly to the inventory sheets in K2 ERP.
  • Thanks to K2, it is possible to remove specific article not only according to their type, but also according to a specific batch or expiration date.

„The absolute essential requirements for an ERP system working with medical equipment are batch tracking, expiration and complete traceability of the origin of the goods. ERP K2 perfectly meets these requirements. As part of the implementation, we have also consistently dealt with minimizing the risk of operator error. Thus, for example, the barcode reader checks during delivery whether the warehouse worker is really holding the batch that the sales department wants to ship.“

Jakub Skoták, senior consultant K2

„The K2 system enabled us to process our customers' requests very quickly and efficiently and comprehensively record their history.“

Šárka Neshybová, procurator

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