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codeREADr Barcode Scanning App for iOS and Android Sends Data Directly to Local Servers for Privacy and Regulatory Compliance

codeREADr's SaaS Platform Adds Direct Scan to URL (DSU) So Sensitive Patient, Student, Member & Asset Data Can Be Received, Processed and Maintained in Real-Time on Client's Servers

BOSTON, MA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/06/12 -- Skycore LLC, developers of codeREADr, the commercial barcode scanning & data collection app for iOS and Android devices, has today announced launching a new service option dubbed Direct Scan to URL (DSU) designed for clients with data privacy & regulatory mandates. With this service each barcode scanned, along with any other collected data, is posted from the app directly to the client's server where it's processed and the corresponding result sent back to the app in real-time.

Applications include checking-in and checking-out healthcare patients and their medicines; recording student & membership attendance; locating employees and contractors; and tracking deliveries and assets in real-time.

"Our clients generally sync their databases to our cloud-based validation servers. They then use our servers for processing and generating reports based on the scan data uploaded from each app they provision. However, some larger healthcare and enterprise clients requested we sync their app scan data directly to their own servers, thus enabling them to control potentially sensitive data. These clients can now use our DSU service option," said Rich Eicher, CEO of Skycore LLC.

With DSU, clients will continue to use codeREADr's APIs for managing their users, setting app permissions and customizing the flow and type of data collection.

For further information, please visit https://codereadr.com.

About codeREADr
codeREADr (https://codereadr.com) is an innovative SaaS platform for cloud-based auto-ID and data capture (AIDC) solutions. It enables mobile apps to read, track & authenticate data-embedded barcodes & NFC objects anywhere, any time. No CAPEX or training is required. Data embedded objects may include tickets, coupons, inventory and virtually any asset as well membership, corporate, student, patient and other IDs, whether presented in print or mobile form.

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To view supporting documents and/or photos, go to www.enr-corp.com/pressroom and enter Release ID: 341330

Contact:
Richard Eicher Sr.
Director, Business Development
Skycore LLC
Phone: (617) 279-0040 x1
E-Mail: [email protected]

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