Barcode Scanner for WordPressLite POS system to manage inventory and orders in WooCommerce
This WordPress plugin allows you to scan any types of barcodes to manage your inventory and orders more efficiently. After barcode scanning, plugin starts to search item automatically and displays product or order you are looking for. Plugin is fully compatible with WooCommerce.
Main features of barcode scanner:
- Supports all types of barcode scanners
- Search by products
- Review & edit basic product information
- Manage stock quantity
- Search by orders
- Review order information
- Creation of new orders
- Auto actions*
By default plugin allows to do search by Product ID, SKU, Name, however you can specify any other custom field (like UPC, EAN, etc) by which search should be done.
Possible use cases:1. Quick search of item
If you have to search for products/orders regularly and you type id/sku/name manually - you may increase your productivity by using barcode scanner.
You will need to scan product/order barcode and it will be found as fast as possible without any additional interaction with keyboard.
2. Point of Sale
You can use barcode scanner as a POS system to create orders in offline stores.
You simply scan products which your customer wants to buy, and you will see prices for each item along with total order price.
3. Restocking items
If you received a new products from your vendor, you can use "auto actions" to increase products quantity in WooCommerce simply by scanning items.
Product quantity will be increased each time you scan a barcode.
Your use case may be different, however barcode scanning & quick search is always helpful tool and can be adopted to any business process.
Which scanning devices plugin supports ?
Plugin supports any barcode scanners. There are no specific requirements to scaner devices.
Which barcode types plugin supports ?
Plugin supports any types of barcodes which are supported by your scanning device.
How to configure plugin to search product by custom field ?
You need to specify custom field name in "search fields" settings, which are located below search field. Make sure you entered a correct custom field from a database. Please ask your developer to get a proper custom field name from a database.