Learn More About Barcode Labeling

The Heart of All Barcode Labeling

The heart of any barcode labeling solution is the software itself. Without it, labeling would be a messy, manual process with many opportunities for errors. Companies in many different industries use barcode label software to design and print their labels efficiently and accurately.

Barcode Labeling That Works

You've probably already experienced it: the frustration of printing a label that just doesn't look the way it should. Why can't things just work?! If your barcode labeling software has embedded printer drivers, the labels will print exactly as you see them on your computer screen, keeping your hair from prematurely turning gray. 

TEKLYNX Barcode Labeling Software Has the Most Embedded Printer Drivers

TEKLYNX has developed over 3,000 native label printer drivers to provide the best overall quality for your barcode labeling needs. 

What is a printer driver, you ask? A printer driver is the translator between your barcode labeling software and your printer. Our development teams across the globe work closely with printer manufacturers to develop high quality drivers that optimize printer performance.

That's why one of North America's largest manufacturers of plastic tubing used TEKLYNX to reduce label printing errors by 50%. Read the case study.

But wait, there's more. The embedded printer drivers within TEKLYNX barcode labeling solutions:

  • Produce highly accurate WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) designs, reducing label stock waste and reprints
  • Are easily installed, making changing printers a snap
  • Securely protect your labeling process

No barcode labeling solution prints faster. Period.

TEKLYNX Has Barcode Labeling Service and Support That Is Second to None

Don't take our word for it: check out what our end users and partners have to say about TEKLYNX Customer Support:

"This is the level of service that makes a good product a FANTASTIC product" - David Nicholl, Sovall & Company

"Three questions and it was done. We are ordering another LABELVIEW license tomorrow. Best customer service in the industry" - TEKLYNX end user

"It is very hard to find customer service that actually focuses on the issue at hand. Nicole is a good listener and after I finished explaining my issue, she very politely answered my question with no hesitation" - Byron Calvo, Canada Colors & Chemical, LTD

Read more customer testimonials here.

Barcode Labeling Solutions That Grow with Your Business

Are you a startup company working out of your garage? Perhaps you own a small business, or work for a large enterprise. TEKLYNX has your back, whether you need:

  • Product Labels, Shipping Labels, or SKU Labels
  • Full-blown integration with an inventory or document tracking system
  • Compliance with labeling regulations such as:
    • US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 21 CFR Part 11
    • Globally Harmonized System for Hazard Communication and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS)
    • Global Standards One (GS1)
    • Produce Traceability Initiative (PTI)
    • Unique Device Identification (UDI)
    • Unique Identification (UID)

TEKLYNX barcode labeling solutions grow with you. You'll never have to go through the disruption of finding a different vendor down the road.

Use the Product Selector to find the best TEKLYNX Barcode Labeling Software for your organization.


Check out our Product Comparison Chart to see all the options.


History of the Barcode

Just for fun: The idea of barcodes was invented by a man named Joe Woodland. He learned Morse code in the boy scouts and thought he could apply something similar to help grocers control inventory. While Joe was sitting in the sand of Miami Beach in January of 1949, it happened. "I remember I was thinking about dots and dashes when I poked my four fingers into the sand and, for whatever reason, I pulled my hand toward me and I had four lines. I said 'Golly! Now I have four lines and they could be wide lines and narrow lines, instead of dots and dashes. Now I have a better chance of finding the doggone thing.'", said Joe, according to the Smithsonian*.