Barcode Registration in Bangalore

A barcode is a set of stripes containing numbers and spaces, facilitating quick and efficient data scanning in the digital world. Solubilis extends its seamless online barcode registration in Bangalore, including Shivaji Nagar, JP Nagar, Marathahalli, Whitefield, and Domlur. Featuring black and white backgrounds with varying quantities, barcodes take only 0.1 second to be read. They play a crucial role in saving time, preventing billing errors, and addressing malfunctions.

Barcode scanners are employed in retail chains, including supermarkets, malls, stores, online marketplaces, and theaters, to identify products. The barcode with Barcode registration in Bangalore reveals product details and is structured in three packaging levels: primary, secondary, and tertiary. Each product is distinguished by its GTIN and serial number. Barcodes are a reliable solution for preventing product loss or theft, with various types available in the market.

Barcode Registration in Bangalore

Documents Required for Barcodes:

To get online barcode registration in Bangalore, you'll need one of the following documents

  • Copy of GST registration certificate / MSME / FSSAI - Any one in case of proprietorship
  • Copy of Partnership deed in case of Partnership firm
  • Copy of Certification of incorporation in case of compan/LLP

Advantages of Barcode Registration in Bangalore

  • Manual data entry and data maintenance is reduced.
  • They save time, allowing for quick bill generation in a fraction of a second, about 25 times faster than manual methods.
  • Barcodes enhance data quality, especially in inventory, by storing pricing information, facilitating stock analysis, and ensuring accurate data retrieval.
  • They serve as a valuable tool for tracking assets, managing business inventories, and optimizing the entire supply chain.
  • Barcodes offer a cost-effective implementation, help prevent malfunctions, and reduce confusion.
  • With accurate and swift billing, barcodes contribute to global identification in the digital market.


A 'barcode picture' is a machine-readable picture composed of vertical black bars and spaces with varying widths. When scanned by a barcode reader, the black bars and spaces are deciphered, revealing a unique 12 or 13-digit sequence of numbers known as the 'barcode number.'

EAN-13 barcode numbers consist of 13 digits, widely used for retail products in India and globally. In the USA, the 12-digit UPC code is more common, but most barcode scanners can read both types of codes effectively.

Upon a successful barcode application and becoming a GS1HK member, you will receive the following documents via email:
Membership confirmation letter containing the GS1 Company Prefix
Member Certificate (if applicable)
Login details for GS1HK Member Portal
Payment receipt.

The integration of barcodes in business processes automates procedures, enhancing productivity and minimizing human errors. In scenarios demanding accurate identification or tracking, barcoding proves invaluable. For instance, in data entry tasks, where vast amounts of data must be entered into a customer database, employing barcodes streamlines the process. Rather than manually inputting a customer identification number, operators can efficiently scan the barcode, fostering automation and diminishing the likelihood of human error.

Choosing the most suitable barcode type relies on factors such as the environment, specific requirements, application, and type of printer in use.

No, EAN/UPC, ITF-14, and GS1-128 barcodes have standardized data content, making them suitable for use by any company within the GS1 System without confusion with other symbologies. In contrast, barcodes like Code 39 lack a multi-industry standardized approach to their data, limiting their usability to controlled systems where interpretation is not prone to confusion.

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