I’ve been working in the Data Capture / Point of Sale industry (that’s DC/POS to nerds in the know) since 2006. I got my start doing phone support for customers and handling email support requests. After about a year of that, the higher ups noticed I had pretty solid info retention and could write passable content, and so they got me working on writing product listings for our site, POSGuys.com. I started off taking about a week to get a good description, imagery, and pricing set up, but now I can crank out an average product (easy to find graphics, less than ten unique options) in about a workday. I don’t know if the quality’s any better yet, though.

Prior to jumping into this industry, I was studying to become a math teacher while providing computer lab management for Western Washington University’s Residential Technology Program. So I’m definitely using my education to the fullest.

4 Responses to “About Me”

  1. alex Says:

    Any idea which ones are most commonly used for retailers? I’m doing a project and need to figure out which retailers can scan a bar code off of a phone. I’m not having very much luck finding any sort of list. Thanks for your help.

  2. alex Says:

    I’m looking for a list of scanners that can scan a bar code off of a mobile phone. Any idea if one exists? Thanks in advance for the help!

    – Alex

    • productman Says:

      Hi Alex, there are plenty of barcode scanners that can read off a mobile phone, usually linear imagers or 2D imagers. The Honeywell Xenon 1900 and Motorola DS9808 are two fantastic examples.

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