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BellHawk does not require the use of barcode label printers to perform its operations and materials tracking functions. Instead, for simplicity and ease of use, BellHawk can use pre-printed rolls of license-plate tracking barcodes and barcoded receiving, picking, and work order traveler forms printed on standard office printers.
While BellHawk runs on a Microsoft Windows Server, it can work with a wide range of data collection and viewing devices running a variety of operating systems, including Windows, Android, Linux, Mac OS, and iOS, using a variety of web-browsers. Through its interface to BarTender Automation, BellHawk can support a wide-range of thermal, thermal transfer, and color barcode label printers.
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