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#csun11: BCScan and DirectionsFor Me Combine to Provide Access to Packaging Information using Bar Codes


The following press release was recently posted to the A T Guys blog. A T Guys is affiliated with Blind Bargains.

Two of the leading providers of accessible packaging information have joined forces to provide a new cutting-edge service for the blind and visually impaired.

Horizons for the Blind, a Crystal Lake, Ill based not-for-profit organization and founder of directionsformeTM (www.directionsforme.org), and A T Guys, a leading assistive technology company and founder of BCScan (www.bcscan.com), have introduced a new service which will allow consumers to use a bar code scanner to identify products and retrieve accessible packaging information./p>

"The minute we first heard about Directionsforme, we were simply blown away and knew it would be a perfect fit for our bar code scanning solution. We're delighted to be working with Horizons on such an important and life-changing project," commented J.J. Meddaugh, president of A T Guys and a frequent user of the service.

"The minute we first heard about Directionsforme, we were simply blown away and knew it would be a perfect fit for our bar code scanning solution. We're delighted to be working with Horizons on such an important and life-changing project," commented J.J. Meddaugh, president of A T Guys and a frequent user of the service.

Now, users can visit either directionsforme.org or bcscan.com and use a bar code scanner to quickly look up product information. The combined resource gives access to product details and packaging information for millions of products using an affordable, USB-based bar code scanner. In addition, the websites are continually updated with new information, giving the user lifetime updates for free.

Now, users can visit either directionsforme.org or bcscan.com and use a bar code scanner to quickly look up product information. The combined resource gives access to product details and packaging information for millions of products using an affordable, USB-based bar code scanner. In addition, the websites are continually updated with new information, giving the user lifetime updates for free.

Check the link on this post to read the entire press release. Source: Go to source
Category: Computers/Hardware
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kismat.dinana Sunday, 20-Mar-2011 01:37 AM ET:

dos it work? if I by it from a/t guys! i dont like it will i get my money back?


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J.J. Meddaugh is an experienced technology writer and computer enthusiast. He is a graduate of Western Michigan University with a major in telecommunications management and a minor in business. When not writing for Blind Bargains, he enjoys travel, playing the keyboard, and meeting new people.


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