BarTender Barcode Software Canada
Seagull BarTender software is the world’s leading label and barcode printing software for good reason: it is purpose built specifically for label and barcode printing. Plus, with several editions of BarTender Seagull software to choose from, you’re likely to find a cost-effective version of BarTender by Seagull for your company’s size and label printing requirements.
Seagull BarTender Editions
For example, Seagull Scientific BarTender barcode software comes in the following different editions:
- Seagull BarTender Basic — This software is perfect for small businesses with basic label and barcode printing needs.
- Seagull BarTender Pro — This edition adds professional features to the basic version such as the ability to read data from CSV and Excel files and databases, and encode RFID labels.
- Seagull BarTender Automation (standard) — With the automation edition of BarTender, Seagull Scientific actually offers an automation version and an enterprise automation version. The standard automation version responds to data transactions and SDK requests, allowing you to print automatically from any operating system. It also includes Intelligent Templates™, supports both user and group roles, and provides live print status monitoring and system usage histories.
- Seagull BarTender Automation (enterprise) — The enterprise version of Seagull BarTender automation adds centralized system management, browser hosted printing, integration with SAP and Oracle, automatic printing in response to TCP/IP or APIs, and much more.
The Seagull BarTender License Scheme
Both the Basic Edition of BarTender by Seagull Scientific and Seagull BarTender Pro are licensed per PC. You will need one Seagull BarTender license for each computer used. For example, if you have five computers sharing one label printer, you will need five licenses.
The two Automation editions of Seagull Scientific BarTender are licensed per printer. You will need one Seagull BarTender license for each printer used with the software. For example, if you have 50 computers sharing three label printers, you’d need three printer licenses.