New Datalog Software Makes It Easier To Log Digital Readouts, says Floor Scales Direct

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New Datalog scale to PC software makes weighing and tracking weights much easier. Online retailer Floor Scales Direct is now offering the software for use with many models of Triner scale.

Weighing equipment or livestock is necessary for business owners, but it can be a time consuming process. Streamlining this task so that it can be done quicker can benefit any organization. But until recently, making the process easier or more efficient was difficult. Limited by the equipment on the market, most farmers, warehouse operators, and business owners, have given up on making the process any easier.

Online retailer Floor Scales Direct is now offering a software package which can assist with this process. New Datalog software is finally making it much easier for business owners to track and organize weights. For a limited time only, this package is being offered at only $195.00, including the software, user’s guide, and required connecting cable.

This new technology connects the user’s PC directly to the scale. Using a connecting cable, the user simply plugs the computer and scale in, and the software will do the rest. The software’s main interface features a digital readout that displays the weight measured by the scale. With just one click, the user can log the data displayed on the readout. There is also a spreadsheet function, which places the data directly in a spreadsheet, saving the user extra work. These records are instantly saved for future use.

What this ultimately means for the user is time saved during the weighing process and faster access to data. Rather than wasting time compiling the data in one sheet, the relevant data is automatically made available for review. Informed decisions can be made faster than ever before when this technology is used.

In addition to this new software, Floor Scales Direct also offers many models and types of scales, ideal for any business use.

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