Barcoding, Inc. CEO and Founder Jay Steinmetz was recently interviewed on Baltimore’s citybizlist, offering insights into the company’s past, present, and future.
A U.S. patent for a system where RFID could be used to identify medications and audibly communicate dosage and intake instructions was recently assigned to Barcoding, Inc.—an idea that was birthed by Steinmetz himself. But this isn’t the first time a patent was granted to Barcoding, Inc. In fact, multiple U.S. patents are already held, three of which were assigned in just the past six months!
Steinmetz founded Barcoding, Inc. in 1997 and in 2006 received Ernst and Young’s Entrepreneur Of The Year award in the “Technology Entrepreneur” category for the MidAtlantic. Now, over 2,500 organizations depend on Barcoding, Inc. for barcoding and RFID applications that automate operations in healthcare, field service, food and beverage, manufacturing and distribution, retail, transportation and logistics, and wholesale inventory.
When asked to describe his “personal brand,” Steinmetz responded with, “…I believe life is a journey, but I’m not seeking the destination. I’m enjoying every day and making sure to share the wealth with those around me so we can enjoy life together.”