Case Studies
Batch processing solutions are typically delivered in two ways: as a web-based generator, available for the customer to use as needed, or generated by us at the customer's request and delivered en masse. Here are two examples, real customers, that illustrate the difference.

Web-based Generator

Batch Generation Service

Custom Residential, a boutique real estate office in New Zealand, wanted to dress up their listings, so they decided to use a designer QR code instead of the standard "black and white checkerboard" style. We offered a low-cost solution that includes a password protected, on-line generator, available for their exclusive use anytime they publish a new listing. They simply type in the location of the listing on their website and a title for the file, press "Process", and in a second or two the customized QR Code is available for download.

Since they are a fairly low volume user, the costs to set up the generator and maintain it were kept low enough to suit their budget.

If you would to try an on-line "test drive" of a QR Code generator similar to this one, you can try one here.

When the French company Faguo wanted to promote their line of shoes, they turned to the BookBeo agency to set up an event. They decided to host the "Faguo Poursuite" (Faguo Pursuit), a treasure hunt with dozens of handbills posted around Canal St. Martin in Paris. Each handbill would contain a Faguo themed QR code (the "?" codes), which could be scanned for a clue to the next location. At the end, participants could scan another QR code design for a gift.

To implement this, BookBeo needed about 80 QR Codes built around the question mark and gift box themes, each with slightly different content. Together with SETQR, we were able to provide them with the designs and batch processing to meet their needs in short order.