When stocks of barcodes dip below 100, it's time to reorder.
We order barcodes for the following Houghton collections:
Orders may be placed for one or more collections at a time.
There are several steps to follow:
Obtain a range of barcode numbers;
Estimate the price;
Create a purchase order in Oracle;
Place an order with Data2;
Confirm the order;
Update the P.O. (if necessary);
Receive the order;
Receive the order in Oracle.
For all Houghton collections we order within the following parameters:
Use the form at http://library.harvard.edu/lts/support/barcodes
An e-mail reply with the requested range of numbers will arrive in a couple of days.
As of May 1, 2014, the contact for these is Luke Gaudreau, Production Systems Librarian (email@example.com / (617) 495-3724).
Use figures on the order form (eg $25.25/1,000 or $0.02525/label)
Supplier: DATA2 INC
Supplier Site: ST LOUIS_01
Supplier Item: J130PL
Description: (Barcodes for XX Library/Collection(s))
Quantity: (total number of physical barcodes needed (logical quantity x 2 = physical quantity)
This is currently done by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org with text which includes the elements in this example:
I would like to place the following barcode order:
The purchase order number for this order is: 70001003614
Label_type : T9817
Model J130PL, Pairs, 2 mil
Item description: 2 x 0.625 BC LABEL
Quantity = 2,000
Physical quantity = 4,000
Start: 3 2044 132 803 38
End: 3 2044 132 823 37
Text: Houghton Library
Please ship to:
Technical Services Librarian
1 Harvard Yard
Cambridge, MA 02138
Please also send copy of invoice to our Accounts Payable address on file:
P.O. Box 381588
Cambridge, MA 02238
Data2 will e-mail to confirm the order.
If Data2 lists postage/shipping costs, update the P.O.
If the amount changes or postage/shipping needs to be added to the estimate.
Verify the Start and End numbers.
Place the new barcodes at the bottom of the stock of barcodes on hand.
Note the receipt number.
At the beginning and end of this process any internal spreadsheet for supply orders should be updated.