easy & professional mobile code management and analytics system

QR Code Management and Analytics

Welcome to TAGO, QR Code Management and Analytics Software. With our system you can easily create a QR Code and instantly track who, when and where it has scanned. TAGO also gives the flexibility by allowing the marketers to change the function or destination of the QR Code at any time, allowing new information or features to be offered to the users without the need of reprinting or changing the codes itself.

We offer variety of different types of QR Codes to help you with your marketing initiatives. They include the following:

• Weblink URL – Directs the user to a web link
• Social media codes – Allows the user to “like, tweet, or share”
• WiFi code – permits the user to connect to a network automatically
• Feedback – gives the user the opportunity to provide feedback about offerings or the company and brand as a whole
• GeoFencing – lets you set a border (active zone) based on latitude and longetude cordinates
• GeoTargeting – set URL destination based on Country, City, US State, or even phones' language settings
• PDF Upload – link and point to PDF documents in a secure manner
• Password Lock – protect your files and give access to authorized users
• Mobile OS – provide content based on the type of device
• YouTube – show YouTube videos in a fullscreen mode or skip to a landing page during or after the video has played
• Lotto Contest – specify the number of winners, winning limit, frequency of winning, and scans to win
• Scheduler – redirect the URLs based on time and date settings, scan intervals, and more

The QR code was created as a two dimensional symbology, by DENSO WAVE (established under the name of DENSO) who developed it with a main objective of "Code read easily for the reader" in 1994. The QR code can carry meaningful information in the vertical direction as well as the horizontal, hence the two-dimensional term. By carrying information in both directions, QR code can carry up to several hundred times the amount of data carried by an ordinary barcodes.