TAL Technologies, Inc. (TALtech) is a leading provider of data acquisition and barcoding software for a wide variety of industries.
For over 30 years our customers’ satisfaction has been our priority. Our software solutions are completely reliable, versatile and easy to use and we aim to provide outstanding customer service and support.
TALtech’s software products are sold directly worldwide and online from our offices in Philadelphia, PA. We also have many resellers.
I never thought it would take less than 15 minutes to get WinWedge collecting data from my instruments.. I have not been this satisfied with a software product in years.
TALtech provided unbelievable technical support, the best I’ve ever had. The support engineer went above and beyond anything I expected. Fantastic support.
In 20 years of technical work, I have been involved with many technical support personnel and TALtech the best. Thanks again.
Great Product! – What a time saver! We’ll be buying more.
Software works Great.
Sr. Systems Analyst, Boeing
Excellent Software Package!
Teagasc, Grange R & D Center
As our young engineer said, ‘this software kicked major butt!’
Loved It! Easy Setup.
Excellent program, easy to learn, with a wide range of applications.
Florida Production Engineering
Excellent package, easy-to-use, a great time-saver.
J.Roy Gordon Research Lab
Great product. We’ll be buying additional copies for new systems.
Allied Signal Aerospace
This software has saved me many programming hours.
WinWedge, TCP-Wedge, and TCP-Com are used in any industry were accurate real-time data collection from scales, balances or other serial or Ethernet connected devices is essential, such as:
B-Coder Pro and Barcode ActiveX and DLLs are used where easy, accurate and reliable professional-quality barcodes are needed for records, documents or labels, such as:
The Moderna Group
Austin Exploration Inc
Bio Med Sciences, Inc
Colorado State University
Cinema Products Corp
Environmental Services Ltd
Marine Resources Consultants
Opportunity Development Centers
University of California, Davis
The New York Times
The Smithsonian Institute
Modern Machine Works
Plant Ecophysiology Laboratory
Brooklyn College of SUNY