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Create QR Codes with logo and style with colours as specified by your Corporate Identity. Just upload your logo or any other image. Additionally you can modify with different block styles and colours. Not only looks better, but also rise attention of your customers.

Print ready QR Codes

Created QR Codes can be downloaded in print ready formats. Codes are available in standard formats such as JPG, PNG but also as vectors in EPS, SVG. Vector formats are important for high quality printing like clothes, stickers and big banners.

Analyse and Manage

Get the inside look into your QR Codes and find out how to reach your target group the best possible way. With advanced and detailed tracking solutions you get statistics in real-time. Tracking gives you all relevant data to analyse your QR Code campaign, from total scans to locations and devices. Use this information to improve your performance.

Dynamic QR Codes

Dynamic QR Codes give you the ability to flexibly change the target URL of your code – even when you have already printed it. Whether the code directs to the wrong URL or outdated information – with Dynamic QR Codes you always have the flexibility.

  • Basic Functions: URL Code, App Code
  • Media Codes: PDF, Audio, Image galeries
  • Web App Codes: Facebook Like Page
  • Standard QR Functions: URL, vCard, Text, E-Mail, SMS

More benefits at a glance

  • Web-based software – no instalation needed
  • No IT department needs to get involved
  • Login via your webbrowser – everywhere and anytime
  • Easy-to-use
  • Excellent customer support
  • Get started within minutes

Customer testimonials

“Besides a very good software, qrsuite offers excellent consulting. There is always a friendly person available, who explains you the functions and how to create codes” Robert Aumer – SEAL Systems AG

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Further Information

What is a QR Code?

QR Codes are two-dimensional bar codes that consist of usually black square dots on a white background. They store up to 4200 characters (numbers, letters and/or symbols) and can be decoded with today’s smartphones in a matter of no time. Specially developed software is already pre-installed on many mobile phones or may otherwise be downloaded for free from the Google Play respectively Apple App Store. Because of their eponymous characteristic – QR stands for quick response and refers to the extremely fast decoding of information – QR Codes are becoming increasingly popular along with the fast-growing importance of mobile marketing measures. They can contain many different kinds of information like URLs, contact details, plain texts, picture galleries and MP3s offering a great variety of application potentials for advertising campaigns.

History of the QR Codes

As early as 1994 people took advantage of the QR Code’s practical features: Denso Wave, a Japanese subsidary of the Toyota supplier Denso, developed them for marking components in order to accellerate logistic processes for their automobile production. In their country of origin the use of QR Codes is so well established that even the Japanese Immigration Office put them on their residence permits. In the meantime, QR Codes found their way to Europe over the past couple of years and are internationally standardized now. What makes QR Codes particularly advantageous is that up to 30 percent of their surface may be damaged, dirty or altered in other ways without effecting their legibility and functionality at all.

Application possibilities of QR Codes

The conceivable applications are almost infinite. Especially when encoding URLs many different contents are possible. These include homepages, product sites, videos, picture galleries, coupon codes, competitions, contact forms or any other types of online forms, social media sites and so on. Many other contents do not even require an active internet connection of the used phone. Those are e.g. calendar events, WiFi connections or vCards that contain personal contact information which then can easily be added to the address book. QR Codes may be placed on web pages, print ads, products or any other flat surfaces.

Start creating QR Codes now

With our intuitive QR Code Generator you can easily create your own QR Codes. You may choose between five different Code Types fitting your individual preferences: Conventional URL Codes, personal vCards, simple Text Codes as well as both SMS and Email solutions that your customers can use for contacting you.