Answered By: IESE Library
Last Updated: Jul 14, 2015     Views: 13

A QR Code (Quick Response Code) is a two-dimensional matrix barcode that is readable by smartphones with cameras. QR codes were created by Japanese company, Denso Wave, and are designed to be decoded at a high rate of speed. QR codes, developed in 1994, are becoming increasingly popular to identify specific URL's and other information that companies want mobile users to access via their mobile devices.

Readers: There are many free QR code reader apps available for you to download. The IESE Library recommends i-nigma Reader

IESE library will be using QR codes soon to provide access to electronic versions of our journals and to ease access to our social networks... Get ready to scan!!

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