Imagine you’re a manager who needs to purchase barcode scanners for 100, or even 1,000 employees. Which devices should you purchase? Should you choose a traditional mobile computer, or are smartphone devices a reliable and cost effective alternative? In order to help answer this question, we developed a comparison of the cost and feature differences between popular barcode scanning devices. The comparison focuses on establishing one of the most important metrics for...

A recent Q3 Performance Index released by MarketLive reveals some exciting data about the change in smartphone m-commerce shopping habits. Pulling from their own customer traffic and conversion data, MarketLive calls on retailers to acknowledge and face the growing demands of mobile commerce. The report makes it very clear that a strong mobile strategy is no longer optional for retailers. Here are some of the overall highlights for Q3: [caption id="attachment_13810" align="aligncenter"...

Last month we traveled to Berlin to attend the 2014 German Logistics Congress, where our CTO, Christian Floerkemeier, presented Scandit’s software-based mobile order fulfillment solutions. In his talk Christian discusses Scandit’s soon to be released Mobile App Suite for Transport & Logistics as well as the Pick by Vision demo app that enables hand-free barcode scanning to retrieve pick lists in warehouse environments using Google Glass. After his talk, Christian was...

Press Release VDC RESEARCH RECOGNIZES SCANDIT’S REVOLUTIONARY APPROACH TO SOFTWARE-BASED SCANNING IN RETAIL San Francisco, November 6, 2014. Scandit (www.scandit.com), a developer of the leading software-based barcode scanning and data capture platform for smartphones, tablets and wearable computing devices, has received market recognition from industry analyst firm VDC Research for its revolutionary approach to Automatic Identification and Data Capture (AIDC) in retail. VDC provides commentary on the Bring Your Own Device...

If you work for a large enterprise, chances are you’re likely using a personal smartphone or tablet for work purposes. The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend is here, whether employers are embracing it or not. A recent study from Gartner reports that 40% of U.S. consumers who work for large enterprises are using their personal devices for primary or supplemental business processes. The study surveyed 4,300 U.S. consumers about their...