Let’s face it: mobile devices are no stranger to the logistics and transportation industry. In fact, the majority of delivery and fleet drivers already carry smartphones on the job. So why are so many enterprises still relying on outdated, paper-based processes to execute day-to-day tasks like capturing proof of delivery along driver routes? Here’s a look at 5 reasons why your organization should consider ditching paper-based processes and embrace greater efficiency in the...

The Flow data capture platform makes it simple to build, deploy and run mobile solutions, allowing customers to focus on their business-specific needs. San Francisco, CA and Zurich, Switzerland - June 22, 2016 - Scandit, developer of leading software-based barcode scanning solutions for smartphones, tablets, and wearable devices, today announced the launch of Scandit Flow, a mobile data capture development platform that supports a wide variety of barcode-scanning intensive workflows across...

Barcodes are ubiquitous in retail operations. The digitization of products is vital to many retail processes such as product information lookup, product recalls and the tracing of products throughout the supply chain. Enterprise data capture has traditionally been limited to expensive handheld scanners, or clunky mobile computers—until now. Smartphones have unlocked new opportunities for retailers, actively increasing efficiency, lowering costs and changing the way stores operate. Today, with an installed base of...

We just released the latest version of our Barcode Scanner SDK for iOS, Android, Windows and other supported platforms. This update includes significant improvements to our scanning capabilities and user experience. We recommend that you upgrade soon to take advantage of our increased performance and feature set (see release notes for details). Here are new features that Scandit Barcode Scanner SDK version 4.14 has to offer: Double the Frame Rate of...

Let’s face it, not all devices are created equal. You can’t determine how well a smartphone or its camera will scan barcodes by simply reviewing a spec sheet. Just because the device has a relatively high number of camera megapixels doesn’t mean it will be the best device for your scanning scenario. Every smartphone—and most importantly its camera hardware—is designed and implemented very differently, meaning that some smartphones provide better...