2016 was a year where enterprises increasingly relied on data. Scandit gave companies new tools and methods for capturing and understanding data throughout the supply chain—from manufacturer, to retailer, to the end customer and every point in between. This year, we debuted new and improved versions of our mobile data capture technology. We also showcased the impact mobile data capture solutions continue to have on the enterprise across the retail,...

Scandit launched on the idea of harnessing the disruptive potential of the smartphone to capture and distribute data. The smartphone has proven an ideal platform for harnessing information contained in barcodes, QR codes and other scannable formats. We have steadily expanded our range of scanning devices to include emerging mobile form factors such as tablets, wearables, smart eyewear, drones, and even robots. Now Scandit is turning our attention to a new...

By using mobile devices to retrieve data from product barcodes, retailers can blend the physical and digital worlds. Mobile barcode scanning enables a true “bricks and clicks” retail environment where customers have one seamless experience. Download our new white paper to learn more. By putting the consumer in control of scanning barcodes, retailers can ensure a seamless customer experience that reaches shoppers in their homes as well as in stores. Following is...

Scandit will be demonstrating its latest advances in mobile data capture at the National Retail Federation (NRF) Big Show 2017. Taking place Jan. 15-18, 2017 in New York, NY, the conference is a premier event on the global retail technology calendar. Visitors to the Scandit booth in the Expo Hall will see all the newest innovations in our wide offering of mobile data capture solutions. Demo stations will include a self-checkout...

Enterprises have two basic options for storing product data for mobile capture: barcodes and RFID tags. Every organization has a unique situation with specific needs. But in most circumstances, barcodes will prove to be a more cost-efficient and viable option for data storage than RFID. The biggest advantage of barcodes is cost. Virtually all products across all industries come pre-labeled with barcodes. On the supplier side, labeling products with barcodes is...

Leading health care services company Cardinal Health distributes wholesale pharmaceutical and medical products to more than 100,000 locations. Providing affordable, reliable scan-based product ordering for its numerous clients has historically proved challenging. With a widespread client base including more than 75% of the hospitals in the U.S., Dublin, Ohio-based Cardinal Health encourages pharmaceutical customers to place orders online. To that end, the $102.5 billion company offers an online pharmaceutical portal called...

Through the deployment of mobile data capture solutions, retailers can gain a wealth of real-time operational data and insight. On the front end, consumer barcode scans provide enterprises with valuable insights into shopping behavior and help to strengthen consumer relationships. On the back end, mobile barcode scans provide retailers with real-time snapshots into how products move through their supply chain. Real-time supply chain information such as current stock levels and location...

Enphase Energy is a leading global provider of home and commercial energy management technology. The Enphase Home Energy Solution includes a microinverter system for the solar photovoltaic (PV) industry and an energy storage system. Field service technicians performing microinverter installations had no automated means of collecting and transferring information from the job site. This required them to transfer installation data manually. Several problems resulted. For example, technicians were unable to confirm...