In a new video interview, RailCare CEO Philipp Wegmueller explains how the company, a subsidiary of Coop Switzerland, improves supply chain business processes using Scandit mobile data capture technology. Watch the video below. “Advances in mobile technology and digitalization provide us with a great opportunity to improve our operations, eliminate paper, continuously monitor and track the transport chain, and significantly reduce reaction times,” said Wegmueller. In addition to using Scandit mobile data capture...

In June 2017, Scandit exhibited at the GS1 Connect 2017 conference for supply chain professionals held in Las Vegas, NV. Scandit's activities included a presentation from CTO and co-founder Christian Floerkemeier, as well as a variety of advanced mobile data capture technology demonstrations. In his presentation, "Transforming Data Capture in the Supply Chain," Floerkemeier discussed how today's smartphones have evolved into powerful data capture devices. He also discussed how in the...

Scandit has released Scandit Flow 2.1, the newest version of our Flow platform for iOS and Android. The latest update includes the following noteworthy improvements. New Annotation API Draw on captured or existing image files. The Annotation API enables a number of new features. Examples include: Damage reporting during receiving or proof of delivery (PoD) process Marking damaged areas on schematics of vehicles or equipment Highlighting or signing on captured order forms...

In a new episode of the video blog “The Startup Show,” Scandit CEO and co-founder Samuel Mueller describes how Scandit is using mobile data capture to transform common supply chain workflows. In the video, which can be viewed below, Mueller explains how Scandit leverages the cameras found in smartphones, tablets, wearables, and other devices such as drones to enable direct interaction with products. Scandit technology enables the cameras on these devices...

PRESS RELEASE Scandit will also be demonstrating its innovative mobile enterprise data capture solutions for common use cases such as Order Entry, Inventory Management, Shipping and Receiving, Asset Management, and Track and Trace San Francisco, CA and Zurich, Switzerland - June 20, 2017 - Scandit, developer of leading software-based barcode scanning solutions for smartphones, tablets, and wearable devices, will showcase its mobile applications and cloud services at GS1 Connect 2017, which takes...

Mobile devices have become tools consumers use every day for on-demand communication, navigation and information. The emergence of a mobile-driven, constantly connected consumer lifestyle has prompted retail to evolve into a new seamless model that blends physical and digital channels. Customers may order in-store for home delivery, order at home for in-store pickup, redeem digital discounts in-store, digitally pay in advance for “click and collect” purchases, or engage in countless other...

Symec Technologies is a Bristol, UK-based provider of mobile data capture systems for a diverse range of companies throughout the UK and Europe. Symec partners with Scandit to provide our innovative barcode scanner and enterprise solutions to its customers. Symec serves more than 300 customers including Addison Lee, City Sprint, and The Range, and offers over 80 combined years of industry experience. The company recently answered a few questions about its...

Christian Floerkemeier, CTO and co-founder of Scandit, will give a presentation about the emergence of smartphones, tablets, and wearables as enterprise supply chain data capture devices at GS1 Connect Conference 2017. The event, scheduled for June 20-22, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada, highlights best practices in supply chain collaboration for industries including retail, foodservice, healthcare, banking, and government. In his presentation, “Transforming Data Capture in the Supply Chain,” to be held...