The world-changing events of 2020 forced us all to adopt new ways of running our day to day lives. Covid-19 brought about an unprecedented increase in online shopping and home deliveries that retailers and last mile delivery businesses had to…
By Samuel Mueller, CEO and Co-founder at Scandit Many companies had hoped for a gradual return to normality in 2021, with conferences, exhibitions and team outings resuming at some point in the year. However, with lockdowns and disruption set to…
Looking at smartphone scanning for retail operations? See how Scandit’s Barcode Scanner SDK performs – on a consumer device – in typical fashion store conditions.
Lost revenue and time due to error-prone consignment inventory management are serious issues for manufacturers of high-value medical devices. Implementing an error-free and cost-effective remedy to more accurate stock control is closer than you think.
Barcodes are on different surfaces, sizes, types, and come in various conditions. So we have shot a video series to demonstrate Scandit’s barcode scanner SDK deals with this – scanning first time, every time.
Zurich, Switzerland and Oslo, Norway – February 16th 2021 – Scandit, the leading enterprise technology platform for mobile computer vision and augmented reality (AR), today announced that multi carrier shipping solution, Consignor, has integrated Scandit’s Barcode Scanner SDK into its…
Infographic sharing new retail research findings that show why Scan and Go shopping on customer’s personal smartphones is entering the mainstream.
Increases in online shopping have put fulfillment systems under immense pressure. While customers increasingly want contactless shopping. Here we show how smartphone scanning is the solution.
Infographic showing how fashion and apparel retailers are using smartphones for everything from inventory management to boost staff productivity.
By Graeme Woodcock, Manager Healthcare UK and Northern Europe, Scandit Within the UK healthcare system, there is a drive to improve patient safety and prevent avoidable errors from occurring. However, this commitment to do no harm can sometimes be overlooked.…