As 2018 comes to a close and mobile computer vision continues to capture the public’s attention and prove its effectiveness as an easy-to-deploy business process solution, let’s take a few moments to recognize just some of the progress we’ve made this year for Scandit and our customers. Series B funding secured In July, Scandit raised $30 million in Series B funding that will enable us to continue developing our mobile computer vision...

Enterprise asset management is the systematic process of tracking, maintaining and upgrading company assets. Depending on their size and specialty, businesses can be tasked with managing thousands of assets at once—ranging from computers and vehicles to documents. Fortunately, thanks to innovations in mobile computer vision, enterprises in any industry can leverage modern smart devices and apps to track and manage these resources. This approach gives business leaders key insights into...

Did you know that businesses can use data captured with mobile barcode scanning apps to learn more about customer and employee behaviors? With the right tools, this information can be condensed down into actionable insights that drive efficiency and superior customer experiences. But with so many analytics tools at your disposal—and so much information to explore—it can be challenging to find the most strategic approach for your tracking efforts. At...

Scandit-Powered Mobile App Enables Noel Leeming to Give Shoppers Real-Time Stock and Inventory Insights New Zealand’s leading consumer electronics and appliance retailer uses mobile computer vision to elevate in-store customer experiences Zurich, Switzerland and Auckland, New Zealand - December 4, 2018 - Scandit, the leading enterprise technology platform for mobile computer vision, barcode scanning, and augmented reality, is powering a mobile scanning app known as SmartPad that enables Noel Leeming store...

In the age of e-commerce giants like Amazon and eBay, many retail brands struggle to provide customized, innovative shopping experiences for customers. Today’s shoppers expect fast and seamless ordering processes—which is why brick-and-mortar retailers across the world are turning to solutions featuring augmented reality (AR). By enhancing your mobile shopping app with augmented reality capabilities, you can dramatically improve shopping experiences and compel customers to purchase items more frequently. Read...

Logistics enterprises depend on completeness checks to ensure that the correct inventory is loaded onto the right pallet prior to shipment. These evaluations play an important role in maintaining smooth, efficient transportation operations and high customer satisfaction. However, with so many items and pallets to account for, it’s not uncommon for completeness checks to slow down logistics teams—negatively impacting the company’s bottom line. That’s why leading logistics enterprises are investing...

Self-scanning has revolutionized the way customers interact with brick-and-mortar stores. This innovative retail technology enables shoppers to scan their own purchases, eliminating long checkout lines and creating more flexible shopping experiences on the whole. And now that most customers bring their favorite smart devices along on shopping trips, retailers can leverage mobile self-scanning apps to make self-checkout even faster, easier and more profitable. Self-checkout solutions provide opportunities to increase efficiency and...

Mobile technology has had an earth-shaking impact on the retail landscape, arming retailers with cost-effective tools to refine customer experiences and business operations. For example, mobile barcode scanning makes it possible for retailers to abandon traditional barcode scanners in favor of low-cost, easy-to-use smart devices—bringing optimal efficiency to retail locations, distribution centers and warehouses alike. But despite their numerous benefits, mobile data capture solutions can be challenging to implement into...