San Francisco, CA and Zurich, Switzerland - August 23, 2016 - Scandit, the leading enterprise mobility and data capture company, specializing in barcode scanning solutions for smartphones, tablets, and wearable devices, was included in a July 2016 Gartner report titled, “Lessons Learned From Supply Chain Visibility Initiatives: Part 2 — Supply Chain Logistics and Transportation, 2016” by Christian Titze and Bart De Muynck. The report reviews how various organizations have used...

Next month we hit the road for Dallas, TX, to attend Parcel Forum, where we’ll be showcasing our mobile data capture solutions to shipping, warehousing and logistics industry professionals. Data capture is a critical component of any modern supply chain, and shipping, warehousing and logistics providers rely on barcodes to manage inventory and trace packages and parcels throughout their distribution networks. From smartphones, to wearable devices, to drones, the latest devices...

Reducing capital expenditure and maintenance costs is always a top concern for IT professionals. The need to control expenses can make it challenging to identify a data capture solution that meets your requirements and your budget. That’s why it’s so important to understand total cost of ownership (TCO) of a data capture solution investment. TCO is calculated by assessing two categories of costs over a set time period: hard costs and...

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...

Smart glasses may not have been popular amongst consumers, but they’re doing big things for some of today’s largest enterprises. From manufacturing facilities to distribution centers, smart glasses are aiding workers on a daily basis — improving workflows and increasing efficiency in the process. A recent report from Forrester provides a forecast of enterprise adoption and usage, and some of the findings are exciting. Here’s a look at several key takeaways...

For busy IT decision makers, choosing the right smartphone for barcode scanning in the enterprise can be difficult. With a variety of manufacturers, operating systems and device configurations to choose from, it can be hard to determine which device has the right features and capabilities to support your business needs. Not all smartphones are created equal, and purchasing the wrong device can reduce workforce productivity, increase total cost of ownership (TCO)...

Retail, manufacturing and logistics operations have relied on barcodes to conduct business for more than 50 years. While barcodes have changed very little in that time, the technology used to capture them has dramatically transformed over the years—enabling today’s enterprises to adopt smarter mobile solutions. Join us as we partner with VDC Research to host our upcoming webinar: The Evolution of Data Capture in the Enterprise. Building off the experiences of...

On March 2nd, we’ll be attending the GS1 Forum Logistics & Supply Chain to discuss digitization in the supply chain. At the forum, industry leaders like Scandit will gather to discuss the innovative technologies that are transforming supply chain operations from manufacturing to last-mile delivery, and every step in between. Scandit CEO Dr. Samuel Mueller will be speaking on transforming supply chain operations through cloud-connected mobile devices. From smartphones, to wearable...