Scandit is introducing the Scandit Case for Android, an enterprise scanning case which works out of the box and offers a variety of ergonomic scanning options that enable select Android devices to deliver a scanning experience equivalent to handheld traditional scanners and mobile computers at a fraction of the cost. Combined with the Scandit Keyboard Wedge software, the Android smartphone instantly becomes an enterprise-grade barcode scanner with no programming or integration...

Scandit is releasing the new Scandit Case for iPhone 7 and 8 now, and just like the Scandit Case for iPhone 6/6s and iPod touch, it enables the same type of forward scanning with a mobile device that is provided by a dedicated scanner. The electronics-free design leverages the device’s built-in camera and flash to scan barcodes with unprecedented ease of use. In addition, the robust design of the Scandit Case...

The new Scandit Case for iPod touch is an ergonomic scan case that provides the experience of a dedicated barcode scanner at a fraction of the cost. Total cost of ownership (TCO) is as much as five times lower than a handheld scanner or mobile computer. In a new demo video, Scandit displays the full capabilities of Scandit Case for iPod touch. With no breakable electronics inside, the case allows users to...

The new patent-pending Scandit Case for iPod touch features improved materials along with greater simplicity and performance and a lower total cost of ownership (TCO) than dedicated barcode scanners when used in conjunction with Scandit’s mobile software solutions San Francisco, CA and Zurich, Switzerland – January 13, 2017 – Scandit, developer of leading software-based barcode scanning solutions for smartphones, tablets, and wearable devices, today announced the Scandit Case for iPod touch....

On some levels it may be counterintuitive, but the brick-and-mortar store is the focal point of seamless retailing. And mobile scanning is the perfect enabler to ensure the store functions smoothly as a hub connecting inventory to shoppers. On the associate side, mobile scanning supports a number of critical seamless retail activities. Employees can scan tags on products or shelves that need replenishment. Any stock-taking or inventory management activity becomes...

Barcode scanning is one of the easiest ways to collect product data. But choosing a scanning device is not always so simple. Initially, enterprises must decide whether to use a dedicated hardware scanner, peripheral device, or mobile devices equipped with a data capture solution. All of these options have their pros and cons. Dedicated scanners are rugged, ergonomic, and offer a high degree of scanning performance. However, dedicated scanners are expensive to...

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...

The enterprise IT landscape is changing. Mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets and wearables are finding their way into the workplace. As a result, the enterprise as it has been in the past—closed and stagnant—is becoming cloud-connected, agile and integrated with every device imaginable. This is having a unique impact on the auto identification and data capture (AIDC) industry. Previously, enterprise data capture solutions were limited only to expensive, dedicated...