Next week, we hit the road for Dusseldorf, Germany to participate in EuroCIS 2015 — Europe’s leading trade fair for retail technology. We’ll be on-site showcasing the power of the Scandit Mobile App Suite for Retail, with live demos of our Self-Checkout and Order Entry solutions for all attendees. Our latest mobile solutions offer a preview into the future of consumer and employee-facing mobile applications for retailers, and our hands-on demos...

PRESS RELEASE Scandit Seeks to Bring Retail ‘Back to the Future’ Scandit To Give Hands-On Demo and Host Scan Race at National Retail Federation’s Big Show — Booth #657 SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — January 12, 2015 — Scandit, developer of the leading software-based barcode scanning solutions for smartphones, tablets and wearable devices, today unveiled a new self-scanning solution designed to make next-generation mobile shopping easy and accessible to consumers while driving revenue and...

We’re very excited to announce our participation in the upcoming National Retail Federation (NRF) Big Show 2015 taking place January 11-14 in New York, NY. The conference is a one-stop-shop for industry professionals to explore new retail technology from the around the world. We’ll be on-site in the expo hall showcasing the power of the Scandit Mobile App Suite for Retail to all conference expo attendees. Our Mobile Clienteling and Self-Checkout...

Imagine an app that reminds you to buy your groceries before you run out, or helps you make that shopping list you’ve been putting off. It may sound strange, but shopping list apps can now do this, and they are helping to keep customers and retailers connected in new ways. For many, creating a shopping list can be frustrating. It can be hard to sit down and create a grocery list from scratch before you run out the door to your local store. For others, losing the list before they even get to the store is commonplace, and leads to impulse buys that wreak havoc on their wallet. Luckily, in today’s mobile world the shopping experience is made easier by the emergence of shopping list apps that help simplify and streamline our shopping experiences.

In the past we’ve explored many odd uses of QR codes, ranging from cupcake decoration to gravestone commemoration.  Today we’d like to share another unconventional use of QR codes, this time as a staple of interior design. Introducing the QR code hotel room: This outlandish hotel room was imagined by Dutch designer Antoine Peters. The room is located at the Modez Hotel in Arnhem, Netherlands. In an attempt to break the perception...

Today we wanted to share a very creative QR code campaign that took place in a couple years ago in Kraków, Poland. Kraków is the home to the Sukiennice museum, which features a variety of 19th century Polish art. In 2011 they decided to renovate the museum, and they wanted to find a way to make their exhibits more engaging. Traditionally young people hadn’t found this museum interesting at all, so...

Today we’re going to talk about a new type of barcode, known as the GS1 QR code. We’re all familiar with QR Codes, those square shaped 2D matrix codes we find on posters, products, business cards and just about anywhere these days. QR codes are unique in that they have a higher data storage capacity than 1D codes, and they are easily read with any camera-equipped smartphone. The data QR codes...

Recently we explored the top 5 mobile stats from 2012, and today we’re going continue in the “Top 5” spirit by taking a look at the most creative uses of QR codes: Virtual Stores: Tesco Tesco may have come up with the greatest repurposing of public space with the creation of their “virtual stores.” You know those posters and advertisements that cover the walls of subway stations in major cities? With the...