Scandit Showcases the Future of Retail at EuroCIS 2015 with New Mobile Order Entry and Self-Checkout Solutions

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Scandit Showcases the Future of Retail at EuroCIS 2015 with New Mobile Order Entry and Self-Checkout Solutions

Scandit to Present Mobile Retail Innovations at EuroCIS Forum;
Hands-On Demos at Hall 9, Stand F52

ZURICH, Switzerland — February 23, 2015Scandit, developer of the leading software-based barcode scanning solutions for smartphones, tablets and wearable devices, today announced that it will showcase two new solutions that are designed to help retailers leverage mobile technology to drive revenue and reduce costs. Scandit’s new mobile Order Entry solution is designed to enable retailers to quickly and easily place orders using their smartphones while the new Self-Checkout solution is designed to offer consumers a personalized new shopping and checkout experience. Both offerings are available today as part of Scandit’s Mobile App Suite for Retail, a complete set of innovative retail solutions.

“In today’s complex retail environment, consumers are increasingly shopping on mobile devices, forcing retailers to innovate and deliver a next-generation mobile experience,” said Samuel Müller, CEO of Scandit. “I’m excited to be at EuroCIS to discuss how our new mobile solutions are radically altering the current retail paradigm by delivering a seamless shopping experience and streamlining operations. From mobile ordering to effortless checkout, and more, Scandit is powering the next wave in mobile solutions while reducing overhead for retailers worldwide.”

Scandit Mobile Order Entry Solution

Scandit’s new mobile Order Entry solution empowers wholesalers to allow retailers in their network to access product catalogs on their smartphones, build orders by scanning or searching for products, submit orders on the fly, reference order history, and receive exclusive deals on their mobile devices. Wholesalers and their retail customers can increase order frequency by providing a fast and easy way for employees to place orders, reduce costs by streamlining the process of receiving orders, drive sales by providing timely promotions and order reminders, get real time purchasing analytics, track orders in progress, and more.

Scandit Self-Checkout Solution

Scandit’s integrated Self-Checkout solution permits consumers on mobile devices to quickly and easily scan products as they shop and add them to virtual baskets, review detailed product information, access their purchase history, receive deals and offers while shopping, utilize new payment solutions like ApplePay to speed through checkout and much more. Scandit’s self-checkout technology benefits retailers by enabling them to offer customers an innovative new shopping experience, resulting in shorter lines and fewer abandoned items. Retailers can also reduce the number of traditional checkout stations required, reducing operational costs, push coupons and deals to customers as they shop to increase customer basket size, gain intelligence from real-time analytics and build deeper engagement with customers leading to increased loyalty and satisfaction.

Feature Presentation and Hands-on Demos at EuroCIS 2015

Dr. Samuel Müller, CEO of Scandit will give a presentation titled, “Cashiers to Cashless: The Rise of Mobile Self-Checkout Apps” at EuroCIS Forum Hall 10 #D04 on February 25th at 3pm. Scandit will also be offering demos at Hall 9, Stand F52.

About Scandit

Scandit delivers high performance mobile solutions for smartphones, tablets and wearables, designed to transform consumer engagement and operational efficiency for today’s forward-looking enterprises. Scandit solutions are built on its patented software-based barcode scanner and are used in a variety of industries including retail, manufacturing and logistics. With more than 15,000 licensees in 80 countries, Scandit processes hundreds of millions of scans per year and develops enterprise-grade solutions for many of the world’s most prestigious brands including Ahold, Coop, Homeplus (Tesco), NASA and Saks Fifth Avenue. Founded in 2009 by a group of researchers from MIT, ETH Zurich and IBM Research, today Scandit and its network of global integration and technology partners are pushing the boundaries of mobile AIDC (automatic identification and data capture), delivering groundbreaking identification and data capture applications to customers. For more information visit