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BYOD: Where Cost, Speed and Scalability are Key
With BYOD employees use their personal smartphones for work.
With a scanning-enabled app they can complete last mile tasks, like proof of delivery, on their device.
For the enterprise, it’s more cost effective. No need to provision or maintain hardware. It’s also quicker to onboard workers for seasonal or unplanned peaks – no need to ship a device, minimal training required.
However, you need to ensure their devices are up to the job. Usage and security policies are a must.
COPE: Balance Performance and Control With Staff Satisfaction
With COPE, the company provides employees with the devices needed to do their job.
Where COPE differs from a standard business-owned device is full or partial personal use is allowed. Staff may potentially contribute financially for the benefit.
For the enterprise, it provides control and security. You know devices are tailored to meet the exact specifications and handle workflows. It lowers workload for IT too. Employees enjoy the perks of not purchasing a smartphone.
Considerations and Benefits:
No One Size Fits-all
Ultimately, there is no one-fits-all solution. The decision depends on your company needs and profile. Learn about the benefits of both strategies in our infographic.
It’s not an either or choice. Many companies adopt a hybrid model. Here diverse deployment models are used for different divisions, employee groups or even processes, aligned to specific outcomes.
Scandit helps enterprises successfully deploy enterprise-grade barcode scanning apps on both personal and business-owned smartphones.
Why Delivery Businesses Trust Scandit
We have helped leading delivery businesses to replace hardware scanners with smartphones to drive efficiency, lower TCO and create a platform for future innovation.
Your drivers’ BYOD or COPE smart device becomes a high-performance scanner – Scandit works on over 20,000 device models.
Our enterprise-level support helps you at every stage from designing, building, deploying and post-live services.