Self-Scanning in Retail

How to satisfy consumer demand for self-scanning shopping.

Retailers use Scandit’s computer vision software to make it easy for shoppers to scan barcodes with their own smartphones – and then either pay for goods at a self-checkout kiosk or pay on an app with Scan-and-Go. This paper offers the best practice we and our retailer clients have learned during self-scanning implementations, to help make your self-scanning service the best it can be.

Self-Scanning in Retail with Scandit

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  • How Scandit has helped many retailers develop and implement successful mobile self-scanning services across the world.
  • Top tips on how to make Scan-and-Go or self-checkout a great experience for shoppers – to reduce first-time friction and grow the user-base.
  • Why adding augmented reality (AR) to a self-scanning mobile app can provide a competitive advantage and boost to your bottom line.

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