Retailers can obtain a wealth of real-time enterprise data with mobile barcode scans. Following is a brief overview of how mobile data capture helps retailers transform processes and tasks related to the use cases of clienteling, mobile POS (mPOS), mobile shopping (mShopping), order entry, self-checkout, inventory management and proof of delivery (POD). Clienteling Mobile apps provide store associates with real-time access to vital information at the point of customer interaction. By scanning a...

Seamless retail depends on real-time, enterprise-wide inventory awareness and customer engagement. To adequately meet consumer expectations across all channels, retailers need to understand their shoppers more intimately than ever before. Download our new white paper to learn more. At every point in the omnichannel retail enterprise, from the customer home to the store to the distribution center to the initial source, retailers need ready access to accurate product data. Mobile data capture...

By using mobile devices to retrieve data from product barcodes, retailers can blend the physical and digital worlds. Mobile barcode scanning enables a true “bricks and clicks” retail environment where customers have one seamless experience. Download our new white paper to learn more. By putting the consumer in control of scanning barcodes, retailers can ensure a seamless customer experience that reaches shoppers in their homes as well as in stores. Following is...

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...

Retail has entered the seamless era. Consumers now use mobile devices for on-demand communication, navigation and information. This has produced an expectation of convenience and immediacy in every area of shoppers’ lives that would have been unimaginable less than 10 years ago. The ongoing, mobile-driven shift in consumer lifestyle has prompted retail to evolve from a push into a pull model. As a result, retailers need total supply chain transparency that...

Barcodes are ubiquitous in retail operations. The digitization of products is vital to many retail processes such as product information lookup, product recalls and the tracing of products throughout the supply chain. Enterprise data capture has traditionally been limited to expensive handheld scanners, or clunky mobile computers—until now. Smartphones have unlocked new opportunities for retailers, actively increasing efficiency, lowering costs and changing the way stores operate. Today, with an installed base of...

Scandit Software Paired with SAP hybris Commerce Helps Retailers Maximize Employee Efficiency and Drive Revenue Through the Mobile Channel Zurich, Switzerland — October 21, 2015 — Scandit, developer of leading software-based barcode scanning solutions for smartphones, tablets and wearable devices, today announced that its patented mobile barcode scanning technology now integrates with the SAP® hybris® Commerce solution to deliver a true omnichannel experience. Scandit has optimized its industry-leading mobile Barcode...

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...