Scandit AG

Förrlibuckstr. 181, 8005 Zürich

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Ulrich Hieber

Sales Manager

Viviane Ruoss


Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Solutions for stores, head office and e-commerce
  • 01.05  POS software
  • 01.05.02  Self checkout/ self-scanning software

Self checkout/ self-scanning software

  • 01  Solutions for stores, head office and e-commerce
  • 01.05  POS software
  • 01.05.03  Software for POS communication

Software for POS communication

  • 01  Solutions for stores, head office and e-commerce
  • 01.06  Mobile solutions
  • 01.06.01  Hand-held devices, mobile computers

Hand-held devices, mobile computers

  • 01  Solutions for stores, head office and e-commerce
  • 01.06  Mobile solutions
  • 01.06.03  Software for mobile devices

Software for mobile devices

Our products

Product category: Software for mobile devices

Mobile Order Entry Solution

  • Intuitive Workflows
  • High Performance in Adverse Conditions
  • Offline Operation
  • Browse, Scan or Search to Add to Order
  • Integrates with Back-Office Systems (ERP, PIM, WMS)
  • Support of Product Catalog up to 1M Items
  • Catalog Hosting Option
  • Order Status Tracking
  • Analytics to Track App Performance
  • Cross Platform: iOS and Android

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Product category: Self checkout/ self-scanning software

The Barcode Scanner

  • Unmatched Speed and Accuracy
  • Scan Any Barcode in Any Condition on Any Device
  • Beyond the Barcode with MatrixScan and OCR
  • Integration Using Keyboard Wedge
  • Add Barcode Scanning to Your Website
  • Relentless Innovation

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Product category: Hand-held devices, mobile computers

Mobile Proof of Delivery (POD) Solution

  • Enterprise-Grade Barcode Scanning
  • Electronic Proof of Delivery with Signature & Photo Capture
  • Non-Deliverables Management
  • Real-Time Notifications of Expected Delivery Time
  • Driver Performance Tracking and Delay Alerts
  • Integrates with Existing IT Systems (ERP, TMS, WMS)
  • Geofencing and Geotagging
  • Maps & Navigation
  • Offline Operation
  • Intuitive Workflows
  • Multi-Language Support
  • Data Security (HTTPS and 256-Bit Encryption)

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Company news




Jan 17, 2018

Scandit Survey Suggests Retailers Missing In-Store Sales Opportunities

Seventy-four percent of shoppers feel positively toward brick-and-mortar retailers, but lack of digital engagement sends them elsewhere to buy
SAN FRANCISCO AND ZURICH – December 13, 2017 – Findings from a recent Scandit consumer survey of more than 1,500 respondents in the US, UK and Germany suggest brick-and-mortar retailers are missing valuable opportunities to digitally engage with customers and losing sales in the process.

Survey results show that almost three-quarters (74%) feel positive or very positive toward traditional physical retailers. However, the data also indicates that brick-and-mortar retailers are not taking full advantage of the shopping apps that enable real-time digital engagement and information that prompt customers to buy in the store.

The Survey, which sought to gauge consumer attitudes toward brick-and-mortar retailers and benchmark the proliferation of mobile shopping apps that offer barcode scanning in their current shopping experiences, uncovered several alarming facts pointing to retailers’ ineffectiveness in meeting their customers’ expectations.
58% of Survey respondents reported that after browsing items in store, they often or sometimes purchase them later with a mobile device. In addition, 41% of consumers said when an item is not available in the store they buy it from a competing online or brick-and-mortar retailer.
When respondents were asked what features they would or are planning to use in a mobile scanning app while shopping in store:
30% reported they would use it for self-checkout
26% would use an app to search for sale items
25% would use it to access customer reviews
24% of survey participants said they would access in-store coupons
The message from consumers is clear: brick-and-mortar retailers are falling short of delivering a seamless, digitally connected in-store experience that satisfies customers and converts engagement into sales.

These findings are supported by a recently published VDC Research white paper, Reengineer, Restructure, and Revamp Retail with Mobile Data Capture Technology, which reports “omnichannel enablement of the physical store is crucial to meeting customer expectations regarding instant gratification and a consistent shopping experience.”

VDC Research highlights two key areas in which brick-and-mortar retailers lag behind online competitors: inventory visibility—in-store inventory accuracy averages around 65%—and digital shopping, with too few brick-and-mortar retailers offering popular features such as product lookup, adding products to shopping carts, self-checkout, etc. To compete long-term, retailers must work to close these critical service gaps.

In light of these findings, Scandit has published a point-of-view paper, Think Like Amazon, to explain how brick-and-mortar retailers can blend the digital and physical shopping experience in a way that turns a typical physical store environment into a connected hub of seamless retailing for employees and customers alike. “Web retailers’ increasing entry into the brick-and-mortar retail space inspired us to share how to leverage current technology to create the store of the future today,” said Scandit CEO Samuel Mueller. “For example, a customer seeking a specific product such as a food item with vegan ingredients can scan an entire shelf of goods and then use augmented reality feedback to have all vegan products instantly highlighted in their smartphone screen display.”

“Consumers and industry experts agree that brick-and-mortar retailers are well-positioned to take back sales revenue from big online enterprises,” said Mueller. “The retail ecosystem is already built around the barcode as the primary source of product information. By using ubiquitously available smart devices and affordable software, retailers can turn barcodes into a seamless customer experience foundation with minimal overhead. The next-generation mobile data capture technology that Scandit provides will help brick-and-mortar retailers compete successfully by allowing them to deliver the best of the online and in-store shopping experiences to their customers.”

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About us

Company details

At Scandit, we are helping business users and consumers to augment the physical world with relevant digital information in real time through barcodes, images and other visual identifiers captured with smart devices such as smartphones, wearables, drones, and robots. With our next-generation mobile data capture platform built on proprietary computer vision, machine learning and augmented reality, we enable businesses to unlock previously unavailable levels of insights into enterprise processes and workflows, resulting in more efficient decisions, more effective employees, lower cost and more satisfied customers and clients.
Don’t just take our word for it. Many of the world’s most innovative and successful companies are already reaping the benefits of Scandit’s next-generation mobile data capture platform. Our clients include Ahold, dm, Coop, Macys, Louis Vuitton, DHL, Cardinal Health, NASA and Verizon Wireless.

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