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Scandit launches barcode scanning solution for business websites

Scandit, a developer of mobile data capture solutions, has launched Barcode Scanner SDK for the Web, a software program that enables businesses to integrate barcode scanning via a smartphone or desktop camera directly into any web page, adding capabilities previously only available in mobile apps.

For example, by accessing a company website, retail customers can scan product barcodes to perform mobile shopping, instantly add items to their gift registries, or scan loyalty cards to apply targeted discounts, without downloading an app.

In addition, business customers can replace replenishment orders, check inventory and confirm the status of their deliveries, while company employees can perform shipping and receiving tasks and certify proof of delivery. Scandit Barcode Scanner SDK for the Web easily works with popular e-commerce platforms like SAP Hybris and Salesforce Commerce Cloud (formerly Demandware).

Samuel Mueller, CEO of Scandit, said, “Our customers have been looking for ways to perform scan-based tasks without a need to download an app. Scandit Barcode Scanner SDK for the Web helps them achieve exactly that. With minimal integration effort, enterprises can bring the power of Scandit’s barcode scanning technology to their websites and e-commerce touchpoints and enable their customers, business partners and employees to seamlessly interact and engage with them.”

November 13, 2017

Written by Daniel Symonds


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