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Scandit Launches Platform for Mobile Data Capture

Scandit, a developer of software-based barcode-scanning technology for smartphones, tablets and wearable devices, has launched Scandit Flow.

The new tool is a mobile data-capture development platform, supporting a variety of barcode scanning-intensive workflows across the supply chain, including proof of delivery, inventory management and asset management. Companies can sign up for a free 30-day trial of Scandit Flow. According to the vendor, it enables the migration of data-capture systems from dedicated hardware scanners and old Windows CE devices to the latest iOS and Android devices. Scandit Flow allows users to build, deploy, run and manage mobile applications more quickly, by supplying out-of-the-box scanning workflows and pre-built accelerators designed for supply-chain operations. Customers can also run and deploy their own HTML and JavaScript to enable custom workflows and integrate with existing I.T. systems, drawing on modules for barcode scanning, signature capture, image storage, offline database and native maps.

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The new tool is a mobile data-capture development platform, supporting a variety of barcode scanning-intensive workflows across the supply chain, including proof of delivery, inventory management and asset management. Companies can sign up for a free 30-day trial of Scandit Flow. According to the vendor, it enables the migration of data-capture systems from dedicated hardware scanners and old Windows CE devices to the latest iOS and Android devices. Scandit Flow allows users to build, deploy, run and manage mobile applications more quickly, by supplying out-of-the-box scanning workflows and pre-built accelerators designed for supply-chain operations. Customers can also run and deploy their own HTML and JavaScript to enable custom workflows and integrate with existing I.T. systems, drawing on modules for barcode scanning, signature capture, image storage, offline database and native maps.

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