- Analytics & Modeling - Virtual & Augmented Reality Software
- Wearables - Augmented Reality Glasses, Headsets & Controllers
- Electrical Grids
- Sales & Marketing
- Augmented Reality
- Mixed Reality
Elektro-Material wanted to improve the scanning performance of their EM order app to optimize user experiences. The app had an open source scanning solution that was slow and resulted in delays in fulfilling orders, leading to a poor user experience and reduced app usage.
About The Customer
Elektro-Material is a leading supplier of electrical components in Switzerland, serving a wide range of customers in the construction industry. They offer a comprehensive catalog of 250,000 electrical goods and have digital channels like the EM webshop and the EM order app for customers to place orders.
Elektro-Material switched to Scandit's scanning solution, integrating their barcode scanner SDK with the EM app. Scandit's technology provided instantaneous scanning response and compatibility with over 20,000 smartphone models. Additional features like OCR text recognition, MatrixScan, and augmented reality overlays were also added to enhance the app's functionality.
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