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Trenor Chooses the Memor Mobile Computer for TOPSHOP and TOPMAN

Posted March 7, 2013

Datalogic Memor Mobile ComputerOverview
Trenor Group is a fashion retailer with a franchise of brand stores. The company was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden. Thanks to an agreement with British fashion company Arcadia Group Ltd., a British retail giant in fashion, Trenor has a portfolio of many different brands, including the widely known TOPSHOP and TOPMAN.

The Challenge
Both the TOPSHOP and TOPMAN retail stores used a solution for store inventory management that required a lot of work and that was very time consuming. Every time an inventory procedure needed to be performed, someone from the head office would have to bring a laptop with a specific integrated application to each store, along with another terminal for wireless data transfer. These devices needed to be set up for use in the specific store, and the inventory process could finally begin.

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The Datalogic Powerscan Series: Tough Enough For Any Application

Posted January 24, 2013

Does your business need a scanner that can handle the rigors of everyday use in even the most demanding environments?

The Datalogic Powerscan 8300 series is your answer. From the warehouse floor to the production line, the Powerscan line was designed to handle any abuse and keep performing. See for yourself!


REWE Chooses Datalogic’s Elf PDA for Their Mobile Data Collection Needs

Posted December 20, 2012

Datalogic Elf Mobile ComputerWhen REWE identified the need to improve their mobile data communications throughout their various locations; they turned to the Datalogic Elf PDA.  The Elf PDA transmits information on items, prices, shelf replenishment and inventory automatically and in real-time with the REWE systems.

The REWE Group looks towards maximizing speed and optimizing the store management in its branches by the end of the year through the implementation of the 8500 Elf PDA units, worth several million Euro.  The initial installation of these units is transmitting various amounts of data between the branches and the central information center of REWE via radio communications.  By choosing the Datalogic Elf PDA, REWE has invested in a technological, ergonomic and sustainable solution.

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The Datalogic Skorpio Comes To An End: Obsolescence and Replacement Notice

Posted December 11, 2012

Datalogic Skorpio Mobile ComputerAfter many years of exceptional success and results, Datalogic is now announcing the worldwide obsolescence of the former Skorpio mobile computer product line, due to electronic component availability. This will apply to all special versions of the Skorpio mobile computer as well.

Product Replacement Recommendation

The new Skorpio X3 rugged mobile computer by Datalogic represents innovation. From its 3.2 inch color touch screen to its inclined scan engine, the latest advances in technology and engineering are found in this compact and ergonomic solution for data collection needs.

The Skorpio X3 mobile computer was designed with retail environments in mind, both on the show room floor and in the back office. It offers the largest high-visibility color graphic display (3.2 inch) with touch screen in its class. This, combined with its specially crafted ergonomic casing, increases the viewing area in an extremely compact form factor, while its trendy design, compact size and light weight provide excellent balance and superior handling. The Skorpio X3 also resists shocks, tumbles and multiple drops from 1.5 m / 5.0 ft, guaranteeing reliable performance with every scan.

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Introducing The New Datalogic Lynx PDA

Posted December 4, 2012

Datalogic Lynx PDA Mobile ComputerDatalogic has announced their new pocketable Lynx PDA. The Lynx PDA is part of a family of full-featured, ruggedized PDA’s. This new product combines the knowledge and experience gained from all its predecessors with a very compact size and superior ergonomics.

Today’s store managers need to always be connected to their network and able to access any kind of information related to goods needed by customers. They must always be available through a voice connection. Managers are looking for a single product, which is robust and reliable, to provide all these features in a small and pocketable PDA form factor. This describes the Lynx PDA, offering a secure connection through an 802.11 b/g/n radio that is Cisco CCX v4 certified, perfect for all the latest Wi-Fi infrastructures. The Lynx PDA has a vibrant display which is the ideal size for displaying all the information needed, leaving the product size as small as possible. Powered with a new technology that improves outdoor readability, the Lynx PDA is perfect in any environment, including interior or exterior usage.

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JD Sports Fashion Finds Their Mobile Computing Solution With The Datalogic Skorpio

Posted November 29, 2012

JD Sports Fashion is the UK’s number one specialist retailer of both branded and own-brand sports and fashion wear for the entire family. Established in 1981, JD Sports Fashion has grown rapidly to over 400 stores across the UK and the Republic of Ireland. JD’s growth since being listed on the UK Stock Market in 1996 has been meteoric, with the acquisition and consolidation of Scotts and Bank Fashion. Currently, over 1,300 Skorpio mobile computers have been installed in JD Sports Fashion stores across the UK and Ireland.

Datalogic ADC has been a long established partner of JD Sports Fashion since the introduction of over 400 rugged mobile computers for use in JD’s Distribution Centers since 2002. At that time, JD did not have any store management devices. When the decision came to look at automating store operations, JD turned to Datalogic to recommend an appropriate mobile device and solution.

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The Datalogic Kyman Line Comes To An End

Posted November 7, 2012

Datalogic Kyman Mobile ComputerAfter many years of great success and results, Datalogic is now announcing the worldwide obsolescence of the Kyman mobile computer product line, due to electronic component availability. This will apply to all
special versions of the Kyman mobile computer as well.

The new Falcon X3 mobile computer delivers the ultimate in ruggedness, ergonomics, computing and data capture technologies and a perfect replacement for the Kyman.

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Datalogic is Now 40 Years Old!

Posted October 24, 2012

Datalogic is celebrating its 40th birthday. Thanks to Romano Volta’s vision and initiative, this small Auto-ID company that started out in a church rectory on the outskirts of Bologna, Italy, in 1972, is now a colossus with over 2,400 employees in 30 countries, more than 1,000 patents and a partner network that reaches every corner of the world.

This milestone was reached thanks to Datalogic’s constant commitment to delivering world-class, reliable and innovative solutions, which – over the past four decades – has led the company to the status it enjoys today as a global expert in Automatic Identification technology. “The key to our overall success and optimum sales growth year-on-year has first and foremost been our reputation for knowing our customers and understanding their needs,” stated Mauro Sacchetto, Datalogic Group’s CEO.

With a wide range of products from handheld scannersmobile computers, and fixed readers, Datalogic has devices for any application.

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The New Datalogic Touch TD1100 Linear Imager

Posted October 4, 2012

Datalogic has announced the availability of the new Touch TD1100 linear imager contact reader. The Touch TD1100 reader is a linear imager alternative to low-cost laser scanners. It has been developed to enhance the very successful (but dated) Touch 65/90 Pro and Lite models. The Pro and Lite readers have been very successful in the last 10 years and are among the major revenue generators of all time for Datalogic’s handheld product range.

The Touch TD1100 readers feature a stylish new design combined with enhanced performance and durability to provide the new Touch readers with all the requisites needed in
order to compete with a higher-range class of competitive products.

The Touch TD1100 series of linear imaging contact readers represents Datalogic’s solution for customers who require a cost-effective solution for close-contact bar code reading without sacrificing quality or performance. Designed for low throughput applications within multiple markets, the Touch TD1100 readers provide the guarantee of contact reading with an excellent reading capability on virtually all linear bar codes, including damaged or poorly printed codes. Small, lightweight and low on energy consumption, the Touch TD1100 readers continue to provide robustness with a 1.5 m / 5.0 ft drop resistance, which is typical of higher range products.

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Reduce Bottom-of-Basket Loss with the Datalogic LaneHawk

Posted September 12, 2012

LaneHawk InCart presents one of several solutions provided by the LaneHawk family product line. InCart does from above that which LaneHawk BOB does from below. It recognizes the items going through the check-out lane and notifies the cashier in real time when the item has not yet been paid for. InCart uses the same patented ViPR recognition engine as LaneHawk BOB. This allows it to run on the same server to capture items left on the top basket of a shopping cart, in parallel with LaneHawk BOB detecting items on the bottom of the basket. When InCart recognizes an item, it first checks to see whether the item has already been rung up in the POS system. If, by the end of the transaction, the item has not been scanned, LaneHawk notifies the cashier that the item was missed. Like LaneHawk BOB, InCart can produce several different reports to track cashier usage in order to target suspicious activities and reinforce best practices.

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