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Change the Grocery Store Shopping Experience with Janam’s XM75

Posted October 16, 2018

Challenge: Grocery chains today struggle to find a way to attract customers to visit the store. With the grocery shopping platform expanding into cyberspace through websites and mobile apps, customers have so many choices in when and where to shop for their products. Retailers need to raise the experience and stand out from its competitors and deliver a personalized shopping experience to their customers to increase in- store shoppers.

Solution: Janam’s XM75 can build the bridge between the gaps of mobile and in-store shopping by capturing and providing the data that you need to generate a personalized experience for your customers.

xm75Why Janam’s XM75?

It can help deliver the complete experience to the retailer and consumer.

For retailer employees:

  • To scan all your inventory needs and keep track of what comes in and out
  • Communicate with fellow employees
  • Change prices
  • Pocketable with long battery life to boost productivity
  • Accessible to applications

For consumers:

  • Help customers locate items
  • Engage customers with product information, launches, and promotions
  • Simplify the checkout process
  • Capture data during in-store interactions

The Janam’s XM75 can bring innovation to the retail and grocery space to better execute inventory management, employee communications, and customer service. To increase customer satisfaction and retention, which can help change and transform your business in order to meet the demands of the consumers.

Watch the video below and learn about the features of the XM75 and see how it can boost your grocery-chain operations. Feel free to reach out to our dedicated account managers if you have any questions or for a solution that works best for you.


ICYMI: Device Administrator Deprecation with Google & SOTI, Inc.

Posted September 7, 2018

When the needs of enterprises have evolved, devices are increasingly accessing more and being used in a wider variety than what Android’s original device admin API was designed for. If you are currently using device admin to manage your devices, you need to be prepared for the migration.

Device admin isn’t suitable for today’s enterprise requirements, we recommended customers to adopt managed device and work profile modes to manage their devices. To support this transition, we have provided a presentation below as a migration guide. One of the two types of migration we recommend company- owned devices to be set up as managed devices, where these devices can be managed on an Android enterprise profile.

Click the video below to discover what is Android Enterprise and how it unifies device management to make Android even more secure, powerful, and productive for your business!

 


Register Now! Join Us Tomorrow for Our Exclusive Webinar!

Posted September 5, 2018

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Join us for our upcoming webinar with Google and SOTI, Device Administrator Deprecation!

………………………..Thursday, September 6 at 12-12:45 PM CST.

Learn how Google is deprecating Device Administrator with the help of SOTI to make Android
even more secure, powerful, and productive for your business!

Key Takeaways:

  1. What is Device Administrator?
  2. What is Android Enterprise and how it unifies Android Device Management?
  3. How does SOTI MobiControl Support Android Enterprise?

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Presented by: 

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Corey Campbell

Platform Specialist, Android Enterprise, Google

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Damon Greaves,
Sales Engineer, SOTI, Inc.


Free Webinar! Device Administrator Deprecation with Google and SOTI

Posted August 29, 2018

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Join us for our upcoming webinar with Google and SOTI, Device Administrator Deprecation!

………………………..Thursday, September 6 at 12-12:45 PM CST.

Learn how Google is deprecating Device Administrator with the help of SOTI to make Android
even more secure, powerful, and productive for your business!

Key Takeaways:

  1. What is Device Administrator?
  2. What is Android Enterprise and how it unifies Android Device Management?
  3. How does SOTI MobiControl Support Android Enterprise?

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Presented by: 

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Corey Campbell

Platform Specialist, Android Enterprise, Google

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Damon Greaves,
Sales Engineer, SOTI, Inc.

 

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Free Webinar! Device Administrator Deprecation with Google and SOTI

Posted August 15, 2018

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Join us for our upcoming webinar with Google and SOTI, Device Administrator Deprecation!

………………………..Thursday, September 6 at 12-12:45 PM CST.

Learn how Google is deprecating Device Administrator with the help of SOTI to make Android
even more secure, powerful, and productive for your business!

Key Takeaways:

  1. What is Device Administrator?
  2. What is Android Enterprise and how it unifies Android Device Management?
  3. How does SOTI MobiControl Support Android Enterprise?

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Presented by: 

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Corey Campbell

Platform Specialist, Android Enterprise, Google

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Damon Greaves,
Sales Engineer, SOTI, Inc.

 


Barcode Scanning on Google Product Search

Posted May 18, 2009

scan-barcode[1]Great Barcode Scanning applications are already on the Android Market – nod to ShopSavvy – but Google has just added that function to their own stable of services within Google Product Search. A post published on the Official Google Mobile Blog highlights the addition.

Google Shopping suffers from the same issues as apps like ShopSavvy – it usually only works with certain types of products and Google acknowledges this:

Today, barcode scanning works best for products like electronics, books, movies or video games, but we’re working on adding more barcodes for other items. Of course, if your scan does not return a result, you can always type in the product name just as before.

This is pretty awesome if you ask me and an obvious next step for Google. Although I feel kind of bad for ShopSavvy who seem to be getting cornered out of the market, everything is free game and I’m sure that ShopSavvy will have its fair share of users stick around.

It is interesting to note that Jeffrey Sharkey, an Android Developer Challenge 1 Winner, was the developer behind a barcode scanning/shopping application called Compare Everywhere and he is now a Google employee working on the Google Android Team. However, he didn’t know about this new feature until I told him! Jeffrey informed me that he has been extremely busy with other fun stuff like widgets, for example.

Be warned, this is only available in the US and UK on Android Phones.

(Original article: http://phandroid.com/2009/05/14/barcode-scanning-with-google-product-search/)