Provider of self-scanning inventory data for medium and large retailers intended to monitor, identify and resolve inventory situations real-time. The company's software allows real-time inventory tracking inventory trends, auditing, inventory categorizing and planning, personalized dashboard, reporting, and analytics, productivity and accuracy analysis. It also provides ample communication lines, servers, and routers, ensuring high availability and uninterrupted inventory activity, enabling users to improve inventory accuracy.
In 2022, Datascan revenue run rate hit $3.5M in revenue.
Datascan hit $3.5M in revenue in 2021
Datascan launched in 1970 with $0 revenue
Datascan Funding History
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Datascan has 90 total employees and 3 sales reps that carry a quota.
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As the President of Datascan, Adrian believes the vision for the Company is, “To provide retailers with the greatest value from their inventory process. This means transforming raw inventory data into meaningful, manageable inventory information that can be used to improve how a retailer conducts its business.” The collection of data that traditionally has a very short shelf-life, he says, needs now to be leveraged much more effectively to add value to a retailer’s investment in the process. “Datascan is on a quest”, Adrian says, “to take the value of the inventory process to a whole new level through utilizing the latest in Self-Scanning.”
Adrian has a long history of helping build successful businesses into leaders within their industries. With over 20 years of experience in the application of wireless and barcode data-collection technologies, he is no stranger to the challenges of the retail inventory market.
Adrian and his wife have happily relocated to the Dallas area, and when not at work enjoys listening to his eclectic collection of music, adding to his wine cellar and keeping in touch with his family in the UK.