In 1995 the new factory in Pescara opens, taking the name of Datasud. In the same year the Datalogic Group attains the ISO9001 Certification for Quality.
In 1996 the project to reorganize the operational structure divided by Business Units begins and under the distribution profile the Quality Partner project is launched. This entails the development of a wide network of partners, made up of companies selected and approved by Datalogic, to provide services and solutions to the highest standards in the sector.
In 1997 Datalogic acquires the company IDWare Mobile Computing & Communications S.r.l., the largest European producer of portable terminals, allowing Datalogic to include in its offer one of the widest ranges of portable terminals for data collection on the market.
In 1998 Datalogic completes its division, by which all the activities for the design, production and sale of photoelectric sensors are entrusted to the company Datasensor.
From 1998 Datalogic focuses on the activities of design, production and the sale of bar code readers, portable terminals and RFID systems.
Moreover, it is also decided to develop a new marketing model, the "Go-to-Market Model", with which Datalogic intends to go on the market and segment its marketing and sales activities. The company's new mission is launched, coining the "3C" slogan
Datalogic continues to assign great importance to the activities of research and development, directed at the pursuit of continuous technological innovation. Datalogic, in fact, invests 8% of its turnover in this, and already has almost 200 patents on a world level.
During 2000, an "E-business unit" is created in order to be present on the market with CRM solutions for modern distribution.
These are solutions for self-shopping, such as Shopevolution, which includes the use of a small handheld computer with an integrated bar code reader, allowing one to shop quickly, enjoyably and above all without any queue.
In March 2001 Datalogic is quoted on the New Market of the Milan stock exchange, an event which is to coincide with the process of renewal of the company's institutional image.
In the same year it begins the ACTIVE PROJECT, a path towards profound change and innovation both in organizational and technological terms, based on redesigning vital Datalogic processes, the implementation of a new ERP application system and support for change.
In the meantime, the company's expansion continues both outside, with important acquisitions in the world (such as the acquisition of the Swedish company, Minec) and inside, with the enlargement of its headquarters.
In May 2004 a new factory for mobile computers is inaugurated, unique in Europe, at Quinto in Treviso.
In December 2004 the acquisition of Laservall S.p.a. is concluded, a company active in the field of laser marking systems and personal identification and security.
Acquisitions continue and in March 2005 Datalogic acquires Informatics, an American company active in the field of online sales of products for Automatic Identification.
A fundamental stage in the development of Datalogic is reached in October 2005 with the acquisition of the American company PSC. Datalogic thus becomes one of the top companies in the world in the market of bar code readers, more than doubling its turnover.
Investment continues: in January 2006 the new factory in Trnava, Slovakia, is fully functional; 5,400 m2, with a production capacity of 350,000 pieces for HHR manual readers.
In 2007 the project "Bridge to Excellence" is completed, that is, the process of transformation that has integrated PSC and led the Group towards a new operational structure for its autonomous divisions divided by specific products and markets: Datalogic Scanning, Datalogic Mobile and Datalogic Automation. On the 2nd April 2007, DAY ONE of the new Datalogic is celebrated!
On October 3, 2008 the acquisition of Datasensor marks a crowning achievement in the industrial automation sector which is headed by the Automation Division allowing both the Datalogic Group and Datasensor to consolidate their respective market positions.