Category Archives: Retail
Truecount CEO Zander Livingston, a panelist at MIT Enterprise Forum’s “RFID Gets Fashion Forward” event, gives his views on where RFID is now, and where it might be headed regarding applications, deployments and expanded tagging. Continue reading
Finding ways to keep customers “delighted” has never been more important, and the stakes for failing to please the customer never higher. It’s time to count the ways that RFID enhances the overall customer experience to give your store a distinct point of difference and a compelling advantage. Continue reading
RFID is a powerful tool for loss intelligence–leading to unprecedented loss control. RFID technology can address all three shrink factors relating to shrink —internal theft, external theft and the paperwork accounting errors. Read why RFID addresses all three simultaneously while also providing support to other critical business insights, including the all critical inventory management that is specifically for Planners and Allocators of an organization. Continue reading
Out-of-Stocks cost retailers roughly $456.3 billion a year—and that’s just in measurable loss of revenues. In today’s wired world, one unhappy customer can broadcast their negative experience with your store to hundreds of friends and associates in seconds, disrupting future business. End those stock-outs with RFID. It’s easier than you think. Continue reading
Retail loss is on the rise worldwide, reaching $119 billion in 2011, and accounting for 1.45 percent of retail sales—the highest shrink rate yet recorded. As the pace of increases across the globe, the power of item-level RFID to reduce loss by delivering high-quality loss intelligence is becoming more significant for retailers. Continue reading
RILA and RFID Journal LIVE! Perspective: Benefits of RFID for Loss Prevention/Loss Intelligence “Lost” on Many Retail Executives
RFID presents exciting new solutions to the age-old problem of shrinkage, or retail loss, providing unprecedented loss intelligence.
Apparel retailers are driving item-level passive UHF tags, with apparel and footware retailers rapidly increasing their share of the total world market for RFID tags. More than three quarters of a billion RFID tags will be used in global apparel markets in 2011.
cialis best place to buy idth=”300″ height=”225″ />If the buzz surrounding RFID technology at the recent National Retail Federation (NRF) “Big Show” in New York City is an indication, 2011 will be the year of widespread implementation of item-level RFID throughout the retail industry. RFID companies were only a small part of NRF, retail’s biggest and most important event, but Truecount Corporation’s RFID displays saw robust activity. We never stopped demonstrating. There was steady a stream of retailers through our … Continue reading