Leading Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology provider announced that retailers are significantly improving inventory accuracy levels that exceed handheld readers, in real-time and with less effort. and on-shelf availability with a fully automated Senitron inventory visibility solution. The wide-area RFID system brings immediate benefits to their operations by improving visibility in-store and security and by eliminating manual cycle counting, thus, empower the staff to dedicate more time to customer service and sales-related activities.
This facilitates a number of possibilities in our roadmap towards a robust omnichannel shopping experience for our customers.
After an extended period of examining and performance testing, the retailer recently began worldwide deployment of “U-Track” systems, which utilizes fixed RFID antennas mounted on a store’s ceiling that track lights. The automated inventory system employs several of RFID readers per store with each reader energizing 12 to 15 antennas via multiple Antenna Hubs. The readers transfer information from tags into a database that provides authentic, real-time, full-store RFID coverage, including detailed tag location, 24/7.
During performance testing by renowned clothing brands, the RFID system’s continuous monitoring of tagged inventory helped both the staff and the customers to easily locate the merchandise and thereby uncover a substantial number of missing items from their inventory. This enhanced inventory visibility, in conjunction with data from point-of-sale(POS), enables measurement of merchandising effectiveness and improves business analytics. It also improved security by monitoring items in all locations of stores, including dressing rooms, restrooms, and exits, through non-visual means. Through automatically taking comprehensive, precise, real-time inventory information, including inventory positioning and its location, the system freed the staff to spend more time interacting with customers and generating sales.
Retail administrators and managers are required to know if inventory is positioned to sell at all times in order to acquire optimum customer satisfaction and manage their business.
to deliver continuous, automated inventory monitoring to clients who want to elevate service standards in retail that want to move to hands-free methods delivering, even more, value with less effort.