- The Business Case for RFID in Retail and Apparel
RFID Journal has conducted extensive research to understand the business case for RFID in apparel retail, and to create metrics that companies in that sector can use to determine the likely return ...
- Sport Zone Uses RFID for Higher Stock Accuracy
Sport Zone, a prominent sporting goods retailer with more than 100 stores throughout Portugal and Spain, is using RFID to reduce out-of-stocks and improve sales. The firm successfully implemented...
- Marks & Spencer Broadens and Deepens its RFID Use
A pioneer in the use of radio frequency identification, Marks & Spencer (M&S) is one of the United Kingdom's leading retailers, with some 760 stores. In 2001, M&S began using RFID to track deliveri...
- Solution-Provider Session - Checkpoint Systems (UK) Ltd.
Speaker: Neil Faulkner, Merchandise Visibility Account Manager, Checkpoint Systems (UK) Ltd.
- DePuy Synthes Improves Efficiency With RFID
The DePuy Synthes Companies, part of Johnson & Johnson, provides orthopaedic and neurological products and services. An early adopter of UHF RFID technology, the firm has used the technology to eff...
- Creating Business Value by Enabling the Internet of Things
Radio frequency identification and RF sensors are one way in which companies can link things—assets, products, inventories and environments—to the internet. Learn how RFID technologies are being ad...
- RFID ROI for Brands and Manufacturers: Fulfillment Center and Distribution Center Operations and Data Exchange
RFID technology is rapidly moving up the supply chain to distribution centers and fulfillment centers. Some users have found a variety of ways in which to leverage RFID, from operational changes to...
- Jack Wills Deploys RFID to Drive Stock Accuracy
British retailer Jack Wills is using RFID to improve visibility into its stock movements. After a successful proof-of-concept at two of its stores, the chain—which operates more than 300 locations ...
- Automating Asset Information in Construction Using RFID and the Internet of Things
Speedy Services, a leading provider of tools and equipment in the U.K. construction and industrial services industry, is using the latest innovations in RFID to track assets onsite with its ePod. T...
- How Malibu Rum Executed the CPG World's Largest Trial of NFC
Malibu Rum recently deployed 40,000 Near Field Communication (NFC)-enabled bottles across the United Kingdom at Tesco stores. Cameron Worth, the founder of IoT agency SharpEnd, will provide a detai...
- EPC RFID Along the Supply Chain: A GS1 UK Update
The existence and promotion of the GS1 EPC RFID standard has, in no small way, contributed to the wider adoption of RFID since 2005, particularly in the retail industry's apparel and general-mercha...
- Enabling Transparency and Control in the Automotive Supply Chain With Passive UHF RFID
BCA Marketplace is the United Kingdom's and Europe's largest outsource service provider operating in the automotive sector to deliver remarketing, vehicle preparation and logistics services to ma...
- Farm to Table, Pasture to Plate and In Between: Improving Safety, Compliance and Processes
As food production and commerce span the globe across borders, farm-to-table, pasture-to-plate and in-between have become more complex, challenging and highly regulated. In this session, learn how...
- RFID Meets Fresh Food: Optimizing Efficiency in the Supply Chain and Retail Stores
The food industry provides a valuable service to consumers around the world. However, factories, suppliers and grocery stores encounter many challenges. This session will address challenges and opp...
- RAIN RFID Will Ease the Pain of the Grocery Chain: How RFID Can Benefit the Grocery Industry
During this virtual event, you will be educated on the day-to-day problems facing the grocery industry, including the excessive waste and price reductions that are crippling this sector's already t...
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