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RFID Well Suited for Lebanese Menswear Company
Pellini is tagging its merchandise at the factory—enabling its stores to inventory goods on a daily basis, ensure stock counts are accurate and up-to-date, and eliminate the need to have excess merchandise onsite.
Dec 11, 2015—
Lebanese men's suit brand and retailer Pellini has launched a radio frequency identification system to better manage its inventory as it expands the number of its stores throughout the Middle East and Europe. The ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) RFID EPC solution, known as Smart RFID, was provided by Swiss and Polish technology startup Smart Technology Group, and was installed and integrated into Pellini's existing management system by B.I.T. Security Solutions.
The suit company's system consists of Smart Technology Group's handheld RFID readers attached to tablets running software to manage the data captured on those devices, as well as Zebra Technologies ZD500R printers to print and encode Smartrac labels. Smart Technology Group developed the RFID software to integrate with Pellini's database software. The system was taken live in October 2015 at 10 of the company's 12 stores, in both Lebanon and Belgium.
Pellini began working with Smart Technology Group early this year, as it was expanding beyond its stores in Lebanon. By opening locations in Europe as well, the company expected to increase the volume of goods purchased, and sought to ensure that it could know where its inventory was located at any given time, and that it would be available for stores to avoid out-of-stock events, as well as assist in the fulfillment of online orders.
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