- Shopping the Planet
RFID enables retailers to turn local inventory into global inventory.
- Putting a Stylish Face on RFID Tags
By adopting integrated RFID hangtags, the apparel industry can achieve an attractive branded look and lower tagging costs.
- Get Hip to BOPIS
Retailers must adopt an omnichannel mentality and put processes in place to support it.
- Consumers Rule!
Shopping habits revealed during the 2014 holiday season will likely propel many retailers to adopt RFID.
- RFID Adoption Is On Target
Retailers are deploying item-level tagging far faster than they embraced bar codes.
- An Interview With Geoffrey Moore
The expert on the technology adoption life cycle speaks with Bob Morris about radio frequency identification and its struggles to achieve mass adoption.
- Second to None
These RFID applications can give retailers the upper hand.
- Tracking Transformations
EPCIS 1.1 connects the life cycle of a finished product to its raw materials.
- Building on Retail's RFID Foundation
Companies that have deployed RFID to improve inventory accuracy can now use the technology to gain a competitive advantage.
- A Monumental Shift at LIVE! 2014
Retailers are no longer asking, "Should I?" They now ask, "How?"
- The Emerging Marketplace for RFID Data Analytics, or Finding a Needle in a Haystack
Solution vendors should plan for changes in the economics of reselling hardware. Those who find ways to incorporate data analysis into their offerings will enjoy higher margins and a competitive advantage.
- Apparel Retailers Finally Get RFID
Omnichannel has created a sense of urgency and is spurring adoption.
- Will RFID Kill EAS?
Both technologies can perform effectively to thwart theft in retail stores, but one can enable additional benefits.
- Monitoring the Fresh Food Supply Chain
RFID-tracking pallets and cases of perishable goods can enable retailers to reduce costs and improve customer satisfaction.
- Retail's Trilogy
A single RFID infrastructure can—and should—enable inventory, asset and identity management.