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By Beth Bacheldor

Mojix Offers OmniSenseRF Inventory Service for Retailers

Mojix, a provider of wide-area RFID systems and Internet of Things platform software, has announced the OmniSenseRF, an end-to-end, always-on, inventory-management solution available to retailers on a monthly service basis.

The solution is designed to provide a lower entry cost to RFID, the company reports, so retailers can more quickly realize value. OmniSenseRF delivers Mojix's software and hardware as a service, and its benefits include painless software upgrades and maintenance, a pay-as-you-go model that reduces budget impact and eases financial planning, vendor-managed hardware, and integration with enterprise resource planning (ERP) software via a RESTful application programming interface (API). The solution also provides retailers with the ability to scale up an implementation seamlessly, Mojix says, making it easier to plan and manage a chain-wide rollout.

OmniSenseRF is designed to help boost sales by eliminating out-of-stocks and improving the customer experience, increase gross margins by reducing markdowns and optimizing product assortment, enable omnichannel fulfillment by providing high-confidence inventory data with location, and reduce shrinkage by exposing patterns of loss on which management can act. It also is designed to reduce working capital by optimizing inventory replenishment levels, and to provide store-level visibility to corporate management to enable data-driven decision making.

The OmniSenseRF service is built on Mojix's overhead-mounted STAR RFID hardware and ViZix IoT platform software. The ViZix platform is a browser-accessible, cloud-based, IoT platform that provides a RESTful API for seamlessly interfacing with ERP, point-of-sale (POS), electronic article surveillance (EAS) and other software. According to Mojix, because it can simultaneously perform complex event processing (CEP) on multiple sources of data besides RFID, the ViZix platform will enable the firm to organically extend and enhance the capability enjoyed by users of the service.

Mojix will showcase its RFID-based inventory-management capability at Cellotape Smart Products' booth (#1247), during the NRF Big Show.

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