Clothing Company Expands RFID Usage to Track Inventory

By Doug

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An international clothing company has expanded its RFID system from what was initially a trial involving five of its stores. Following a successful trial deployment of a UHF EPC RFID solution, the firm is employing EPC tags and readers to manage the shipments of high-demand items to a total of 25 stores, using the technology to monitor inventory at each location. The system provides advance shipping notices as goods leave the factory bound for a specific store, as well as inventory data that tracks which goods are in each store’s back room and on the sales floor, which have been sold and, in some cases, what has passed through a particular location’s doors. Learn how the system ensures that “never out of stock” (NOS) items are always on the shelf.