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Retail Editor's Note

  • Forbes Says It's Time for RFID in Retail

    The business publication says the fact that customers want products delivered at any time and to any location means retailers need to use radio frequency identification.

  • Europe Leads the Way for RFID

    European retailers, manufacturers and other companies have embraced radio frequency identification, and the vast productivity improvements that the technology brings, at a faster pace than businesses in any other region.

  • 100 Million Reasons Why Retailers Should Use RFID

    Within only a single week, employees at 2,300 stores counted more than 100 million items using SML's Clarity software.

  • The Cost of a Recall

    Few companies factor into their ROI calculations what RFID could save them during a recall. Perhaps they should.

  • RFID Needs to Be Part of the Building

    Radio frequency identification has been advancing in leaps and bounds for the past few years, except when it comes to becoming part of a company's physical infrastructure.

  • Apple Unshackles the iPhone's NFC Reader

    The new XS, XS Max and XR models support the reading of Near Field Communication tags without users having to first open an application.

  • For Some Retailers, the Strategy Is Clear—But Can They Execute?

    Making shopping in stores as easy as shopping online sounds great, but delivering the experience to customers is a lot more difficult than journalists may think.

  • Learning from Target

    The retailer, which has embraced RFID as a core of its omnichannel strategy, is setting traffic and sales records, while laggards struggle to develop a coherent strategy for retailing in the 21st century.

  • Retail Digital Transformation Guide

    RFID Journal's new white paper explains what digital transformation means for retailers and how to do it right.

  • RFID By Any Other Name

    Some RFID solution providers don’t want to use the term “radio frequency identification” because it has gotten a bad rap, but that’s a self-limiting strategy.

  • Digital Transformation Must Be Wholistic

    Companies that apply digital technologies to parts of their business are creating new silos that will limit their competitiveness.

  • Inventory Accuracy Without RFID?

    Some software providers are promising to improve retailers' inventory accuracy. Here's why algorithms alone won't work.

  • RFID Is the First Step Toward Digital Transformation

    Companies that want to be truly digital—and truly efficient and effective, and take advantage of advances in artificial intelligence—need to deploy radio frequency identification technologies. Here's why.

  • What Does "Digital Transformation" Really Mean?

    Like "Internet of Things," the term is often undefined, or is defined very differently by various so-called experts. Here's what digital transformation is all about.

  • RFID as a Strategic Tool

    The technology can do a lot more than tell you where your parts containers are located, yet most companies are not taking full advantage of it.

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