- Retail Fashion Market RFID Solutions
Published October 2010
Motorola explains how RFID can provide real-time inventory visibility, enabling retailers to react more rapidly to inventory demand and stocking levels, thereby helping ensure that products are available to customers when needed. (4 pages)
- Traceability in Retail—Reducing RFID Media Costs for Best Value
Published June 2010
Retailers face enormous pressure to gain the most return from their business-process investments. RFID enables business intelligence throughout an organization's value chain to provide critical information for fast and accurate decision-making. Achieving the most value from RFID demands an innovative method for ensuring accuracy while shrinking the reoccurring costs of label media. This document from Zebra Technologies discusses the benefits item-level tagging brings to the retail industry, and how on-pitch printing and encoding solutions can boost RFID's value beyond the supply chain. (8 pages)
- RFID Journal Apparel Retail ROI Calculator
Published August 2009
RFID can help apparel and footwear retailers reduce out-of-stocks, improve inventory management and boost sales, while cutting labor costs. This report explains the assumptions behind RFID Journal's Fashion Retail ROI Calculator, which debuted at RFID in Fashion 2009.
- Santa Fe Optical Thwarts Theft With RFID
Published June 2009
The retailer, which offers designer eyeglass frames to its clients in Austin, Texas, is employing an RFID solution from Electronic Inventory Solutions and Avery Dennison to reduce theft within its store. The RFID system has also enabled the firm to decrease its inventory-taking time by 80 percent.
- Achieving Return on Investment Using RFID for Jewelry Tracking
Published April 2007
Avery Dennison explains why tracking jewelry inventory is uniquely suited to the use of radio frequency identification.
- Loyalty Programs Redesigned Along RFID Lines: Some Industry Examples
Published April 2006
This document, authored by Royal Agricultural College student Freddy Brofman, describes how RFID systems work, how loyalty programs have developed over the years and how RFID can increase the efficiency of such programs, with examples from the industry.
- Moving Forward With Item-Level RFID in Apparel/Footwear
Published September 2005
Kurt Salmon Associates, in conjunction with VICS and the American Apparel & Footwear Association, present a study undertaken to help apparel and footwear companies determine when and where to implement item-level RFID.
- Seven Places Retailers Can Benefit from RFID Without Item-Level Tagging
Published June 2005
Retail analysts say RFID is poised to revolutionize retail operations, even if merchandise is never read at the point of sale. While standards and privacy policies for item-level retail RFID systems are sorted out, savvy retailers are launching RFID initiatives to test-drive the technology in proven areas of their supply chains. This paper by Intermec features seven places retailers can use tags, other than at the item level, to reduce labor, provide inventory visibility and improve profits.
- Improving Parcel & Postal Operations With Bar-Code Printing
Published June 2005
This white paper from Zebra Technologies discusses specific opportunities to gain efficiency or new revenue in retail post office, express parcel, depot and delivery operations; how to improve asset management and security with bar-code and RFID technology; and other cricial topics.
- Smart Ticketing for Mass Transit: The New Global Opportunity Created by Low-Cost, Contactless Ticketing
Published May 2005
Innovision Research & Technology plc examines how smart ticketing offers the mass transit industry a significant opportunity to reduce costs, improve efficiency and enhance the traveling customer experience.