Tag: omni channel


Use Cases for RFID Inventory Control

Use Cases for RFID Inventory Control

A 2014 survey of 120 major retailers polled by Chain Link Research found improved inventory accuracy, which translated into reduced out-of-stock and better on-floor availability of merchandise, was the number-one reason for implementing an RFID inventory control program.

According to Su Doyle, former IoT and RFID industry program lead for Checkpoint,   Read More


From LP to Internal Audit to Enterprise Risk Management

From LP to Internal Audit to Enterprise Risk Management

EDITOR’S NOTE: Kevin Valentine, CFI, LPC, retired at the end of 2017 as senior vice president of internal audit, loss prevention, and enterprise risk management for Signet Jewelers. He spent more than thirty-five years with the company in various management roles. During his career, Valentine was active in the loss   Read More


Keeping Pace with the Global Retail Supply Chain

Keeping Pace with the Global Retail Supply Chain

The retail supply chain network is a critical component of the retail machine. While many view the heart of retail as the interactions and events that happen within the store, this support system has always fueled the way. Through a complex web of processes and activity, a well-managed supply chain   Read More


The Reinvention of Retail Stock Management

The Reinvention of Retail Stock Management

Everyone knows that the first rule of managing inventory shrink is being able to measure it. This means distinguishing between known and unknown loss and between malicious and non-malicious reasons for stock not being where it should be. And in an industry where loss prevention practitioners are increasingly more commercially   Read More


Grocery E-commerce: Are We Ready?

Grocery E-commerce: Are We Ready?

Omni-channel retailing is growing and evolving in every aspect of retail as consumers continue to look for fast, efficient, and convenient ways to buy their goods and services—and that trend is taking hold in the grocery industry as well. The channel is poised for growth. Although only 12 percent of   Read More