Tag: rfid tags
Checkpoint Systems, a global supplier of electronic article surveillance (EAS) and RFID solutions for the retail industry, announced at NRF’s Annual Convention & EXPO its Wind RFID label for cosmetics categories and many other merchandise visibility applications.
The new label features the use of Impinj’s Monza® R6-P RAIN RFID tag chip, Read More
At a time when store margins are under intense competitive pressure, retail shrink can make or break a retailer’s bottom line. But today’s retail shrink numbers are vulnerable to blind spots and imprecise metrics. In addition, most analysis and response to retail shrink are backward-looking: useful for staffing and long-term Read More
LP Magazine’s Managing Editor Jack Trlica is headed to the National Retail Federation’s 106th annual Retail’s BIG Show next week. Before he takes off for New York City, we asked him what he was most looking forward to at one of the biggest industry events of the year.
What trends do Read More
Technology regarding assets is moving at a fast pace. To be able to accurately monitor and track assets is of paramount importance to many industries and can protect the assets that a company has. Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology is one way that any company can track its assets accurately. Read More
Technology regarding assets is moving at a fast pace. To be able to accurately monitor and track assets is of paramount importance to many industries and can protect the assets that a company has. Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology is one way that any company can track their assets accurately. Read More
Welcome to the second of three installments covering the first fifteen years of Loss Prevention magazine. I hope you enjoyed the first part in our September–October issue. We will now look at trends and changes in the industry through the eyes of the magazine beginning in 2007 up through 2011. Read More
Scarsdale installs article surveillance systems meant to deter shoplifters, not intimidate customers. Losses may be reduced by more than 50 percent with an electronic article surveillance system, meaning a very quick return on investment. Visit Booth 730 to learn more. Read More
By Chris Trlica
In 2013, nearly 66 percent of US smartphone owners used their devices to help them shop, and 80 percent of smartphone owners said they want more mobile-optimized product information while they’re shopping in stores (see Figure 1). These are the sorts of statistics driving the retail-sector mobile revolution. Retailers are Read More