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10 RFID Case Study Companies and Lessons Learned

GS1 and the ECR Community Shrinkage and On-Shelf Availability Group commissioned a research study to look at 10 RFID case study companies.
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What Causes Shrinkage in Retail? Addressing the 4 Top Causes

Not every loss prevention tool fits the needs and budget of every retailer. However, a combination of tactics makes an impact and reduces a store's shrinkage.
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4 Technology Trends Seen at the 2019 NRF Big Show

They don't call it the Big Show for nothing. There were over 38,000 people in attendance from all over the world to talk retail,...

Checkpoint Announces Deployment of Large-Scale RFID Program with Polish Fashion Retail Group

Checkpoint Systems recently announced at NRF 2019 that it is expanding its relationship with Polish fashion retail group LPP with the deployment of a...

Johnson Controls Announces First Customer Deployment of Single Smart Sensor Strategy

Johnson Controls recently announced the first customer deployment of its single smart sensor strategy, using the TrueVUE radio frequency identification (RFID)-enabled solution to manage...
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The Busiest Shopping Days Are Here: Top Tips to Prevent Holiday Shoplifting

According to ShopperTrak's historical data, 45 percent of all holiday shopper traffic falls during the top ten busiest days, beginning on Black Friday and dispersed throughout the end of the year. The top ten busiest shopping days for 2018, as predicted by ShopperTrak, are listed here.
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RFID Blocking Wallets: Are They Necessary?

Now that people are aware that information on their cards, and even their passports, can be read wirelessly and remotely, many are looking for ways to protect themselves. Purchasing an RFID blocking wallet (or sleeve, or pouch) is one way. Isn't it?
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RFID Technology and its Use in Asset Protection

RFID technology allows companies to know where in their process any particular asset is, so they can monitor the speed of production, the time of delivery, or any other factor that will help them to see how long their processes actually takeā€”and control assets by knowing where they are at any point in time.
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5 Omni-channel Retailing Examples in 2018

As online-only retailers continue to see expanded success, traditional brick-and-mortar stores must turn to new strategies to keep up with customer demand. Today's retail...
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RFID and Retailing

Since the term radio frequency identification (RFID) came into common usage within the retail environment, around the end of the 1990s, it has in...

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