Moods of Norway Increases Sales via RFID
Scandinavian clothing company Moods of Norway (MoN) has equipped 13 of its stores with RFID technology to better manage its inventory. This deployment follows a six-month pilot that boosted sales of men's shirts and suits by double digits. During the pilot (which consisted of tagging men's shirts and suits, and using a handheld reader to conduct inventory counts on the sales floor), the system not only provided 98 to 99 percent inventory accuracy, but also reduced the amount of labor employees spent performing manual inventory checks, thereby enabling more frequent checks. Learn how MoN expanded the program to include men's suits, and how it expects to tag all children's, sports, women's and men's clothing, as well as footwear.