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RFID Journal Webinars
How Leading Global Retailers and Brand Owners Capture Solid ROI With RFID. Lessons Learned from Latest Retail RFID Deployments With SML.
February 23, 2016 2:00 -3:00 PM EST
SML Group has successfully deployed RFID for many of the world's largest and most influential retailers, including Tesco, American Apparel, Marks & Spencer, Decathlon and more. Learn best practices, advice and tips gleaned from these deployments directly from Dean Frew, SML Group's Senior VP for RFID solutions and chief technology officer. Frew will share details from specific business cases and outline proven results achieved through numerous enterprise-class retail deployments, identifying the major ways in which RFID is delivering significant value for leading retailers and brand owners.
No other technology offers a more compelling return on investment for a retailer than implementing RFID within its stores. Don't miss this opportunity to gain vital insights from real-life retail deployments, enabling your business to ramp up quickly and efficiently, reap maximum rewards and capture a solid ROI.
Learn What Differentiates Successful Retail RFID Deployments
This webinar will walk through a survey of the last six years of RFID's significant year-over-year adoption growth in the global retail apparel and footwear market. The speaker will discuss all components that make up a solution deployment, such as ROI analysis, technology selection, business-process change when using the technology, tagging methodologies, the importance of standards, and project team structures that produce best results. The webinar will also feature a focused segment on the role and impact that RFID solutions have in new and essential omnichannel retail models. The goal is to provide attendees with a complete picture of best practices, while pointing out common costly mistakes to avoid when striving for technology-driven business-performance improvement.
Identifying the Right RFID: Best Practices for Choosing an HF or UHF System for Your Industrial Applications
Every industrial application presents a unique set of challenges and demands to a radio frequency identification (RFID) solution. By understanding the unique capabilities each system offers, companies can select the best option for their particular application.
How Leading Global Retailers and Brand Owners Capture Solid ROI With RFID. Lessons Learned from Latest Retail RFID Deployments With SML
Today's savvy retailers and brand owners are well aware of the proven benefits of RFID: greater inventory accuracy, reduced shrinkage, fewer sales lost to out-of-stocks, efficient omnichannel enablement and the elimination of third-party audits, just to name a few. Most importantly, RFID is key to increasing sales and profits through better product availability. However, in order to optimize the benefits of RFID, it is vital to choose the right solution, rollout strategy and deployment partner to suit your business case and enable a return on investment (ROI). In fact, the technology chosen can quickly accelerate ROI for the overall deployment, thereby maximizing potential sales and profits.
Getting RFID to Mass Adoption: What Solution Providers Can Do to Grow the Market and Their Business
Radio frequency identification technology has matured and is being used by a growing number of companies across many industries. But the percentage of businesses in any one sector that are using RFID remains small. RFID solution providers can accelerate—or retard—adoption by the strategies they embrace. In this webinar, you will learn what helps foster adoption, what slows it and what strategies your company can take to move the RFID market—and your business—in the right direction.
Why Now Is the Right Time for NFC Smart Packaging: Introducing OpenSense Technology from Thinfilm
Are you a brand marketer looking for fresh, innovative ways to interact with your customers at point-of-purchase AND post-purchase? Or a product innovator seeking alternative means to counteract product tampering in the supply chain? Look no further. Thin Film Electronics ASA (Thinfilm), a global leader in printed electronics and a key innovator in the Internet of Things, has launched an exciting new Near Field Communication (NFC) sensor tag technology that will revolutionize how brands can track products across the supply chain, and enhance consumer engagement.