Who Should Attend
Among those who will benefit from attending RFID in Retail and Apparel are:
Store operations executives: RFID is a powerful tool to improve store operations. It's imperative that deployments be driven by operational management so the deployment improves store execution.
Merchandisers: It's critical that merchandisers understand how RFID works and how it can be used to improve merchandising and capture new types of data that can improve their strategies.
Loss prevention executives: RFID can be used in a variety of ways to identify the sources of shrinkage and to combat internal theft.
Financial executives: It's important to manage the investment in an RFID system and find cost-effective solutions, to achieve a return on investment from any deployment. Financial staff will benefit from hearing about the costs as well as the benefits of RFID technologies.
IT professionals: Information technology is a critical component of any RFID system, and this event will educate professionals in the IT department about how they can integrate RFID into existing back-end systems.
Logistics managers: RFID is all about having the item in the right place at the right time when the customer wants to buy it. Using RFID to achieve supply-chain visibility and optimize store deliveries is critical to achieving that goal.
We offer special group discounts, which makes sending several people affordable.
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Read Why People Have Attended RFID Journal Events in the Past:
"The discussions and vendor presentations open up many applications for our industry. There are always new ways presented to solve many of the same issues we face."
"[RFID Journal events] have done volumes for my continued education and ability to bring worth-while applications back to my company."
"Often, conference seminars are merely marketing opportunities for sponsors and uninspiring. This environment provided a truly value-added educatory experience."
"RFID Journal events have been a first-class event from the very beginning."
"This is my third RFID Journal event. My favorite part is the conference seminars, where you really get to understand how RFID is used for value rather than just talk about the tags."