RFID in Retail

RFID in retail involves the placement of RFID tags on items that emit signals to RFID readers which are then processed by software, generating real-time results for stock taking, transactions, inventory levels, or individual customer purchase order history. RFID in retail simplifies the typical retail inventory process which is very manual, time-consuming, and only done at predetermined intervals. Item tracking is one of the major ways that retailers use RFID. RFID in retail can be used to prevent theft and track items that are frequently moved and often misplaced. RFID technology allows retailers to track their inventory throughout the retail supply chain, from the warehouse shelves all the way to the sales floor.

Why you should use RFID in Retail

-               Asset tracking: prevent theft and track assets that are frequently moved and often misplaced.

-               Stock Management: ensure that products are always in sufficient supply to meet consumer demand.

-               Supply chain management: help improve product visibility.

-               Payments and checkouts: retailers can use RFID to shorten queues and speed up the checkout process.

-               Security: Access control and prevention of theft.

-               Data improvements: Improvement in overall accuracy.

-               Cycle count: Significantly faster and more accurate.

-               Store operations: Instantaneous and continuous monitoring of item movement.

RFID in retail is what keeps your store running efficiently and effectively. Managing your retail inventory with RFID makes everything easier and faster. RIOT Insight offers state of the art RFID solutions for fashion retailers. Our RFID solutions are used for: RFID scan encoding, RFID EPC tag voiding, product locator, inventory control, stock taking and salesfloor replenishment.

WHAT IS RFID TECHNOLOGY
RFID technology, also known as radio-frequency identification, refers to the digital data encoded in smart tags captured by a reader through radio waves.

RFID READER SOFTWARE
RFID is a modern alternative to barcode scanning and combined with RFID reader software provides the retail owner with accurate and up-to-date data and statistics. Retailers can use the RFID reader software to: manage inventory, RFID scan encoding, RFID EPC tag voiding, product locator, stock taking and salesfloor replenishment.

RFID IN RETAIL
RFID in retail involves the placement of RFID tags on items that emit signals to RFID readers which are then processed by software, generating real-time results for stock taking, transactions, inventory levels, or individual customer purchase order history.

RETAIL INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
Inventory management is what keeps your retail store in running efficiently. Retail inventory management is either taken by hand or electronically. Managing your retail inventory electronically makes everything easier and faster.

RFID TAGS EXPLAINED
RFID tags are available in different shapes and sizes with features and options specific to certain environments and applications. Use your RFID reader and manage products with the RIOT application to generate accurate data.

RFID INVENTORY CONTROL
Maintain accurate stock counts, reduce errors, and avoid time consuming manual entry of items with our RFID inventory control software. RIOT real-time inventory reports allow you to compile and analyse essential data, like transactions, inventory levels, or individual customer purchase order history.

RFID INVENTORY SYSTEM
Riot Insight offers state-of-the-art RFID inventory system solutions to retail stores across the world. With our RFID software applications you can remotely manage your retail store inventory with the press of a button.

INVENTORY MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE
The Riot Insight inventory management software packages give fashion retailers detailed up-to-date control and visibility of their store.

INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
The scope of inventory management: replenishment lead time, carrying costs, asset management, inventory forecasting, inventory valuation, inventory visibility, price forecasting, physical inventory, available space, quality management, replenishment, returns and defective goods, and demand forecasting.

INVENTORY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Whether customers visit your physical store or online store they should be able to see which products are available or out of stock.