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RFID INVENTORY MANAGEMENT

RFID stock control or RFID Inventory management is the process of managing products in a retail store by using RDIF tags, readers and software (also known as an RFID system). A proper RFID inventory management system is required to precede the regular and planned course of production and stock of materials.

 

STOCK CONTROL SOFTWARE

RFID stock control software gives the retailer detailed and up-to-date information on inventory levels, as well as detailed information of stock quantities, models, colours and sizes. A proper inventory management system is required to precede the regular and planned course of production and stock of materials.

 

RFID STOCK MANAGEMENT

RFID stock management also gives the user real time and detailed information on inventory levels, as well as detailed information of your stock (quantity, models, colour, size).

 

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 RETAIL SOFTWARE

RFID (radio-frequency identification) technology is used in retail stores to track items and manage inventories effectively. 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…

 

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. We help retails stores effectively and accurately manage their inventory by using RFID technology with these 5 solutions…

 

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: RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION

RFID and barcode technology are used in similar ways to track items, but radio-frequency identification tags do not require a direct line of sight to be read, RFID data can be updated in real-time, and barcode data is read-only and cannot be changed.…

 

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. Whether you have to perform an inventory count or just need to know…

 

Inventory Management Software

The RIOT Insight inventory management software packages give fashion retailers detailed up-to-date control and visibility of their store. Now fashion retailers can track sales and manage their inventory to save hours of manual labour with our RFID inventory management software..

 

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. RFID inventory management software reduces online out of stocks and keeps customers from leaving your website or store.

 

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 TAGS EXPLAINED

RFID is also known as radio-frequency identification and refers to the digital data encoded in smart tags captured by a reader through radio waves. An RFID tag is comprised of two parts;  transmitting antenna and an integrated circuit (IC) Chip, which stores the tag’s data. RFID tags are attached to items in the retail store in order to track them using the reader.