How retailers deploy RFID programs in stores:
Start with large-capacity stores and product categories
Determine which location is closest to the client's subject and has a higher inventory rate.
RFID-tracking commodity categories have the following characteristics: high rate, high variability, complex inventory units (eg denim, health and beauty products, consumer electronics).
2. Authorize the clerk to complete the compliance and task management
Integrate cycle inventory, order fulfillment, shelf updates, display compliance, etc. into existing stored procedures and systems, including flat-panel computers and smartphones for product recommendations and special orders in the store.
Perform data and process compliance to ensure data quality and process efficiency across the chain.
3.Focus on the results
To continuously update the store and online inventory, the sensor data and the recording system integration.
Monitor shelf availability, order fulfillment, order execution time, and sales growth from BOPIS (online purchase, store selection) orders.
In the peak season, use forecasting models to predict demand and explore the best practices for process improvement.
4. Consider additional use cases and read points
At the beginning of the RFID project, a handheld cycle count and a display compliance device are typically used. Consider the use of the store, including the implementation of the whole channel, shelf updates and customer service, including the expansion of the use of cases, get more benefits.
Sales area, export location, chamber, conversion doors, regional systems, etc., can enhance people's understanding of inventory movement and consumer habits.