if you want your products on Walmart shelves, you need RFID (radio frequency identification) tags and labels. The large-format grocer and other prominent big box stores have set the trend for RFID in retail.
So, what’s the fuss all about with RFID? Read “Navigating RFID Solutions for Retail Products” to find out how to choose, get approved and implement the right RFID tags for your products and make them stand out on the shelf.
Why do retailers want you to use RFID?
RFID technology employs radio waves to identify products, streamlining tracking and inventory. These systems involve a series of components, including RFID tag/smart label, inlay, a reader and software.
The primary motive behind big stores like Walmart advocating for RFID is to ensure appropriate stock levels and timely replenishment.
RFID also helps retailers improve productivity in several areas, including:
- Performing rapid inventory
- Improving inventory accuracy, minimizing the chance of human error
- Increasing products available for sale
- Eliminating nil sales
Integrating RFID enables retailers to amplify inventory accuracy, expedite inventory processes and augment the product available for sale. The real question is: Why would retailers not want you to use RFID?
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Resource Label Group’s smart product labels are embedded with technology used for tagging and tracking your products for inventory and security. Read “Navigating RFID Solutions for Retail Products” to find out more about how Resource Label Group’s RFIDs will drive efficiency, provide differentiation and help your retail brand operate smarter.
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