Executive Briefings

Nice Hat, Man. Now, Would You Like to Pay for It?

Radio frequency tags are playing a big part in how successful a hip apparel store in Ohio will be. RFID tags are applied to clothing and can be read by sensors in the store. That means a store employee can wave a wand over a rack of clothes and take inventory in minutes instead of days. A cashier can ring up 20 T-shirts simultaneously or learn that a customer has a stolen hat stashed in his pocket, thanks to an RFID reader under the counter.
Source: CRM Buyer, http://crmbuyer.com

Radio frequency tags are playing a big part in how successful a hip apparel store in Ohio will be. RFID tags are applied to clothing and can be read by sensors in the store. That means a store employee can wave a wand over a rack of clothes and take inventory in minutes instead of days. A cashier can ring up 20 T-shirts simultaneously or learn that a customer has a stolen hat stashed in his pocket, thanks to an RFID reader under the counter.
Source: CRM Buyer, http://crmbuyer.com