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With leading retailers, such as Macy’s and Lord & Taylor, embracing RFID and realizing the benefits of RFID technology throughout the supply chain, Truecount Corporation (www.truecount.com) has developed a fast-deploying, affordable solution suited to the needs of small to mid-sized retailers: RFID Essentials.
Truecount Corporation, a leading solutions provider, will be introducing and demonstrating RFID Essentials at Booth C-549 during the National Retail Federation’s Big Show, January 13 – 16 in NYC.
According to CEO Zander Livingston, Truecount’s new RFID Essentials enables any size retail operation to capture the advantages of RFID technology, quickly, easily and cost-effectively. “Essentials is the first and only solution that retailers can deploy in a single day to get up and running quickly with item-level RFID,” he says.
The solution is complete and powerful, providing retailers with the same benefits big name retailers are experiencing, but with less cost. Features include the most rapid counting of items possible today, accompanied by an accuracy rate of 99 percent or higher. With RFID’s counting speed, the time required for full store inventories is reduced from days to hours, and cycle counts can be performed as frequently as desired. This enables full visibility into inventory with substantial savings of time and labor for all inventory processes. Out-of-stocks and overstocks are substantially reduced, for what Livingston refers to as “a perfect sales floor” leading to enhanced customer satisfaction.
“Essentials enables every size retailer to achieve maximum operational efficiencies,” says Livingston. “Because Essentials is uncomplicated, the training period is short and the ROI is fast.”
Essentials can integrate into many of the most popular Point Of Sale, ordering and warehouse systems. At the register, an RFID reader can supplant or replace the retailer’s existing bar code readers, and at the door, RFID can replace or supplant existing EAS security tag systems.
Flexibility is another key benefit. Essentials can be used in a single store or in multiple locations. “It’s ideal for pinpointing problems in specific departments or sites,” says Livingston, adding that Essentials is affordable. “Retailers can deploy with an upfront investment of less than $1,000, and low monthly fees of $399,” he says. “Staff training and technical support are included.
“We are focused on leveling the playing field to give all retailers the same competitive advantages as major chains.”
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