RFID Retail Solutions
Maximizing your retail's efficiency with an innovation that's convenient too
The breakthrough disruption snapped out of tech-celleration has led the industry by storm. With automation bending business rules and laying new ground rules to engage consumers, physical retail has transformed for the greater good. The post-pandemic era has upended the retail business ecosystem as the Click-to-Brick business model defines a brand's longevity.
The focus is on Brick & Mortar stores, setting the bar even higher, as they are more than just Last Mile delivery sources. Stores are very much a physical reputation existing as a separate entity in a retailer's attempt to target an omnichannel brand strategy. A retailer’s finesse is judged from the lens of technology, and at Dart Digital, we are prompting retail businesses to rethink their conventional operational model through RFID Technology.
RFID Retail Inventory Management
In our capacity as a technocrat agency, we have tracked, traced, and weighed down the evolution that RFID retail solutions have experienced and their footing from 'preferred' to 'must-have' innovation. Retail brands with On-site & Offsite operations need to find the edge to improve brand visibility. While RFID tech is a more mainstream application, smart integration makes all the difference. With this tech solution, we want your brand to be the best use-case solution based on making brick-and-mortar stores a hub of phygital interactions.
The modern consumer crew actively seeks a similar physical experience to what they are greeted with when buying items online. As the pandemic acquainted them with an oversimplified payment and ease of delivery option, their expectations went over the top where they want brands to know more than they know themselves. This would need retailers to be less formulaic and discover the unique side to this experience.
RFID tags are placed on objects that emit signals for the reader to read and give real-time information to consumers looking to buy the product. You can place it on your products inside the store and integrate the technology to make the object self-explanatory and convenient for consumers.
There are mainly two kinds of tags used in retail operations; Passive & Active. While Passive tags do not require a power source for the RFID to read them, Active tags require a power source for the reader to read the signals emitted.
Yes, you can integrate RFID retail solutions into the existing store processes, such as customer relationship management, checkout process, etc.
RFID is a technology whose accuracy rate is precisely determined by the quality of the tech. But it usually reports with the most accurate inventory tracking, enabling retailers to remove out-of-stock items and place them more in demand.
RFID technology doesn't need a direct line of sight to be read by the receiver; on the other hand, the barcode must be in sight while scanning it.