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TAGSYS to provide RFID infrastructure to Boboli
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Jun '08
TAGSYS, the global leader in item-level RFID (Radio Frequency IDentification) infrastructure, announced that Bóboli, one of Spain's premier fashion houses for children, is piloting an RFID deployment program to effectively track and manage items from manufacturing through point-of-sale (POS).

Manufacturing over two million items per year that are distributed in 30 owned and operated shops, with products available throughout Europe, the Arab States, the Far East, and Americas, Bóboli is the first Spanish brand apparel manufacturer to invest in an RFID item-level tracking system.

The initial pilot will consist of a TAGSYS UHF tunnel that will scan and read the RFID tagged contents of Bóboli's inbound and outbound warehouse shipments in a few seconds. Scanned items will be automatically compared to the boxed item's packing slip to verify content accuracy.

It is anticipated that this will reduce the amount of time that items remain in Boboli's distribution center by five days. Ultimately, this will enable Boboli to quickly and accurately replenish store inventory and ensure product availability to strengthen sales.

The pilot program will involve 10% of Bóboli's production inventory with plans to expand full RFID deployment throughout all items. The final phase will integrate TAGSYS RFID at the store level to provide complete visibility and product tracking from manufacturing through point-of-sale.

“For us, this is a strategic bet.We are going to optimize our flows to keep up with our expansion, while reducing our operational costs and staying a step ahead of our competitors”, said Mr. Domingo Garrido, Operations Director at Bóboli.

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