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'RFID in Fashion' – Event from August 13
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Savvy retailers in the United States, Europe & Asia are using radio frequency identification (RFID) technologies every day to cut costs and boost sales. Advances in RFID are reducing deployment costs and making it easier to track in-store inventory.

A event aptly named “RFID in fashion" is being organised for the benefit of retailers and apparel, footwear and accessories manufacturing companies on August 13-14, at the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York.

This year's event is expected to give an insight to the participants on how leading retailers are using RFID to:

• Track high-value products
• Improve on-shelf availability
• Track work-in process and improve shipping accuracy
• Deter theft, diversion and counterfeiting

Over and above this they will also get to learn and understand:

• How retailers are benefiting from tagging individual items today
• Best practices for using RFID to improve delivery speed
• How RFID can help cut labor costs

It is an event that shares how leaders in this sector are using RFID to accelerate manufacturing operations, improve inventory efficiencies, deter theft and increase sales.


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