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SML hosts RFID pop-up retail store in retail conference
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Sep '16
RFID Journal, leading source of news and information about radio frequency identification (RFID) and Internet of Things technologies (IoT), has announced that SML will host an RFID pop-up retail store in New York, in conjunction with RFID Journal's RFID in retail and apparel conference and exhibition, on October 5 and 6, 2016, at the Helen Mills Theatre.

Brand owners and retailers attending the event will have the opportunity to visit the pop-up store to see in action the latest RFID tags and hardware, as well as the company's Clarity software, currently deployed at more than 1,000 stores worldwide.

RFID in retail and apparel is an exclusive, invitation-only event for retailers and brand owners. The conference will feature case studies presented by end users already utilising RFID and technology companies showcasing their latest products.

The conference sessions will cover the four foundational use cases for RFID in retail; inventory accuracy, out-of-stocks, product location, and loss detection. Attendees will also learn how RFID is being used to enhance the customer experience, cycle-counting strategies, conversion and loss prevention. The conference will help attendees determine the best approach for their needs, learn best practices from early adopters and find the right technology partners to move forward with deployment.

Dean Frew, SML's CTO and senior VP of RFID solutions said, “Retailers and brand owners will learn all about RFID in retail at RFID Journal's conference, and will then get to see RFID in action at the SML RFID pop-up retail store. We will demonstrate RFID applications throughout the retail supply chain.” (GK)

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