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Webinar: Why retailers are adopting RFID at an accelerating rate

Implementing new technology will allow retailers to reap great rewards.

The world of fashion retail is moving faster than ever and RFID (radio frequency identification) is at the front of the mind of every c-level executive looking to gain a competitive advantage in their market.

As retailers explore and evaluate RFID, the Drapers and SML webinar reveals how a multi-market RFID rollout is successfully achieved, how implementing RFID technology generates sales increases, and what the key elements needed to generate a return on investment in less than 18 months are.

SML RFID technology is now deployed in more than 1,000 retail stores globally, and more than one billion tags are in use. SML chief technology officer Dean Frew will explore the most common retail pain points and reveal how these are overcome to generate an immediate increase in business performance.

Join us for this 60-minute on-demand webinar where we will discuss:

  • The challenges retailers are facing and why RFID is the answer
  • What the potential business benefits of investing in RFID are
  • How to implement a successful RFID strategy to ensure a healthy return on investment
  • What the longer-term impact RFID investment on a fashion brand or retailer’s stock accuracy and bottom line could be

To watch the webinar click here. 

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