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RFID

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Macy's finds omnichannel success with RFID

Macy's is turning to RFID to support omnichannel initiatives, specifically its "Pick to the Last Unit" (P2LU) program. The retailer will use Tyco Retail Solutions' inventory visibility platform to access its full inventory throughout its entire store base.

RFID shines at NRF's BIG Show

NEW YORK— Connecting the store to online and following the customer throughout that journey is a big topic at NRF's BIG Show this week. It's a puzzle plaguing retailers, and the solution being presented is RFID.

Target's Wonderland jingles RFID bells

Target's holiday pop-up shop in New York City is doing double duty as both a temporary location in a city where it has no stores, and a showcase for new RFID-enabled cartless shopping.

GS1 US's Carpenter sees diverse future for product ID

Nearly every product in every store in every transaction involves GS1 standards in some respect. Most commonly, it is the Universal Product Code, generally referred to as the barcode, which was first used at retail more than 40 years ago.

GS1 US's Carpenter sees diverse future for product ID

Nearly every product in every store in every transaction involves GS1 standards in some respect. Most commonly, it is the Universal Product Code, generally referred to as the barcode, which was first used at retail more than 40 years ago.

Levi's RFID pilot seeks near 100% inventory visibility

Levi Strauss & Co. is collaborating with Intel to develop a proof of concept involving radio frequency identification that provides nearly 100 percent visibility into inventory in near real time.

Levi's RFID pilot seeks near 100% inventory visibility

Levi Strauss & Co. is collaborating with Intel to develop a proof of concept involving radio frequency identification that provides nearly 100 percent visibility into inventory in near real time.

Target tests digital service ambassadors in LA25

Target launched a new innovation initiative dubbed LA25 in 25 Los Angeles-area locations. The stores will test roughly 50 of the retailer's newest programs, some seen in other stores and some entirely new to the market.

Target tests digital service ambassadors in LA25

Target launched a new innovation initiative dubbed LA25 in 25 Los Angeles-area locations. The stores will test roughly 50 of the retailer's newest programs, some seen in other stores and some entirely new to the market.

Demand for data may signal twilight for barcodes

The end of the barcode may be approaching. Because of the increasing demand for information about products, the 41-year-old technology is due for replacement.