It’s the most wonderful time of the year – and the busiest! Many retail businesses look forward to the online shopping frenzy ushered in by Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and the holiday season to meet their yearly revenue goals.
The retail supply chain is a complex and intricate operation that requires every player to operate at maximum capacity to ensure all goods get to consumers on time.
Across multiple product categories, Walmart recently notified its suppliers that goods must be delivered with RFID tags starting August 2022. A U.S.
Our team was excited to join the RFID Journal LIVE! 2022 event in person, the world’s largest exhibition and conference for RFID and IoT products and services, which took place May 17-19 at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
If you work with Walmart, you’ve likely heard about their initiative requiring all items arrive at Walmart stores with RFID smart labels by September of 2022. As a Walmart supplier or barcode professional, how do you navigate the recent RFID initiative?
The retail industry continues to grow as demand for products increase. With this rapid expansion, it becomes increasingly difficult for outdated product-tracking systems to keep up with the high volume of customer orders being made.
It’s the retail season and no doubt, your retail operation is feeling the strain of having to do more with the same amount of resources. You need a printer designed to support your retail operation, enabling your team to be more effective.