Using Retail Marketing Data to Help Curb Inventory Distortion

Using Intel architecture-based solutions, global retailers are reducing costly out-of-stocks and overstocks while improving customer satisfaction and profitability.

Type: White Paper

Sponsor: Intel Corporation

RFID: Transforming the Omnichannel Retailing Experience

Omnichannel retailing is changing how the industry views the retail store. Retail stores are finding themselves functioning not only as a retail storefront but also as a shipping and fulfillment center. The key in this omnichannel universe is enhanced inventory visibility and control.

Type: White Paper

Adidas America enhances customer experience with UPS Supply Chain Solutions

UPS Supply Chain Solutions provides the infrastructure and logistics technology needed to quickly react, and adapt to an increasingly complex customer service environment.

Type: Case Study

Lehigh Safety Shoes Boosts Profits on Boots and Shoes by 20 Percent

Lehigh Safety Shoes added the flexible interoperability of Microsoft Dynamics Retail Management System (RMS). Its ability to track Lehigh’s complex matrix inventory, capture signatures, and communicate over mobile devices has cut lines down to one and two minutes.

Type: Case Study

Changing the high-stakes game of retail technology

In the last 12 months, the retail industry has seen shockwaves bigger than in the last 50 years. The business has fundamentally changed. Retailers and brands who until recently had a clear sense of who their customers were and how,...

Type: White Paper

Swiss jeweler utilizes RFID for inventory visibility

De Grisogono asked SOLID and TAGSYS to provide a complete solution for traceability based on SOLID's experience in automated identification software and TAGSYS' track record in customizing RFID technology for complex environments.

Type: Case Study

RFID speeds up fashion retail restocking process

Throttleman is a famous fashion brand in Portugal which sells more than 2 million pieces of apparel through its store network and through multi-brand retail stores each year. The company contacted TAGSYS and systems integrator Creative Systems to define and support a complete and reliable RFID solution that would improve the supplying process.

Type: Case Study

Item-level RFID brings big savings to retail distribution center

TAGSYS provided retailer Serge Blanco everything it needed to identify and manage each individual apparel item that passes through its distribution center with item-level RFID technology. The company recommended specific UHF tags and equipment for the environment, and worked with suppliers so they could apply the tags at the point of manufacture.

Type: Case Study

Using international parcel forwarders for Global Expansion

Looking to increase sales revenue and considering the international marketplace? More than half of the companies in the U.S. have overcome their concerns; fraud, complex operational issues and high shipping costs. The result an average of 17% increase in revenue....

Type: White Paper

Business through the looking glass: why the customer-centric retailer needs supply chain visibility

Reaching buyers on the correct channel at the correct time with the correct offer will be imperative to building consumer loyalty. But to create such an offer, you need an integrated, visible supply chain.

Type: White Paper

Direct Source Services

Direct Source has grown their services business over the past few years. Here is a touch of some of the examples that have proven and successfully deployed to retailers.

Type: Brochure

In Store Technology Services and Support

Direct Source allows you to innovate with proven results. Because we represent the range of manufacturers, we understand their strengths and can operate in an open environment that selects the best fit for you. And, because we develop software and integrate and install hardware, we know what works—from experience.

Type: Brochure

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If you don't have it in the store, they can't buy it — but too much inventory is almost just as bad. Supply chain management is the discipline of moving products from source to destination in the smartest way.