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Why apparel retailer analytics need item-level RFID

Why apparel retailer analytics need item-level RFID

By Dean Frew, senior vice president of SML RFID Group.

Most retailers today have access to loads of data – much more than in years past. Big data is everywhere, and the name of the game is "analytics". However, if a retailer's inventory data is less than 80 percent accurate, what good is the hottest analytical software? It's like looking at a 1 megapixel image on a 96" HD television.

Voice of reason in the warehouse - WMS & Voice Picking Technology report October 2015

Voice of reason in the warehouse - WMS & Voice Picking Technology report October 2015

Manufacturing & Logistics IT spoke to a number of key spokespeople from the vendor and analyst communities about recent developments in the world of Voice-directed software and hardware and warehouse management systems – including those involving mobility, Cloud/SaaS and Big Data.

Big Data Analytics is poised to change the maintenance services models across the manufacturing sector

Big Data Analytics is poised to change the maintenance services models across the manufacturing sector

The advent of the Internet of Industrial Things (IoIT) has triggered an influx of technology-oriented services such as cybersecurity and advanced maintenance. This has dramatically widened business opportunities in the manufacturing services sector.

Big Data: how big is big?

Big Data: how big is big?

By Nik Stanbridge, VP Marketing, Arkivum.

One of the biggest phenomena of modern technology is Big Data. Even seeing the phrase written down makes it look big. As it is also generally capitalised this makes it look and sound even bigger. But how many organisations actually know what it means? And how big is big?

Sunny forecast - Planning/Forecasting/S&OP report June 2015

Sunny forecast - Planning/Forecasting/S&OP report June 2015

Manufacturing & Logistics IT spoke to a number of key spokespeople from the vendor and analyst communities about recent developments in the world of planning and forecasting-related software – including those involving mobility, Cloud/SaaS and Big Data.

GT Nexus introduces funding programme leveraging the power of Big Data

GT Nexus introduces funding programme leveraging the power of Big Data

GT Nexus and trade finance solutions provider Seabury TFX has announced a new funding programme that leverages Big Data on the GT Nexus platform to deliver suppliers access to low cost capital.

On the pulse of production, supply and demand - ERP Report March 2015

On the pulse of production, supply and demand - ERP Report March 2015

Manufacturing & Logistics IT spoke to a number of experts from the vendor and analyst communities about recent developments in the world of ERP – including those concerning, rich analytics and Big Data, mobility and the Cloud/SaaS. The contributors also reflect on some of the key drivers for these developments, and consider what ERP users can likely look forward to in the not too distant future.

Global agreement to optimise shopping centres through Big Data and shopper location analytics

Global agreement to optimise shopping centres through Big Data and shopper location analytics

The International Council of Shopping Centres (ICSC) has signed a global sponsorship agreement with shopper location analytics company Path Intelligence.

New business intelligence platform launched for the logistics industry

New business intelligence platform launched for the logistics industry

A new business intelligence platform (BIP) designed to facilitate the handling of big data in the supply chain has been launched by transport management experts the 3T Group.

Mapping the data universe

Mapping the data universe

Adopting a continual, pro-active approach to information governance is essential if retailers are to meet the challenges presented by big data. Martin Bonney, Director International Consulting Services, Epiq Systems, suggests the sector has room for improvement.

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