Consumer goods supply chains are becoming more complex. As retailers deliver services across an increasing number of channels to maximise revenue potential, customers in each of those channels are becoming increasingly demanding.
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Jun 17, 2005 Comments (0)
Dorma Group, the famous bed linens company, is using the Aldata G.O.L.D. Supply Chain Management software to support its retail operations.
ZEBRA TECHNOLOGIES BEGINS SHIPPING FIRST HIGH PERFORMANCE UHF RFID PRINTER/ENCODER SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR EUROPEAN RFID SPECIFICATIONS AND FREQUENCIES
Jun 13, 2005 Comments (0)
The new R4Mplus printer/encoder is uniquely designed to provide European suppliers to major retailers with RFID tag encoding and printing capabilities that meet case and pallet tagging requirements now and into the future.
Jun 06, 2005 Comments (0)
REACT Technologies will be demonstrating their 4G Solution Integration scenarios on Stand N32 at Retail Solutions 2005, NEC Birmingham on 7th, 8th and 9th June. The on-stand network will show how voice, data and video traffic is simply and securely conveyed over wireless and wired multi-site infrastructure utilizing proven best-of-breed networking technology.
Jun 03, 2005 Comments (0)
UK value book retail chain, The Works, has raised warehouse picking efficiency by 25% only months after rolling out a range of supply chain solutions from RedPrairie, a global leader in supply chain technology solutions.
Jun 03, 2005 Comments (0)
Leading online and catalogue retailer says CatalystConnect Demand Management "paid for itself" during fourth quarter of 2004 holiday seaso
Jun 01, 2005 Comments (0)
New system sees 40 per cent increase in productivity.
May 25, 2005 Comments (0)
Hand Held Products, is an exhibitor at the Retail Solutions Show, held at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, from 7th to 9th June. Visitors can see some of the company's world-renowned products - including Dolphin mobile computers and IMAGETEAM imagers.
May 10, 2005 Comments (0)
Ever since Wal-Mart declared its "mandate" for suppliers to start tagging their cartons with RFID tags back in 2002, the technology has been firmly on the retail agenda: over-hyped, over-priced and overly-long in turning into reality, possibly, but it has certainly been on the to do list.
May 04, 2005 Comments (0)
The WS-100 is a rugged wireless bar code scanner suitable for heavy duty industrial, logistics and retail applications. A cold store version, operating at -30 degrees Celsius, is also available and is unique in todays data capture market place.