Retail Case Study: Saks Fifth Avenue

Tyco’s RFID Initiative Improves Inventory Visibility and Merchandising in Saks Fifth Avenue’s Footwear Fashion Experience

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15,000 square feet, 3,000 high fashion women’s shoes on display, it’s own zip code (10022-SHOE) — this is the Saks Fifth Avenue eighth floor shoe experience in the flagship New York City store.

For shoe lovers and fashion stars, the eighth floor shoe department is nirvana. Between 5,000 and 15,000 pairs of shoes arrive each and every week. Here customers can view the 3,000 pairs of women’s footwear options on display, shop privately in the VIP room and even have shoes repaired on site. In addition, another 1,000 pairs of men’s and children’s shoes are available and on display in their respective departments.

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Filed under Inventory Intelligence; Inventory VisibilityKeywords department store; inventory intelligence; inventory accuracy; inventory visibility

Published on 12/12/2013 Permalink


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