Modular Approach Empowers Retailer to Add Flexibility and Scale as Needed
NEUHAUSEN, Switzerland & New York, NY—NRF Big Show & EXPO (booth #2875)—January 13, 2014—Tyco Retail Solutions (www.tycoretailsolutions.com), a leading global provider of retail performance and security solutions, today unveiled a new set of RFID-based applications available on the TrueVUE platform including Display Execution and Storefront Visibility. By deploying packaged applications that are both easy to integrate and scalable, retailers can add new capabilities and leverage a common integration approach to hardware devices and reporting software to lower operating and ownership costs. To learn more about the power of the TrueVUE platform download our whitepaper.
Retailers around the world are evaluating how to best use RFID technology to bolster store performance and the customer experience, while reducing costly operational inefficiencies. With packaged applications, retail organizations can introduce the technology in a modular fashion and derive immediate benefits with minimal disruption to infrastructure, investment, and business processes.
By gathering and analyzing valuable store performance data real-time with Tyco’s TrueVUE platform, retailers gain enhanced visibility into what’s happening in their stores.
Many retail customers are already experiencing success with this approach. In early 2013, an Italian-based high fashion retailer with global revenues of $600 million USD began using TrueVUE Inventory Visibility for RFID-based item level visibility and tracking of its merchandise. Fueled by the project’s success, the retailer later added the Tyco Traffic Counting application to tie in shopper conversion data. As a result, this retailer has greatly improved processes, gained inventory visibility, optimized staffing, and experienced a significant uplift in sales.
Powered by the TrueVUE platform, new applications can be layered to offer retailers greater flexibility, adding functionality when needed. In addition, the platform ensures those new capabilities can be leveraged across the enterprise delivering greater scalability from a single application to multiple-use cases and from the entire life cycle of pilot to deployment.
“RFID has the power to help retailers to improve their business in so many ways, but taking the first step to rolling out an initial pilot can be a daunting task,” said Nancy Chisholm, Vice President and General Manager, Tyco Retail Solutions. “By offering packaged applications tied to the TrueVUE platform, retailers can easily begin an RFID project and layer on additional capabilities as they go to keep pace with their evolving business needs.”
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