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Retail RFID & Barcoding Solutions

Let any employee easily track every item and asset in your store to supercharge efficiency and boost your bottom line.

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Enhance Merchandise Management With Barcoding & RFID For Retail

Your employees will always know what’s in stock and where to find it with our user-friendly retail RFID and barcode solution.

Why choose Lowry Solutions for RFID in Retail?

  • Speed up the checkout process by using RFID to scan multiple items at once
  • Get a 99% accurate inventory count compared to the 75% accuracy of POS-based systems
  • Use data to optimize your store layout by using RFID to track customer movements in the store
  • Prove an item’s popularity to your suppliers to encourage them to produce and send more stock
  • Maintain cybersecurity with RFID technology thanks to Lowry’s SOC2-certified solution.

Transform inventory messes into perfectly organized systems. Save time searching and gain time selling by giving your employees clear stock information at their fingertips.

Armed with this knowledge, anyone on the floor will know exactly what’s in stock and where to find it immediately. Enhancing the customer experience and catching shoplifters before they’re out the door. 

Small independent shops and big-box chains alike can make retail magic with Lowry’s RFID & barcoding solution!

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Why Lowry’s Retail RFID Solution?

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Inventory Control

Reduce overstocking, optimize shelf space, and prevent stock-outs with retail RFID tags.

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Asset Management

Set up displays faster by making it quick and easy for your employees to find point-of-sale signage.

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Supply Chain Visibility

Get a better idea of when new stock will show up with transparent inventory tracking that shows what’s en route.

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Retail BOPIS

Catch shoplifters red-handed with an RFID-enabled alert system that notifies staff before they leave.

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Faster Cycle Counts

RFID readers don't need direct line of sight to read a tag, speeding-up cycle counts for hard-to-reach items.

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Mobile Solutions

Simplify RFID systems even more by integrating sled readers with mobile devices for easy access and usage.

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Inventory Accuracy

Spend less time resolving discrepancies from manual counts with retail RFID tags that get it right the first time.

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Real-Time Tracking

Improve inventory visibility with real-time updates on stock levels, reducing the need for manual counts.

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Case-Level Traceability

Manage warranties, returns, and recalls more easily with transparent case-level traceability.

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What Happens When You Add RFID to Retail Stores

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Say Goodbye to Long Lines

Line-up bottlenecks impede employee productivity and create poor shopping experiences. Keep the line moving with efficient RFID scanners that can take on multiple items at once. 

Clerks can also scan an item from a distance allowing them to process more items faster and support BOPIS (buy online, pick up in-store). 

Automated inventory tracking also reduces the amount of labor required on stock. This lets you put more employees at the counter when needed.

Maintain Consistent Inventory Levels

Overstocking can be just as bad as understocking for different reasons. Money spent on unsold products is money lost. If this happens regularly, it’s a huge drain on your funds.

RFID tags for retail help you maintain adequate stock of every item. Get immediate, dynamic information on what’s selling and what’s not so you can order appropriately. 

If you sell clothes, RFID tags can also track how often an item goes in and out of changing rooms. This can help you predict future trends.

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Prioritize Product Safety

If you sell perishable goods, safety is a top priority. Selling an expired product puts your customers at risk and leaves you open to liability. 

Track product freshness with RFID tags. See which products have been sitting on the shelf the longest and receive alerts about which products need to be removed.

Expired products buried on shelves are too easy to miss manually. Don’t risk a single customer’s health, make it easy for your employees to detect expired products with retail RFID.

Replenish More, Sell More

Maintaining stock means optimizing profits. The more in-demand items you have, the more shoppers choose your stores over competitors. 

With real-time insights into what’s selling, you can prioritize hot items on your orders. You can also use RFID data to dynamically adjust pricing to match customer behavior. 

Selling the right items at the right price and always having them in stock is an easy yet effective way to quickly grow profits.

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Retail RFID Success Stories

GM Direct Part Marking

North American Automotive Manufacturer trusts Lowry Solutions to increase the efficiency of their Direct Part Marking

City of Tyler IT Asset Auditing

Lowry implemented a solution for City of Tyler, TX using passive RFID tags and mobile computers powered by the Lowry Asset Control System (ACS).

Returnable Container Tracking For MOBIS

Using RFID technology, Lowry helped Mobis optimize its assets, ensure a reliable parts flow, reduce costs by matching container requirements with production, and reduce container purchases.

Barcoding & RFID in Retail FAQ

Each RFID tag in retail has a unique ID. This ID is associated with the product’s information. 

RFID scanners send a radio wave signal to the tag upon scan. Then, the tag detects and responds to it by transmitting its ID back to the scanner. 

The scanner translates this into human-readable information.

Barcode technology uses a series of lines and spaces to represent product information. RFID technology uses radio waves to communicate with a tag attached to a product.

Barcoding is a cost-effective option that requires manual scanning, while RFID offers real-time inventory tracking and automatic identification. 

Many retailers find a combination of both helpful.

RFID is often used in retail to alert employees to a shoplifter attempting to leave the store with an unpaid item. 

Assuming the tag is not destroyed, RFID may be able to help authorities locate the thief. This is because the tag will track the product’s movement and pinpoint its current location.

There are several types of RFID tags used in retail, including passive, active, and semi-passive tags. 

Passive tags are the most common and rely on the energy from the RFID scanner to power the tag and transmit data. 

Active tags have their own power source and can transmit data over longer distances.

Semi-passive tags have their own power source but rely on RFID scanners to communicate.

The perks of using RFID technology in retail are manifold for customers. 

They enjoy faster checkout facilities along with improved inventory management and product availability – thanks to the system’s capabilities. 

Moreover, retailers can harness these very features for crafting exceptional customer experiences that run on tailored marketing strategies. 

By utilizing RFID tracking data smartly, stores can push targeted ads towards shoppers who regularly buy particular products while also notifying them when fresh stock arrives or related items become available again.