Global fashion retailer selects RFID-ready loss prevention solution
Groenlo, The Netherlands — March 2, 2017
Nedap has renewed the global agreement with Hennes & Mauritz (H&M), one of the world’s largest fashion retailers, for the supply of intelligent article surveillance systems. The multi-year contract encompasses the supply and installation of Nedap’s !Sense hardware and tags for new stores and refurbishments. The !Sense solution offers an outstanding detection performance, enables easy IP-integrations with other devices and direct insights via onboard dashboards. The hardware is also fully RFID-ready, which means that a future RFID upgrade is possible with the least complexity and with minimal additional investments.
Rob Schuurman, Managing Director at Nedap Retail, commented: “We are extremely proud that H&M has renewed the partnership with us. In fact, we have designed !Sense with global retailers like H&M in mind, who need an effective and future-proof loss prevention solution that reinforces their global expansion and future business plans.”
Robin van Stenishttps://www.nedapretail.cn/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Logoretail_RGB-300-1-300x90-300x90-1-300x90.pngRobin van Stenis2017-03-02 08:54:292017-03-02 08:54:29H&M renews global multi-year contract with Nedap
Nedap’s hybrid RF/RFID solution selected for 15th country
Groenlo, the Netherlands, 11 June 2015
French sporting goods retailer Decathlon has selected Nedap for its RFID roll-out in Croatia. Worldwide, Croatia is the 15th country where Nedap’s RFID solution was chosen following twelve other European countries, Russia and China. Decathlon is the first retailer worldwide to use RFID instore in such a large geographical area. In 415 stores across the 15 countries, Nedap supplies hybrid RF/RFID electronic article surveillance (EAS) systems at the store exits for loss prevention purposes.
360° article surveillance
Decathlon’s main driver to implement RFID is to increase inventory accuracy and avoid out-of-stocks. To benefit fully from the RFID deployment, Decathlon uses the RFID tags on the merchandise for loss prevention purposes as well. This enables Decathlon to track the merchandise from end-to-end – from the arrival until the moment it leaves the store. In addition, Decathlon secures selected items with a high theft risk with an additional RF hard tag.
Loss prevention with hybrid RF/RFID technology
The solution Nedap provides consists of EAS systems with hybrid technology combining RF and RFID technology in one gate. Initially, all Nedap RF EAS gates that were installed prior to the RFID roll-out were upgraded to hybrid RF and RFID EAS systems. For this, a clip-in RFID reader was added to the already installed RF gates. All new stores are equipped with hybrid RF/RFID EAS gates right away.
Decathlon is a retail chain and network of innovative brands providing enjoyment for all sports people. At Decathlon, 60,000 of us live our common Purpose on a daily basis: “to make the pleasure and benefits of sport accessible to all”. In every country where we are present, we share a strong and unique company culture, reinforced by our twovalues: Vitality and Responsibility. At Decathlon, we place innovation at the heart of our activities: from research to retail, including conception, design, production and logistics. Our twenty Passion Brand teams channel all their energy in to developing technical, good-looking and simple products, always at the lowest possible prices. These products are aimed at all sports enthusiasts, from beginners to experts, and are sold exclusively at Decathlon.
Robin van Stenishttps://www.nedapretail.cn/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Logoretail_RGB-300-1-300x90-300x90-1-300x90.pngRobin van Stenis2015-06-11 09:31:312015-06-11 09:31:31Decathlon advances with global RFID implementation
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