What Is RFID?

Radio-frequency identification (RFID) is at the core of our innovation strategy, and is transforming the way businesses manage their assets. RFID tags permit the wireless and automatic transfer of data using electromagnetic pulses obtained from trackable tags that are attached to inventory.

RFID tags come in either passive or active forms and can be read from various distances depending on the type of RFID antenna inlay used in the tag, and the read range of the RFID  terminal. Most often these inlays are embedded into printable tags.

Inefficient Inventory

The global cost to retail

It is estimated that inefficient inventory management, shrinkage and counterfeit issues cost retailers in the region of $700B US per annum. RFID is making a massive impact in tackling this enormous problem.

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Embracing Retail Change

As the retail landscape develops with ever moving goal posts, one thing is clear; Insightful data is critical to bringing a greater connectedness between how retailers recruit and retain customers and how the products they sell are managed and displayed.

We believe that Digitact has an important part to play in this equation because our eGRAB platform significantly reduces the time required to gather knowledge about item level inventory performance, whilst at the same time helping retail staff become more knowledgeable about stock features and availability using familiar and easily navigable devices.

Inventory Counting Made Easy

RFID stock control

In addition to the use of RFID tags to trigger consumer engagement events, the same tags can also be used to do a quick stock take of the inventory on the shelf to determine re-order or replenishment requirements. Simply scan the desired area with our hand held RFID reader and count your entire store in minutes.

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Who Is RFID Useful For?

An RFID solution by Digitact is infinitely scalable and can be tailored to suit any number of sectors. Examples of sectors where RFID technology is being widely adopted are:

  • General Retail
  • Fashion & Apparel
  • Eyewear
  • Jewelry and Watches
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Hospitals
  • Education
  • Distribution Centres and Warehouses
  • Ecommerce
  • Wine, Spirits and FMCG
  • Automotive
  • Mining
  • Oil and Gas
  • General Asset Tracking
  • Aerospace