Before Marc O’Polo introduced RFID to its stores, taking inventory would typically require 20 employees for a full eight-hour shift. Now, the process can be completed by four employees in about 60 minutes. That’s just one benefit the European apparel retailer has reaped since running a four-week pilot nearly two years ago.
RFID ensures efficient replenishment and inventory accuracy, and has created seamless replenishment from the distribution center to the store. This inventory knowledge has increased the quality of outbound products and the available product range for customers, while simultaneously helping to grow sales. Marc O’Polo operates stores in 30 countries.