Innovative Solutions Extend the Power of RFID Across the Store Floor Driving New Value
NEUHAUSEN, SWITZERLAND and TOKYO, JAPAN--(Marketwired - Mar 2, 2015) - RETAILTECH Japan 2015 -- Tyco Retail Solutions (www.tycoretailsolutions.com) will showcase the latest RFID in-store visibility solutions, delivering new actionable insights into inventory, shoppers and shrink at the RETAILTECH JAPAN 2015 event, (Booth RT1409).
As retailers increasingly realize value from their initial RFID investments, many are ready to take their inventory visibility programs to the next level and extend RFID benefits across the store floor and into the supply chain. Tyco's on-site demonstrations will feature its market leading Store Performance Solutions with the latest Sensormatic RFID reader and antenna, illustrating the value of these offerings to facilitate second generation RFID use cases for retailers worldwide. With Tyco's network of valued industry partners, retailers have many options for complete RFID solutions to fulfill their unique business needs now and as they grow.
Tyco will demonstrate shopper visibility that allows retailers to optimize merchandising and staffing, and shrink visibility that enables staff to predict and mitigate future losses. By combining Traffic, Inventory and Loss Prevention solutions, Tyco can help retailers discover new insights to better serve customers and identify sources of fraud, shoplifting and shrink like never before. Leveraging deeper in-store visibility, retailers can focus on actionable inventory, shopper and shrink data to make better store-level and enterprise-wide decisions, fueling a satisfying customer experience and maximizing sales and profits.
Dedicated to supporting the business needs of retailers in Japan for 45 years and with RFID inventory solutions in over 2,500 stores globally, Tyco leverages historic strength in retail to now deliver a diverse and innovative set of intelligent, data-driven store performance solutions essential for today's competitive retail environment. Tyco's commitment to innovative store performance solutions was underscored by its recent acquisition of RFID solution provider Creativesystems. Combined Tyco and Creativesystems resources and capabilities accelerate the company's delivery of RFID-based inventory visibility applications for retailers globally. Providing further value to retailers in Japan, Tyco's strategic alliance with Nippon Steel & Sumikin Bussan will help develop growth opportunities in the region.
At RETAILTECH JAPAN 2015, Tyco offers an up-close look at the latest visibility solutions and innovations in RFID inventory, traffic and loss prevention. Highlights of Tyco's upcoming release feature new analytical dashboards with comprehensive shrink and inventory performance metrics in a configurable, user-friendly reporting framework. Included are real-time and historical shrink data integrated with advanced video data to enable forensic analysis and further action for improving loss prevention.
About Tyco Retail Solutions
Tyco Retail Solutions is a leading provider of integrated retail performance and security solutions, deployed today at more than 80 percent of the world's top 200 retailers. Customers range from single-store boutiques to global retail enterprises. Operating in more than 70 countries worldwide, Tyco Retail Solutions provides retailers with real-time visibility to their inventory and assets to improve operations, optimize profitability, and create memorable shopper experiences.
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