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Topic: RFID

The Ongoing Evolution of Inventory Control

Prior to the industrial revolution, inventory control was all but not existent. Sure, some merchants and shopkeepers would count their stock numbers at the end of each day to determine what had been sold. Or perhaps they wrote down all sales and deducted the transactions from the inventory quantities they presumed they had. Either way, […] ... Read More

  November 27, 2018     

How Inventory Management Has Evolved Over Time

When it comes to inventory management, there has been a significant shift in the way warehouses operate today and the future holds even greater changes. It is certainly an exciting time for inventory management as the evolution is rapidly changing. Manual inventory management In most warehouses, the days of pens, paper and spreadsheets are coming [ ... Read More

  November 19, 2018     

World Wide Web Wednesday #27

Whether you need some lunch time reads or something to get you past hump day, we’ve curated five links you’ll enjoy! Taking the Art Industry Online Buying art pieces has been considered a form of investment, both in money and time. However, technology is changing the way we interact with, buy, and sell art. Online […] ... Read More

  March 28, 2018     

SME and Omni-channel Warehouse Management

The face of retail has changed dramatically in today’s digitally connected world. Consumers are more well-informed than ever before and have increasingly higher expectations of their shopping experience. Not only do they want convenience and value, but they want the ability to purchase anything, from anyplace, at any time. Demanding fast and effi ... Read More

  February 23, 2018     

A Successful Stock Take: Six Mistakes to Avoid

Stock taking is a crucial event on any business’ calendar – it’s that time of year, quarter or even month for businesses to reconcile the actual stock in the warehouse against the stock on the books. Your stock take will look different depending on the type and size of business you run. That said, there […] ... Read More

  January 15, 2018     

World Wide Web Wednesday #12

Whether you need some lunch time reads or something to get you past hump day, we’ve curated five links you’ll enjoy! Will RFID rejuvenate brick and mortar stores? Shoppers seem to prefer shopping from the comfort of their couch so brick and mortar stores have to up their game to retail ever-demanding shoppers. RFID technology […] ... Read More

  November 15, 2017     

World Wide Web Wednesday #11

Whether you need some lunch time reads or something to get you past hump day, we’ve curated five links you’ll enjoy! The Death of Cars? A prominent figure in the auto industry, Bob Lutz has worked for Ford, General Motors, Chrysler and BMW. His latest revelation predicts the end of cars as we know it. […] ... Read More

  November 8, 2017     

Inventory Tracking: Keeping Track of Every Moving Part

Inventory tracking is essentially a process for monitoring inventory levels, orders, sales and inventory movements. In any business, particularly in stock based businesses, there are a lot of moving parts. Keeping track of every aspect of the production process can be difficult, so businesses turn to inventory tracking to understand where each item ... Read More

  July 19, 2017     

Three Alternatives to Tracking Inventory

Barcodes are perhaps the most straightforward method of tracking inventory; they are easy to implement, and make it possible to track virtually every inventory movement – through the warehouse and right up to the point of sale. However, barcodes are just one way of tracking inventory – let’s compare barcodes with some of the alternati ... Read More

  June 3, 2017