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The Internet of Things in a Retail Store [Infographic]

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical objects or “things” embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity, which enables these objects to collect and exchange data.  -Wikipedia

So how can retail stores benefit from IoT? In the infographic below we share the most common types of “things” that integrate IoT technology and give a brief explanation of how retail IoT implementation can be a key to success.

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Can’t Find Your Size? RFID Technology to the Rescue

The streets are littered with the ideas of those who thought they had developed the “next big thing” in retail technology. Consider the key lessons learned from the first forays into Mobile POS devices. While the first iterations of this new technology weren’t an immediate success, the intentions behind it are sound, and the next generation is sure to be invaluable.

Without these constant efforts to improve and innovate in retail technology, we wouldn’t have new tools to surprise and delight customers, while improving store management processes. Look at radio-frequency identification (RFID) tracking, for example. With RFID tags, retailers can not only confirm that an item is in-stock, but they can also pinpoint exactly where it is located in the store.

How do these technological enhancements affect customers? With each new development that increases efficiency or lowers overall costs, customers benefit from an improved shopping experience.

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The Internet of Things As It Applies to Retailers [Infographic]

What is the Internet of Things (IoT)?  How can IoT be used in retail to improve efficiency and customer service?

The IoT is the sensors that are embedded everywhere combined with the technology that helps the sensors communicate in order to connect people and processes.

In the infographic below, we show how IoT is being utilized in retail stores and explain the most common opportunities and challenges.

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Surprise and Delight Retail Customers with a Smarter Store

We hear a lot about the Internet of Things (IoT) and we have provided definitions and offered suggestions for practical applications for the IoT in a retail setting. But when it comes to seeing how the power of the IoT can apply to everyday business, there is no better example of how it works than a day in the life of an article of clothing in a connected retail supply chain.

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A Straightforward Explanation of the Internet of Things in Retail

You’ve probably heard the terms before. “Internet of Things” and “big data” are often used in conversation about work, home life, and your business. But what do they really mean? More importantly, how can they help you?

Retailers are often overwhelmed by this new technology. Although it sounds enticing on the surface, imagining the implementation of it is a little tricky.

If you’re looking for a simplified explanation of these and other terms specific to your retail business, look no further.

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5 Things Retailers Need to Know About RFID Technology

What if you could decrease your online order cancelations by 60%? That’s exactly what one children’s clothing retailer was able to do using radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology to reduce online out-of-stocks.

However, RFID goes beyond reducing online out-of-stocks. It provides an all-encompassing improvement to inventory accuracy, sales, margins, and expedited returns, according to a research study at Auburn University.

It’s these kinds of RFID benefits that have retailers giving this technology a much closer look.

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