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Acne breaks out with RFID

By Retail Technology | Monday May 15 2017

Swedish fashion brand Acne Studios has rolled out an RFID software platform

Nedap’s RFID platform !D Cloud was rolled out to Acne’s 45 stores across 12 countries in only three months. Using !D Cloud, the retailer aims to raise the in-store stock accuracy in their stores and enable omnichannel services.

Mattias Magnusson, CEO of Acne Studios, said: “Our main challenge is how to unify the online and in-store experience and service in order to gain and maintain the trust of our customers. The only way to master this is by having a nearly 100% stock accuracy. Therefore, automating our stock taking with RFID was the logical next step.”

The !D Cloud software suite is specifically developed for retail applications to raise the retailer’s stock accuracy and support store employees with processes like in-store replenishment. Detailed insights into the actual stock levels also make it possible to connect the stock of the physical stores with the retailer’s online platforms.

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