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SimplyRFID’s Wave Readers Promise Favorable Results for Retailers March 17, 2022 (0 comments)


New York, NY--Radio frequency ID tracking system company SimplyRFID is providing retailers access to Wave handheld RFID readers to achieve better inventor accuracy. The Wave system synchronizes data to the SimplyRFID Pogi data server on Amazon Web Services (AWS). This enables retailers to scale with ease, as they can leverage multiple Wave handhelds throughout their stores and synchronize SKU counts by store location. With API integrations, users can pull and query stock and integrate with omnichannel commerce systems such as Blue Yonder, New Store, Quickbooks, and Shopify.

"In short, the Wave system helps retailers attain inventory accuracy ― an outcome critical for positioning them to participate in a retail market dominated by omnichannel practices," SimplyRFID CEO Carl Brown said in the press release.  

SimplyRFID Pogi has an intuitive, speedy user interface for managing work orders, as well as monitoring and accepting stock counts from multiple devices. The primary use case of the product is to achieve exceptional inventory accuracy, and a byproduct of that achievement is additional savings. In this sense, the platform doubles as a time management tool that also offers revenue solutions for retailers in need of savings opportunities. 

The Wave system functions as a turn-key solution and currently costs less than $2,500 per location. The SimplyRFID platform helps users source RFID tags from Asia (less than $0.04 per tag) and the USA ($0.05 per tag), as well as industrial RFID printers from Zebra or Printronix for $1,600. The platform also assists users in developing best business practices for product rollouts and contract manufacturer integration. 

Read more on the Wave reader application in the press release.

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