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RFID Special Report, Part II: 20/20 In 2020 — Inventory Accuracy Takes Center Stage

In this section of the report, we focus on technology advances and things to consider when making investment decisions.

AI can help predict sales dynamics and craft optimal prices for every repricing cycle — quickly.

Traditional denim production has a major negative impact on the environment and the people who make it. Here's how to improve the process.

Between the two of them, Wigwam and Bollman have been manufacturing socks and hats in the United States for 265 years, collectively.

Southern Fried Cotton (SFC) proved that SKU-level RFID product identification delivers the same game-changing benefits for a small enterprise as it does for companies operating on a larger scale.

Brands need to execute a flawlessly human experience, or risk losing customers and profits in the process.

This annual RFID Special Report is Apparel's annual review of relevant marketplace developments. Part 1 of the report will focus on commercial topics. Part 2, which will be published next week, will focus on technology advances and considerations to guide future investment decisions.

Artificial intelligence (AI) holds the potential to revolutionize retail, and retailers know it.

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