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Encuentro Moda adds RFID platform

By Retail Technology | Tuesday November 17 2020 | UPDATED 17.11.20

Spanish womenswear brand and retailer Encuentro Moda has added a new platform for RFID applications

Encuentro has selected the !D Cloud platform which provides retailers the fastest way to implement RFID and improve their in-store stock accuracy to over 98%.

Encuentro Moda source tags all its garments with RFID labels, which allows full traceability and stock visibility throughout the supply chain.

Gonzalo de Lorenzo, CEO of Encuentro Moda, said: “As a brand with a limited digital presence just a few years ago, we have worked very hard as a company to become a major omnichannel player in the field of womenswear and accessories. To achieve a leading position we need to be at the vanguard of adopting game-changing technologies, such as RFID. This allows us to be absolutely certain of our stock levels, track all products right from the source of production and never miss a sale.”

Encuentro Moda has established a closed loop between ERP, POS and !D Cloud RFID inventory management solutions. This connectivity allows seamless data transfer and provides extremely accurate real-time business information. With the resulting ability to track stock levels in real time, the online store now not only reflects warehouse levels but all in-store stock too. This is crucial for successful implementation of omnichannel services like ship-from-store, Click & Collect (BOPIS) and Click & Reserve.

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