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RFID Data Analytics in Apparel Retail

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The growing interest in the use and application of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) on the part of the retail industry in recent years has sparked an intensive debate in academia and practice on the benefits to be expected. A large number of white papers, articles in trade journals, and research contributions have discussed the impact of RFID on supply chain performance. The majority of prior works has so far concentrated on operational efficiency gains from RFID-based process automation. In contrast, our research is motivated by the question, to what extent retail companies can draw benefits beyond simple efficiency gains from the analysis of large amounts of RFID data.
   
type conference paper (English)
   
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project Retail Research Initiative
name of conference The Internet of Things: 20th Tyrrhenian Workshop on Digital Communications (Pula, Sardinia (IT))
date of conference 2-9-2009
page(s) 303-308
publisher Springer
ISBN 1441916733
review double-blind review
   
citation Thiesse, F., & Al-Kassab, J. (2009). RFID Data Analytics in Apparel Retail. In , pp.303-308: Springer. - ISBN 1441916733.