RFID jewelry management applied to new retail industry solutions

- Apr 06, 2018-

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Traditional retail

Looking at the management of the entire jewelry industry, most of them have the problem of inventory point counters at the point of sale. However, the current job of jewelry inventory is basically done through manual operations. However, jewelry products are small in size and have a large number of actual situations. A large number of products consist of small quantities. The inventory of the sales staff caused a huge amount of actual time for inventory. The data showed that an average jewellery inventory of the products in the store takes an average of five hours. The problem of inventory efficiency has led to the inability of individual jewelry stores to inventory products daily or weekly. At the same time, because jewelry is mostly high-value products, its indexes and parameters are both tedious and professional, and the personnel are more likely to be lost when miscellaneous and the Purchasing Manager cannot respond quickly. At counters with a large number of jewelry, the work of the Purchasing Guide will be performed. It will cause great pressure and it will easily result in the theft of valuables. This type of management sales approach, which depends entirely on people's experience and capabilities, largely limits the company's business expansion and customer experience.

Technical Principles

RFID jewelry management applied to new retail industry solutions

The characteristic information of the object to be identified acquired by the RFID system is usually first processed by intermediate software, or the collected identification information is directly passed through computer information processing technology (such as database technology, etc.) and computer network technology (Intranet & Internet). Technology) to achieve information fusion, sharing, long-distance transmission and other services directly to the relevant business applications

Design ideas

RFID jewelry management applied to new retail industry solutions

RFID tags are attached to valuable jewelry products, and automatic identification devices are used to monitor, control and track the tagged jewellery, enabling quick inventory, real-time tracking and sales management intelligence. As a result, the jewellery product's access and sales processes are tracked and recorded in all directions, and tedious and inefficient manual management and barcode scanning modes are replaced by automated and accurate new methods.

RFID jewelry management applied to new retail industry solutions

RFID jewelry management applied to new retail industry solutions

Safety monitoring system and inventory

Under safe conditions, the RFID reader can read every jewelry electronic tag information on the counter through the antenna. If there is any unexpected situation, the reader will not read the letter of a certain tag within a certain period of time and will pass the system. Alarm equipment gives staff alarms.

RFID jewelry management applied to new retail industry solutions

Intelligent Sales System

The LED display screen is deployed near the counter. When the jewelry is displayed to the customer, the related detailed attributes of the jewelry “style, origin, designer, weight, material, purity, grade” are displayed on the screen of the system, and the jewelry brand is improved. Public credibility and brand image are conducive to the sales staff's ability to extract more energy to provide better value-added services, enhance customer experience and promote sales.

RFID jewelry management applied to new retail industry solutions

Quick settlement

When the jewelry merchandise is settled by the customer's purchase, the staff will identify the jewelry label on the integrated reader configured at the checkout counter. The checkout counter computer will display the information related to the merchandise, and at the same time, prompt the customer to spend the money. After completing the transaction, the staff member confirms the completion of sales on the computer, the central server marks the goods in the database as sold, and at the same time, the counter RFID equipment will no longer maintain the monitoring of the equipment.