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Your premier headquarters for the latest news and original content on apparel retail intelligence, from omnichannel and e-commerce to BOPIS, holiday shopping trends, innovative apparel retail experiences, developments in social media, augmented reality and virtual reality, and more.

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.

Small T-Shirt Company Reaps Big Rewards with RFID Item-Level Tagging

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.

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

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.

It's been a wonderful 24 years with Apparel.

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

The new hyper-curated service is made possible by the company’s increasing gains in data science.

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

Here's how to balance cost with content for a successful project.

Every retailer wants to customize the shopping experience, but very few have achieved a level of personalization that is both desirable and seamless across channels. According to a recent survey, these apparel and footwear retailers have come closest.

Reformation, Rothy’s and Outdoor Voices are embracing technology across their enterprises to enable them to focus on what matters: the customer experience.

Did you know that women size 14 and above represent 68 percent of American women? And still, they don't have the same fashion offerings. The company decided to change that.

An expected rise in holiday sales can be music to e-tailers' ears, but only if they're prepared to handle the increase in inventory needs, fulfillment demands and potential returns. Here are some tips to help smooth the logistics.

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