New Risk Edition of Tom’s Tek Tips Launches in D&D Daily

BRIDGEWATER, N.J. (Mar. 25, 2020) – Tom Meehan, CFI, chief strategy officer and chief information security officer at CONTROLTEK and author of the weekly mini-column Tom’s Tek Tips, published in D&D Daily, introduces a new edition on mitigating risk. Tom’s Tek Tips are bite-sized lessons on technology focusing on retail asset protection. Each tip is written so that it […]

What is RFID & How Does RFID Work?

by Rubin Press, Vice President of Global Sales at CONTROLTEK Radio frequency identification, more commonly known as RFID, has been around since World War II and used in many settings and applications. In the last 20 years, the developments in the technology have made RFID available in the retail industry. How RFID Works RFID consists […]

CONTROLTEK’s RFID Veteran Rubin Press Publishes Educational Article Series

BRIDGEWATER, N.J. (Jan. 23, 2020) – Rubin Press, vice president of global sales at CONTROLTEK, has published the first part of a series of articles about RFID technology. In his articles, Press uses his technical expertise, developed from years of experience partnering with retailers to implement the technology to improve their operations, to explain how […]

3 things store managers need to do to improve inventory management

For a retail store to be able to provide stellar front-end service, everything needs to be optimally functional on the back end. After all, no matter how helpful or well-trained a staffer is, that employee can't offer a customer ideal service if the item the patron wants isn't in the store. Good inventory management represents a central asset for all retailers. But it's also one of those things that tends to only be noticed by customers in its absence – that is, if a patron can't find the item he or she is looking for,

RFID Inventory Tracking

RFID is essential when it comes to tracking assets accurately and quickly and protecting against theft and loss. While statistics show that the amount of theft within retail stores is constantly increasing, so are the inaccuracies when it comes to tracking the inventory. RFID technology offers more benefits than manual and barcode processes when it comes to tracking inventory of the assets within your retail store, inclusive from the time they are manufactured until the time that they leave the store.