From the first case in the Northwest of Paraná, iTAG had until 2016, 40 deployments spread throughout Brazil, part of Latin America and Europe. The success came when inaugurating the first in São Paulo, Sérgio Gambim had the opportunity to close a partnership with Brascol – the national leader in wholesale of children’s fashion.
One of the great advances of iTAG is the precision with which stock control is performed. In just 20 minutes it is possible to read up to 1.9 thousand pieces and reduce labor costs by up to 28%. “The RFID implementation plan seemed useful and, although it had a high cost, it became economical, since it indicated a reduction of 70% in the time of movement of the merchandise,” comments Antônio Almeida, president of Brascol.
According to Almeida, the technology has proven to be so effective that it is currently deployed in all Brascol’s management, from the entrance of the merchandise to the exit to the stores. “The iTAG gives me the guarantee that the customer will receive exactly what he ordered, neither more nor less,” explains the businessman. Today, the iTAG / Brascol partnership owns the second largest RFID case on the planet.