Checkpoint Systems, the only vertically integrated solution provider for retail, today revealed its HALO® Internet of Things (IoT) platform at RetailEXPO in London.
Today’s fast-paced retail industry requires stores to keep up with consumer demand for popular brands and specific fast-moving SKU’s. While many IoT platforms promote dashboards and inventory insights, Checkpoint’s HALO platform is uniquely differentiated by its intelligent, action-centric functions. It’s all about action.
Checkpoint’s global retail customers are profiting from 50 years of retail experience. HALO facilitates maximum efficiency in minimum time by expediting shipping and receiving processes at every step in the supply chain.
“HALO auto-generates associate alerts throughout the supply chain and in-store, driving improved productivity in receiving, back stocking and restocking high-demand products to capture maximum sales conversions and highest profit margins,” said Phil Fisher, product manager, HALO.
How does it work?
The HA platform captures data events from every connected sensor across a retailer’s supply chain. This data is then stored, processed and analysed in near real-time to deliver targeted, actionable insights viewed via the HALO portal and intelligent actions delivered directly to associates’ mobile devices. This enables users to view relevant key events, make well-informed decisions and drive tasks that will improve processes and increase performance. Organisational tasks and mobile task alerts can be generated automatically, using machine learning and artificial intelligence, or by manual input.
Why is HALO different from other software platforms?
Checkpoint is a vertically integrated supplier of loss prevention, electronic article surveillance, IoT hardware and software products. Checkpoint understands the complex challenges faced by its retail customers. Checkpoint provides a range of intelligent retail solutions and the ingenious HALO platform that can track and protect all types of consumer goods. Supported by one of the world’s leading cloud providers, Microsoft Azure, these solution sets are easy to implement, easy to use, scalable, flexible, secure and cost effective.
Current Software Modules
Store Inventory Management
RFID-based solutions help retailers improve their in-store inventory accuracy and on-shelf availability to provide great shopper experiences while maximising their capital investments.
Real-time data capture from various sensor technologies around the store help retailers deliver heightened customer service for improved shopping experiences and loss reductions.
RFID-based solutions help retailers improve inventory accuracy at distribution centres, increase efficiencies, reduce shipping errors and support rapid omni-channel delivery.
Supply Chain control
RFID-based solutions help retailers track and trace stock, improving their inventory accuracy, minimising loss and maximising their capital investments.
RFID-based solutions help retailers reduce errors, improve efficiencies and deliver seamless omni-channel experiences for their customers.
For 50 years, Checkpoint has been working side by side with retailers. Its consulting team can help assess retailer business drivers and goals, select the right applications and define a strategy for transformation and growth. It is well versed in deploying various connected retail solutions for different applications and environments. Its global teams have delivered some of the largest retail technology rollouts in the world, driving efficiency, cost savings, change management, scalability and security for mission-critical applications.
For more information and to see Checkpoint’s intelligent retail solutions in action, visit Checkpoint Systems at RetailEXPO at Olympia London, 1-2 May 2019, on stand 5D58 or visit http://www.checkpointsystems.com