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Nedap Taps ALL-TAG to Offer Cost-Effective Source-Tagging Solutions

Contact: Patrick O’Leary
Vice President and General Manager
The Americas – Retail

Wakefield, MA, March 2, 2016 – Nedap North America, a global provider of EAS and RFID technology solutions, announced a collaborative marketing agreement with ALL-TAG Corporation creating an unprecedented advantage to US retail customers using Nedap EAS solutions.
“We are incredibly excited we’ve reached this agreement with ALL-TAG, who is a well-known and respected leader in the EAS source-tagging industry,” said Patrick O’Leary, Vice President and General Manager of Nedap Retail – Americas.

“ALL-TAG services are provided to many of the largest retailers in our market today as well as by their source-tagging partners,” continued O’Leary. “Since label integrators and retail product manufacturers already utilizing ALL-TAG services in their high-speed label application programs, it made sense for us to take advantage of the existing source-tagging network ALL-TAG has built over many years. This allows Nedap Retail North America, as well as our distributor partners, the ability to offer source-tagging solutions to our customers as an affordable option that reduces retailers’ labor costs while increasing tagging compliance.”

The agreement between Nedap Retail North America and ALL-TAG Corporation, is well-received by retailers who have not only struggled with the high cost of employee labor to tag high-theft merchandise in-store, but they have also been fighting an endless battle when trying to achieve an acceptable level of tagging compliance.

“Our agreement with Nedap Retail North America really complements ALL-TAG’s offerings, as well as Nedap’s, to provide a complete solution to the end user– Nedap’s Best-in-class hardware and ALL-TAG’s reputation for leading in source-tagging,” said Stuart Seidel, President of ALL-TAG Corporation. “For the first time, retailers now have an affordable solution to ensure all their high-theft merchandise comes in the back door already tagged, allowing retailers to reallocate those saved labor dollars toward other important objectives, such as customer service and increasing sales.”

“Retailers understand that when implementing an EAS program, one of the key drivers is source-tagging. It’s not just being able to provide security labels. Relationships with manufacturers and packagers of consumer goods are paramount in order to implement and ensure the labels are positioned properly, fit in the package, and are applied in a way to best maximize detection”, said Patrick O’Leary. With strategic locations All-Tag ensures immediate delivery on time-sensitive source-tagging orders, ALL-TAG has clearly mastered this ability. We are proud to offer this affordable source-tagging solution to our retail clients.”

About Nedap
Nedap is a manufacturer of intelligent technological solutions for relevant themes. Sufficient food for a growing population, clean drinking water throughout the world and smart networks for sustainable energy are just a couple of examples of themes Nedap is working on. It has a continual focus on technology that matters. Nedap was established in 1929, has been listed on the stock exchange since 1947 and, with more than 750 employees, Nedap is active around the world.
Nedap helps retailers permanently prevent losses, optimize stock levels and simplify the multi-store retail management.
Visit www.nedapretail-americas.com for more information.

About ALL-TAG Corporation
ALL-TAG has been manufacturing Radio-Frequency (RF) Labels since 1992, and is one of the largest RF Label manufacturers in the world.  The manufacturing plant is located in Boca Raton, Florida, which makes ALL-TAG the only American EAS Label and Tag manufacturer.  ALL-TAG also has inventory warehouses in the Europe and Asia.  All of these strategically placed facilities ensure rapid delivery for time sensitive RF Label orders to ALL-TAG’s customers located anywhere in the world.  ALL-TAG’s flexible manufacturing process allows them to supply custom label printing, sizes, adhesives, and top papers to suit the specific needs of each customer.

National Retail Federation (NRF) Organized Retail Crime Survey

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Click HERE to go to the National Retail Federation (NRF) website where you can download this Organized Retail Crime (ORC) survey.

People Counting Through the 3G Cloud

For retailers that do not want their People Counting data to flow through their main network, we have developed a device that will allow those retailers to use their external 3G service instead.  As you can see from the illustration above, the setup is very similar to our original wireless People Counting System with Remote Data Management.  Each retail store location would be equipped with a People Counter at each exit within the store, as well as our Sensor Network Gateway (SNG).  The SNG is essentially a roster that wirelessly captures the data from the People Counters, and then sends the data to a PC a specific IP address anywhere in the world.  The data can be viewed and analyzed using the EasyReports tool within our software application, or by simply typing in the specified IP address/EasyReports into the url bar of any browser.

What is the difference between the traditional SNG and the 3g SNG?  The traditional SNG would be connected to the local area network (LAN) in each store, and thus the People Counting data would flow through the retail company’s own internal network.  On the other hand, the 3G SNG would not be connected to the retail company’s internal network at all.  The 3G SNG’s would send the data to the specified IP address through the 3G service in each of the individual stores, which means the retailers do not have to worry about opening their internal networks too an external device.

Awesome Article Regarding EAS in Loss Prevention Magazine

Check out the article in this month’s Loss Prevention Magazine titled “Where is Next for EAS?  Reflections on Current and Future Developments“.  You can click on the link in this post, and you can also find the link on our Loss Prevention Articles Page, along with other EAS related articles.  The article tackled the much debated topic of will the traditional Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) market last, or will some other technology such as RFID take over.

ALL-TAG Can Supply and Apply the Tags!

The ALL-TAG RF Security Label manufacturing facility in Florida is equipped with a Label-Aire high-speed security tag application machine that applies Checkpoint compatible 8.2 MHz Radio-Frequency (RF) Labels and Sensormatic compatible 58 KHz Acousto-Magnetic (AM) DR Labels.  Retail product manufacturers and retail product packaging companies now have one source for procuring the security labels and applying them.  Outsourcing the security label application will save a great deal of time and money for source-taggers.

UltraStrip, UltraGator, UltraTag, UltraMax, SuperTag and Sensormatic are registered trademarks ® of Tyco.  ALL-Tag is not affiliated with Tyco.  ALL-Tag is not affiliated with Checkpoint. 

We sell products that are compatible with Sensormatic products, preowned (used) Sensormatic products, and never been used Sensormatic products.

AM Security Labels – An Alternative to the Sensormatic UltraStrip III (DR) Labels

We have added product pages within the Security Labels section of our site.  Please head over to that section to see and read about our AM Security Labels in roll and sheet formats that are compatible with all Sensormatic 58 KHz Acousto-Magnetic (AM) Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) systems and Deactivators.  Our AM Labels are equivalent to the Sensormatic UltraStrip III Labels with regard to EAS system detection and deactivation performance.

UltraStrip, UltraGator, UltraTag, UltraMax, SuperTag and Sensormatic are registered trademarks ® of Tyco.  ALL-Tag is not affiliated with Tyco.  ALL-Tag is not affiliated with Checkpoint. 

We sell products that are compatible with Sensormatic products, preowned (used) Sensormatic products, and never been used Sensormatic products.

 

TYCO and Signatronic Settle AM Label Patent Infringement Lawsuit

Please click here to view the press release regarding the settlement between TYCO and Ningbo Signatronic.  This patent infringement lawsuit has been settled allowing ALL-TAG to supply a specific version of the Signatronic AM Label to their customers all over the word.

ALL-TAG Employees on the Autism Spectrum Involved in Security Label Production

We are proud of this group of individuals who have proven to be an integral part of our RF Label Manufacturing process, and we would like to thank everyone involved who have helped make this such a successful and rewarding program.

 

Simulated EAS Systems

We have a large quantity of brand new Simulated (dummy) Pedestal “kits” in stock ready to ship. A “kit” includes one Pedestal with a blinking red light on top, a steel cart guard, as well as hardware and mounting instructions.  The design of these simulated EAS System Pedestals is very similar to Sensormatic UltraPost security systems. These pedestals are merely “shells” with no electronics inside.  This product is great for deterring theft without the hassle and expense associated with EAS System installation and service.

UltraStrip, UltraGator, UltraTag, UltraMax, SuperTag and Sensormatic are registered trademarks ® of Tyco.  ALL-Tag is not affiliated with Tyco.  ALL-Tag is not affiliated with Checkpoint. 

We sell products that are compatible with Sensormatic products, preowned (used) Sensormatic products, and never been used Sensormatic products.

An Alternative to Sensormatic Security Labels

Not only are we offering a low priced Sensormatic compatible Security Label, but we are also offering custom printing and a thinner size.  In the picture above, you can clearly see the custom printing options, as well as the difference between the standard labels and the thinner labels.  The quality and performance of these AM Labels is comparable to the Sensormatic UltraStrip III DR Labels.  Our labels are compatible with all Sensormatic 58 KHz UltraMax Acousto-Magnetic (AM) EAS Systems and Deactivators.

UltraStrip, UltraGator, UltraTag, UltraMax, SuperTag and Sensormatic are registered trademarks ® of Tyco.  ALL-Tag is not affiliated with Tyco.  ALL-Tag is not affiliated with Checkpoint. 

We sell products that are compatible with Sensormatic products, preowned (used) Sensormatic products, and never been used Sensormatic products.

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