Welcome to the RFID Loss Prevention Academy by Nedap*.
Here you can follow online courses regarding RFID. Learn at your own pace with learning courses designed just for you, take classes taught by Nedap experts and discuss topics with our community.
Learn the skills you need to transform yourself into an RFID expert and earn credentials that grow your career. After finishing this Academy, you are able to explain and show all the advantages of using RFID for your Loss Prevention Strategy.
*Open for retailers and Nedap business partners only. Please note: only business email addresses will be accepted.
Oscar van den Broek welcomes you to the RFID LP Academy in this video and he explains how you can benefit from RFID for Loss Prevention.
RFID-based EAS technology creates a real-time understanding of what, when and how specific items go missing by integrating item-level inventory and loss prevention data. This new insight leverages EAS and RFID inventory-visibility technologies to provide complete pictures of loss events to help take loss prevention efforts to the next level.
With no set semester or quarter system, learning is entirely on your schedule. Finish a course and move on to the next one without having to wait. Need extra time on a new topic? You can take it. And best of all, the Academy is completely free!
Retail crime remains one of the most serious threats facing the retail industry. “Shrink,” otherwise known as a reduction in inventory due to shoplifting, employee theft, or other errors, significantly impacts a retailer’s bottom line – to the tune of nearly $100 billion annually in direct losses worldwide.
Regardless of where retail operations are located, shrink is a universal foe. That’s why retailers need to know what RFID-based Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) technology can do to help you strengthen your Loss Prevention Strategy and fight shrinkage.
They’ve learned the skills, earned their credentials, and connected to a global movement of fellow leaders. They’re people just like you — pioneers, innovators, and lifelong learners — who started their own RFID Journey.
“I kicked myself for not actively looking earlier, and for not challenging my team to be looking, my advice to other AP leaders is to be open to challenging the status quo and willing to put new solutions to the test.”
”In a world of omnichannel, product availability is king. Therefore, accurate stock data is vital for us to successfully offer omnichannel services to our customers. ”
We’ve established strategic partnerships and alliances across the globe to provide retailers with innovative solutions that empower greater efficiency and productivity.
Nedap partners with the Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) to support growth and professional development in the Loss Prevention industry.
The Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) is an international leader in educating and certifying retail loss prevention and asset protection professionals. LPF’s mission is to advance the retail loss prevention and asset protection profession by providing relevant, convenient and challenging educational resources.
Nedap is an Innovation Partner of the Loss Prevention Research Council (LPRC). This partnership supports the Retail Next Research Centers of Excellence goals for advancements in retail shopper experiences.
The Loss Prevention Research Council (LPRC) is made up of researchers, retailers, solution partners, manufacturers, law enforcement professionals and many more who believe developing a community will lead to a safer world.
As NRP Innovation Partner, Nedap receives assistance and offers focused internships for possible employment whenever possible to UF students.
The University of Florida (UF) is a top-ranked public research university located in Gainesville. The UF is closely affiliated with the LPRC.
Since its foundation, Nedap has been a strong supporter of the RAIN Alliance to promote the benefits of UHF RFID together with other industry leaders, speed up its wide adoption and connect with end-users.
RAIN RFID is a wireless technology that connects billions of everyday items to the internet; enabling businesses and consumers to identify, locate, authenticate and engage individual items.