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12/03/2017

H&M renews global loss prevention contract with Nedap

Groenlo, The Netherlands

Nedap has renewed the global agreement with Hennes & Mauritz (H&M), one of the world’s largest fashion retailers, for the supply of intelligent article surveillance systems. The multi-year contract encompasses the supply and installation of Nedap’s !Sense hardware and tags for new stores and refurbishments.

The !Sense solution offers an effective detection performance, enables easy IP-integrations with other devices and direct insights via on board dashboards. The hardware is also fully RFID-ready, which means that a future RFID upgrade is possible with the least complexity and with minimal additional investments.

Rob Schuurman, Managing Director at Nedap Retail, commented: “We are extremely proud that H&M has renewed the partnership with us. In fact, we have designed !Sense with global retailers like H&M in mind, who need an effective and future-proof loss prevention solution that reinforces their global expansion and future business plans.”


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