VoIP Meets RFID In a Japanese Dressing Room

From StorefrontBacktalk:

Workers at the $8.5 billion retail Tokyo-based chain traditionally waited outside dressing rooms, listening for instructions to bring more clothes. In the new experimental system, the workers can stock shelves while waiting for their Voice-over-IP phone to ring and for the customer to ask for something.

From Litescape, one of the Vendors involved in the project: One of Japans Biggest, High-End Retailers Rolls Out LiteScape Interactive VoIP Applications

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