Peak Technologies to Exhibit Advanced Digital Retail Solutions at NRF 2024: Retail’s Big Show

Peak Technologies, a provider of digital supply chain and mobile workforce solutions, will exhibit its advanced packing and sortation solutions at NRF 2024: Retail’s Big Show, Jan. 14-16 (booth 1202). The event will include ongoing demonstrations of the company’s Peak Analytics AI and image recognition analytics solution for high-volume logistics in conjunction with Zebra’s Iris GTX smart camera in Zebra Technologies’ booth 3203.

Retail experts at the Peak booth (1202) will help attendees discover how Peak’s digital solutions can optimize processes and elevate customer experiences, from the loading dock to the retail floor. Attendees can discover advanced retail solutions to empower productivity in their business, including:

  • Customizable mobile self-checkout carts, kiosks, price checkers and more
  • In-store alerts and communications
  • Custom, temperature-controlled pick-up locker stations and mobile lockers
  • BOPIS picking and fulfillment software
  • Advanced associate mobility
  • Mobile computers and printers
  • Peak Analytics platform

In addition, attendees can schedule a Peak booth tour, meeting or demo with an expert.

At the Zebra Technologies booth (3203), Peak will fully showcase Peak Analytics, its vendor-agnostic, no-code, AI solution for retail, shipping and logistics that gives users actionable intelligence to enable supply chain visibility. The demo will include seamless parcel sortation featuring Zebra’s machine vision Iris GTX smart cameras and Peak Analytics’ insights to sort packages and identify compliance issues. At the exhibit, attendees will learn how organizations can identify systemic issues in supply chain planning, apply rich analytics to detect sorting operations bottlenecks, and improve capacity utilization.

“Our collaboration with Zebra Technologies during NRF 2024 is an exciting opportunity to highlight how Peak Technologies and Zebra’s machine vision products work together to transform operations.  When using Peak Analytics’ automation and AI, retailers can instantly receive data about the condition of every package in their warehouse and identify inventory problems immediately,” said Jorge Schuster, Peak Analytics Director of Sales at Peak Technologies.

Powered by image recognition and AI, Peak Analytics gives logistics operations the ability to capture key information about package quality. Sensors deliver real-time data about the condition of every package so companies can identify parcel problems, such as missing barcodes or misprinted labels, at the source. With this actionable intelligence, operations can better position themselves to solve key business challenges using real-time monitoring, non-stop sorting, automated identification of problematic packages and equipment health and performance data.

Peak Analytics is deployed in more than 200 sites across over 1,000 tunnels. It scans more than 50 million packages per day and has enabled vendor compliance programs worth $50 million across its customer base.

For more information about Peak Analytics, visit www.peaktech.com/peak-analytics. To schedule a booth tour, meeting or demo with Peak Technologies at NRF, visit www.peaktech.com/event/nrf-2024/.

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