Featured Solutions

Label Printing ➝

Modernized label printing tools to help your operations keep up with ever changing demands and regulations – all in one powerful software package.

Asset Tracking ➝

Asset tracking software for monitoring equipment and assets. Optimize usage, locate tools faster, and improve efficiency with our RFID applications.

MarkMagic ➝

Relied on by thousands of customers worldwide, MarkMagic solves barcoding, labeling and forms design and printing challenges. Modernize the way you manage and print your documents with MarkMagic.​ Design and print your forms, labels, barcodes, and RFID tags from one powerful software package.

Why MarkMagic?

MarkMagic is the chosen enterprise barcode label and form printing engine for major WMS products, ERP systems, 3PLs, and teams around the world.

EdgeMicro ➝

A simple RFID starter solution that solves common issues in logistical and inventory management. Ideal for lower scale needs, smaller environments, or proof of concept RFID projects. Deploy RFID into your supply chain without big investments or customizations.

RFID Starter Solution

EdgeMicro is easy to use, easy to implement, and brings immediate results to your operation without heavy investments in time, effor, and capital.

Edgefinity IoT ➝

Edgefinity IoT is an RFID software application built for organizations looking to gain visibility across large industrial environments. Whether you need to track large amounts of inventory, locate misplaced equipment, or ensure the safety of your employees, Edgefinity IoT lets you quickly deploy advanced, industrial strength tracking capabilities.

Enterprise RFID

Edgefinity IoT is an application that combines RFID with tracking technology and gives users the ability to track assets, locate inventory, and monitor employees.

Hardware ➝

For the warehouse, retail floor, in transit, and beyond - We offer the latest hardware products that work with our software applications from brands such as Alien, Brother, Zebra, Bixolon, SATO, Xerafy, and many others.

RFID Tunnel

CYBRA’s RFID tunnel is a 99.99% accurate carton validation solution for conveyor belts. Built for distributors looking to improve shipping accuracy.

[2024 RFID Integration Guide]

Have you been handed an RFID tag mandate from one of your retail partners? This ebook is a complete guide that will help manufacturers, and distributors reap great benefits from deploying RFID into your operations.


CYBRA specializes in RFID technology, real time tracking systems, and enterprise barcode label software solutions.

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How Accurate is the Average Retailer's Inventory?

Retail Inventory Accuracy

Did you know the average retail store’s inventory accuracy is about 65%? That’s according to the Auburn University RIFD Lab.

That sounds like a ridiculously low number, right? Most people would assume this number insinuates that 40% of a store’s inventory is unaccounted for. Not exactly. What it means is accuracy to product type on the floor. In other words – what exactly is on the retail floor. If an employee looks into an inventory product system, and the system is counting twelve size 30 slim jeans, but there is actually only 20, the product type alone is only around 60%.

This is a compounding problem. Replenishment end up costing much more money than it should as stores order too much, or not enough of a certain item. This also causes problems in shrink. If an inventory product system is only about 60% accurate, certain items easily go missing without a trace. Or, items can be marked as available when the item is actually out of stock.

This is not a new problem. Far from it. Retailers have been actively searching for a solution, which is why RFID’s adoption rate has gone up exponentially over the past few years. With the rise of online shopping, retailers need to make sure their inventory is as accurate as possible. Items sold online need to be available in stores as well. Why? To ensure omnichannel retail success. That’s where RFID comes in.

How are Retail Stores Changing?

How does inventory become inaccurate? It starts with cycle counting. Merchandise tagged with barcodes require attentive employees to count one product after another. This process is time consuming, and prone to mistakes. An inattentive employee will miscount inventory. And, typically, cycle counting takes a very long time, so most times, it is only done once a quarter or so. We’ve spoken to retail store owners who only do inventory once a year due to time constraints. With barcodes, and a staff trying their best, 65% is really the best you can ask for.

That’s why so many retailers are adopting RFID technology. RFID tagged merchandise can be counted all at once with 100% accuracy. Typically, a quick employee can count a handful of items in a minute. An employee armed with an RFID scanner can scan 200 – 300 items in a minute. With RFID, accurate cycle counting can be done daily. That’s how RFID can usually raise a retailer’s in store inventory accuracy to 95% or higher. Major retailers are implementing RFID on more merchandise – with some even mandating 100% of merchandise to be tagged by end of year. For brand owners that sell to major retailers, it is time to prepare for those mandates.