Position Imaging

    Company Information

    Position Imaging was founded on January 2006. The company is based in Portsmouth, NH, USA . The number of employees in Position Imaging is less than 50. Position imaging is a worldwide leading developer of innovative tracking technologies

    Here is how Position Imaging describes itself: "Learn about Real Time Location tracking of objects and people - RTLS. Use computer vision for Package management and retrieval with a full BOPIS solution."
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          Funding & investors

          Position Imaging has received 2 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $5.2M. Last venture funding round was $2.1M, announced on November, 2020.

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                          • Position Imaging Launches “Intelligent Logistics” Podcast Series

                          • Podcast Covers Innovative Strategies for Last Mile Package Deliveries STRATHAM, NH –  September 22, 2021 – Position Imaging, Inc, a pioneer in omnichannel logistics fulfillment and asset tracking, today announced the company has launched a new podcast series titled “Intelligent Logistics,” now available on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. The informative podcast will delve into how […]The post Position Imaging Launches “Intelligent Logistics” Podcast Series appeared first on Position Imaging.
                          • Residential Contactless Preferences Extend To Package Deliveries

                          • An understated promise of technology is to enhance our safety as we go about daily activities. Ring doorbells, auto-braking cars, and even virus protection software on our mobile devices. People have come to expect this level of protection and those who dwell in multi-family or mixed-use complexes are extending this notion to include protection for […]The post Residential Contactless Preferences Extend To Package Deliveries appeared first on Position Imaging.
                          • Position Imaging Expands Executive Team To Support Engineering, Sales, And Service

                          • Company Broadens its Leadership to Support the Accelerating Growth of its Residential and Retail Market Opportunities STRATHAM, NH –  September 14, 2021 – Position Imaging, Inc, a pioneer in omnichannel logistics fulfillment and asset tracking, today announced the company has added Dick Sillman as Vice President of Engineering, Matthew Knoff as Vice President of Service, […]The post Position Imaging Expands Executive Team To Support Engineering, Sales, And Service appeared first on Position Imaging.
                          • Mastering the Reverse Logistics Supply Chain

                          • Originally Posted at Supply & Demand Chain Executive For many retailers, COVID-19 was a wakeup call that their supply chains do not end when the product reaches their customers; they must also work in the opposite direction. August 18, 202 | Mo Cheema | Position Imaging It’s an understatement to say that during 2020, e-commerce […]The post Mastering the Reverse Logistics Supply Chain appeared first on Position Imaging.
                          • Residential Contactless Preferences Extend To Package Deliveries

                          • Originally Posted At Last Mile Logistics By Matthew Knoff, VP. Service & Fulfillment, Position Imaging Many of today’s multi-family dwellings are mixed-use complexes that include retail and office locations in the same building. Residents living in these buildings have grown accustomed to smart building operational processes that are automated and responsive to tenant needs and weather conditions. […]The post Residential Contactless Preferences Extend To Package Deliveries appeared first on Position Imaging.
                          • Departing with traditional returns

                          • Originally Posted at CSA Merchandise returns are just a cost of doing business—a big cost!  According to Fox Business, for every $1 billion in sales, the average retailer incurs $106 million in merchandise returns, and the NRF states that in 2020, e-commerce accounted for $565 billion for total sales nationwide. The return rate of clothing and jewelry is […]The post Departing with traditional returns appeared first on Position Imaging.

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