We describe the design and development of radio-frequency identification (RFID)-based management system in a good and fashion company to enhance operational efficiency. The system is integrated RFID techniques and distributed readers capability to achieve better automation products introduction, inventory control, real-time replenishment, and goods-point reading rate analysis, as well as to improve its quality of service. This research demonstrates the significance and benefits of using RFID technology specifically in the fashion industry. The case study from this effort help to support and further the academic and practitioner literature, especially in the area of RFID systems development. Finally, we address the RFID has successfully to provide the smart-shelf enabled service (SES) and as a useful decision making tool for supervisor.