Inventory Management is a continuing process wherein the urgency to place Orders for timed supply, and to follow up the Orders and proper receipt at the warehouse and transporting them to the designated stores is a challenge. Wal-Mart has had issue here. Wal-Mart faces this problem albeit having the RFID tool. The RFID uses a microchip to transmit product information regarding the type, manufacturer, Serial No etc., to a scanner or other Tools which collect the data to process. It is a Superior and good device when compared to Bar code readers, as RFID can collect Data about the goods from shelves from a few yards away and that the goods need not be physically handled and kept in the high racks in a Warehouse. The RFID technique can achieve 100% efficiency in tracking whether any goods is out of place, and it is easier to identify whether any goods are moving out without billing or by theft. However the use of the RFID means that the human resources have to be trained and this has raised a situation. Essentially the RFID technique or any other technique based upon Software application is nothing but Electronic Data transfer either from the Bar Code readers or scanners and the dedicated software analyses the data and validates the need depending upon the query – Mostly Billing, and stock reduction, payment generated and details about the purchased product by how many people in that day and so on.. In the event of an Software or Hardware crash or an data collision or if there is any collision of the RFID signals, the entire process of Inventory management is put to risk. There are not sufficiently trained personnel to handle this situation. In addition the suppliers of Wal-Mart are reluctant to invest in training for the same, which leads to the situation that Wal-Mart tries to avoid, which is having demands in store that it cannot meet, not because it does not have the supply, but because the inventory is mismanaged.