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Why Reader Complaints May Be the Most Useful Part of Your Day
As managing editor for TEC’s white paper site, I receive a wide variety of reader comments, ranging from lost password requests to queries about white papers on

reader  Reader Complaints May Be the Most Useful Part of Your Day As managing editor for TEC’s white paper site , I receive a wide variety of reader comments, ranging from lost password requests to queries about white papers on particular (sometimes very particular) subjects. The other day I received this e-mail, titled “Meaningless White Papers”: “I don't appreciate seeing a good White Paper title and description, then finding out I need to register with my phone number at another site to read it! Read More...
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Radio frequency identification (RFID) criteria cover tags and storage devices, readers, wireless hubs and servers, and the middleware necessary for evaluating an RFID system deployment. RFID sys...
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Ask the Experts: Data Purging and System Migration
One reader recently wrote in with this question:

reader  and System Migration One reader recently wrote in with this question: ... I wondered if you can point me at any related sites/groups/publications for more established users that discusses, for example migrating between ERP systems, purging ERP data, integrating data from acquired companies into ERP and PLM We thought we’d take this on ourselves—but see the bottom of this post for more resources! Introduction When migrating between systems, it is crucial to define the scope of implementation, as Read More...
What Makes a Good White Paper Good... (part three)
Here is the third point in a series that looks at the key features to consider when writing an IT white paper... so that you not only get your reader's interest

reader  is established with the reader (see previous post and Michael Stelzner's site ). The proposed solution must be both practical and clearly stated. If the solution that ostensibly addresses the egregious problem is utterly incomprehensible due to stratum after stratum of obfuscating and argot-laden cant, the reader is left high and dry—and justifiably frustrated. Likewise, if the proposed solution isn’t practical: if it involves too high a financial investment, too much time to implement, or simply too Read More...
A How-to Guide for a Radio Frequency Identification Site Survey
As organizations prepare for a radio frequency identification (RFID) implementation, they often don't understand the preliminary work necessary to begin the

reader  identify possible roadblocks to reader placement, as frequencies emitted by equipment and other sources may be the same as the reader, or stray backscatter may interfere with reader placement and function. Other companies that inadvertently interfere with the frequency of tags and readers may also cause interference on equipment. In addition, a site survey will expose radio frequency (RF) communications already present. Items that can cause such interference include bar code devices, long-range radios, Read More...
How to Alienate Your Reader: Jargon, Buzzwords, Lingo, and Gobbledygook
This Is For All Us Writers Out There: Oh, and All Us Readers Too!Do you ever feel like you need a jargon buster just to understand what some companies are

reader  products, DON’T assume your reader is going to understand any of your jargon. If you’ve got to use jargon, explain it. The point is to engage the reader not alienate them.You can lose a reader almost instantly when you start writing like the example paragraph above. I mean would anyone find the above paragraph interesting? Not likely. Read More...
SCE Leaders Partner To See Beyond Their Portfolios
Recent partnerships that Manhattan Associates and RedPrairie have struck with demand planning and/or integration providers might indicate an ongoing

reader  within range of a reader, the data is captured, accepted and then executed against by a SCE solution like PkMS. For retailers and the other vertical industries that Manhattan Associates serves, RFID tags present enormous opportunities to improve supply chain operations, such as: Reduced stock outs due to supplier vendor managed inventory (VMI)/replenishment Automated proof of delivery Improved security of products Warehouse labor reduction Expedited cross docking Improved physical counts and Read More...
Oil and RFID Do Mix
The oil and gas resource sector is under pressure to improve operations and finances while continuing to meet the growing demand for energy. Radio frequency

reader  and RFID Do Mix The oil and gas resource sector is under pressure to improve operations and finances while continuing to meet the growing demand for energy. Radio frequency identification (RFID) benefits retail, but it’s little known as a tool for improved efficiency and customer satisfaction in the oil and gas industry. Discover how RFID can offer multiple benefits in production and distribution to companies in the oil and gas sector. Read More...
Electronic Product Code (EPC): A Key to RFID
The real benefits of radio frequency identification will be achieved, when the integration of the EPC data will be a substantial part for the control of supply

reader  Network operate? An RFID reader would scan product (unit/case/pallet), and then an EPC Savant server would decode the EPCs, so that an object name server (ONS) would look up the product information address later on; ONS becomes equivalent to an Internet domain name server (DNS), an Internet service that translates more intuitive alphanumeric domain names into mere numerical Internet Protocol (IP) addresses. Thereafter, a physical markup language (PML) server would return specific product information to Read More...
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) RFI/RFP Template
Tags and Data Storage Devices, Readers, Interrogation Equipment, and Printers, Wireless Hubs and Edge Servers, Application Network, Application Technology

reader  and Data Storage Devices, Readers, Interrogation Equipment, and Printers, Wireless Hubs and Edge Servers, Application Network, Application Technology Read More...
RFID Implementation: Moving Forward through the Four Phases
Implementation of a radio frequency identification system is best approached in four phases to ensure its success. Discussed here are the second and third

reader  on the item, a reader response, collection of the data to the RFID system, and validation of that data. The organization should validate the exchanged data that is to be passed to other systems through integration, the receipt of the data to the auxiliary system, and exchange with the trading partners. Step 3. Workflows Complete workflows of entire business processes should be documented so that there is a road map to plan the installation. If these processes do not exist, be sure to allot additional Read More...
How One Distributor Played Wal-Mart's Distribution Game-And Won
As a supplier to Wal-Mart, appliance manufacturer Haier America was required to implement a radio frequency identification (RFID) tagging system. To satisfy

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Error Proofing with RFID
Carefully tracking components and assemblies throughout the manufacturing process can prevent costly production and sequencing errors, but executing these

reader  Proofing with RFID Carefully tracking components and assemblies throughout the manufacturing process can prevent costly production and sequencing errors, but executing these procedures can be difficult. While bar codes provide accurate, efficient product identification, they are not viable in many common industrial processes. Specialized RFID tags, however, are optimized for use on or around metal, and are an effective and viable alternative. Read More...
As Hype Becomes Reality, a Radio Frequency Identification Ecosystem Emerges
Radio frequency identification (RFID) is the latest technology to gain major recognition as being a sizeable market for the future. The RFID ecosystem includes

reader  focus on tags and readers and towards integration with enterprise applications and the implementation of business process changes, where the real value of RFID will be captured. This maturation of RFID technology into the business process arena is critical if the enterprises deploying RFID technology are ever going to reap positive benefits. The initial slap-and-ship solutions of suppliers trying to meet retailer mandates were mere exercises in minimizing costs to meet requirements. Emphasis must shift Read More...
The Supply Chain of Sitcoms-Enhanced with Radio Frequency Identification
Imagine what sitcoms like Cheers, Laverne and Shirley, and Green Acres would look like if they were radio frequency identification (RFID) enhanced. Then picture

reader  Supply Chain of Sitcoms-Enhanced with Radio Frequency Identification Introduction A few evenings ago I took a break from my latest research project to channel surf, and happened upon reruns of Cheers, Laverne and Shirley, and Green Acres. And, since my latest research project is centered around the impact that radio frequency identification (RFID) technology can have upon the customer experience, it was totally logical that I began to imagine what these sitcoms might look like today if they were RFID Read More...
The Middle Kingdom - From Wired to Wireless
Confused about RFID middleware? RFID middleware has a critical role to play in cleaving together and clarifying the signals and intelligence, bidirectionally

reader  digital assistants (PDA) and readers, as well as very sophisticated middleware that also acts as a true RFID application (Savi, is the key player here.) When you see the proliferation of information that users want, either in the system or on the tag, you see the footprint growing in middleware application. So I (as well as probably you, at this point) am a bit curious as to why RFID middleware is not a truly hot category. If so many people want to subscribe to the data, and it provides a unique Read More...

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