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RFID--A New Technology Set to Explode? Part One: RFID Technology
For retailers and the other vertical industries, radio frequency identification (RFID) tags present enormous opportunities to improve supply chain operations

rfid inventory control  take early advantage of RFID benefits, such as increased inventory visibility and accuracy, reduced labor costs and faster cycle times, without disrupting existing operations. Finally, as RFID technology matures, it will enable companies to fundamentally redefine distribution operations, which currently require manual scanning to be replaced by scan-free operations that query, collect, store, and transmit inventory information without human intervention. RedPrairie is working with some of its customers an Read More

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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

rfid inventory control  into a DC, the RFID tag provides real time visibility of an item's whereabouts at all times. With RFID, WMS and TMS suites will be able to track and maintain inventory with minimal supervision in an entire network of DCs in a fraction of the time currently required. To that end, the EPCglobal mission is to create standards and assemble building blocks for the Internet of Things whereby all supply chain transactions will be logged and made available to the authorized recipients over the Internet. How wou Read More
RFID Workbench: Understanding the Basics
Radio frequency identification (RFID) helps actualize the perfect integration of logistical and commercial chains and its use is rising in the US and Europe

rfid inventory control  in the defined system. RFID Workbench enables users to produce reports on inventory levels and stock movements in real-time. This includes the complete supply chain (across company boundaries) that is tracked using RFIDtags. Inventory Details The RFID Workbench dramatically reduces the time taken to count stock and report on stock levels. RFID Workbench supports reports and various printing functions like stock movements, inbound or outbound shipping processes etc. Reports & Statistics The RFID Workbench Read More
Provia Tackles RFID in a Twofold Manner Part Two: RFID Compliance
Provia's approach to radio frequency identification (RFID) compliance was to offer a bolt-on or drop-in product that works in conjunction with a company's

rfid inventory control  be involved in testing RFID technology with a large client for real-world use. Not only was the implementation meant to satisfy the Wal-Mart mandate, but also for gaining real time visibility into the supply chain, as to be able to share this improved visibility with the customers, which is supposed to yield many benefits for users, including increased shipping accuracy, inventory accuracy, and reduced inventory shrinkage. By focusing on pallet and case product distribution, Provia believes to have taken Read More
RFID in Healthcare--A Whole Industry of Value
This article talks about recent and expected FDA regulations and how RFID can help meet those requirements while improving supply chain performance.

rfid inventory control  include the use of RFID technology to create a pedigree —a secure record documenting that the drug was manufactured and distributed under safe and secure conditions. FDA said: The adoption and common use of reliable track and trace technology would help secure the integrity of the drug supply chain by providing an accurate drug pedigree which is a secure record documenting that the drug was manufactured and distributed under safe and secure conditions. The implication? The industry needs to track i Read More
How Mobile RFID Systems Improve Operations and ROI
Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology can provide a strong return on investment (ROI) when combined with improved business processes that reduce

rfid inventory control  Mobile RFID Systems Improve Operations and ROI Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology can provide a strong return on investment (ROI) when combined with improved business processes that reduce labor and prevent errors. But mobile RFID systems, with forklift-mounted readers, can be implemented for a fraction of the cost of traditional infrastructure configurations. They can improve supply chain visibility, reduce capital expenditure, and slash labor costs. Read More
Taking Control: Improved Inventory Visibility Leads to Lean Success
While inventory reduction is a worthy goal for manufacturers, with less “cushion” mistakes and surprises can be costly. When looking at inventory levels and how

rfid inventory control  Control: Improved Inventory Visibility Leads to Lean Success While inventory reduction is a worthy goal for manufacturers, with less “cushion” mistakes and surprises can be costly. When looking at inventory levels and how to reduce them, it is important to understand the role that inventory plays in the dynamics of plant operations. This paper focuses on inventory inside the plant—from receipt of parts and materials to shipment of finished products—to help you safely reduce your inventory. Read More
Lean Inventory by the Numbers
Getting lean is not a simple task; it requires an aggressive, iterative approach to examine complex tradeoffs. And given the number of variables that

rfid inventory control  Inventory by the Numbers Getting lean is not a simple task; it requires an aggressive, iterative approach to examine complex tradeoffs. And given the number of variables that characterize a distribution center (DC) and its constituent stock keeping units (SKUs), performing this type of analysis without using the right tools can be daunting—if not impossible. Find out how a tool-based approach can make getting lean easier. Read More
RFID Technology: Changing Business Dramatically, Today and Tomorrow
The move to radio frequency identification (RFID) integration may result in high costs, arising from the need to maintain multiple interfaces between RFID and

rfid inventory control  maintain multiple interfaces between RFID and other enterprise systems. This means implementing a software architecture that encompasses current and future technology, combined with a data architecture that enables you to manage massive amounts of data at a low total cost of ownership. Read More
Transportation Control and Transportation Optimize
Nulogx Transportation Control is an end-to-end third party logistics provider (3PL) solution that supports the activities necessary to manage and execute the

rfid inventory control  transportation planning,transportation planning software,transportation optimization,transportation broker software,transportation dispatch software,optimize traffic Read More
How Software Test Management Tools Can Help You Plan, Control, and Evaluate
Software developers need a powerful tool to control and plan the quality of their software applications. With a solution that offers project analysis, testing

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Gain Operational Control: Solutions for On-line Corporations
There are compelling reasons to transform into an on-line corporation; more are surfacing daily. The common reason is the need to run the entire business under

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SAP to Acquire Inventory Optimization Vendor SmartOps
SAP announced on Friday evening its intention to (finally) acquire SmartOps, a move much anticipated for some time. The most enduring mystery about this is not

rfid inventory control  to Acquire Inventory Optimization Vendor SmartOps SAP  announced on Friday evening its intention to (finally) acquire SmartOps , a move much anticipated for some time. The most enduring mystery about this is not that it happened, or why, but why SAP waited so long to make the move. SmartOps had established a leading position in the inventory optimization space, and had obviously formed a very close relationship with SAP, who realized long ago that SmartOps fulfilled a very real supplementary inventory Read More
NGN Control Plane Overload and its Management
Given the types of overload scenarios encountered within traditional networks, similar traffic principles requiring overload management will be required within

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How to Build an IT Infrastructure for Net Weight Control
A modern weight control system must support data entry from humans, as well as direct acquisition from weigh scales and devices. However, it cannot operate as a

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