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Recently I spoke at the National Retail Federation in the center of retail: New York City! The big buzz this year, no surprise, was about RFID.
: RFID ... For Customers? RFID ... For Customers? Ann Grackin - March 18, 2005 Read Comments Introduction Recently I spoke at the National Retail Federation in the center of retail: New York City! The big buzz this year, no surprise, was about RFID. Since much of the current activity has been focused on logistics—a clear winner as a starting point—we are missing the dialogue on the consumer side of the retail equation—merchandising, and most important, the customer experience. I was pleased to be
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HP is making strides in complying with Wal-Mart's RFID mandates. This article describes the key lessons learned.
: RFID Case Study: HP and Wal-Mart RFID Case Study: HP and Wal-Mart Bill McBeath - October 20, 2004 Read Comments Introduction One of the suppliers making strides in complying with Wal-Mart s RFID mandates is HP. We can all learn some lessons from the experience of these kinds of supplier programs. The Pilot In early May, 2004, Hewlett Packard began shipping EPC-tagged printers and scanners to Wal-Mart s Dallas/Fort Worth distribution center as one of eight suppliers in Wal-Mart s initial trials. HP expects
SAP for Chemicals Functionality
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: Intel to facilitate the RFID adoption by offering customers the choice of either integrating their RFID hardware directly into back-end systems and business processes, or using device management partners to manage their hardware environment. This approach focuses primarily on direct data exchange between reader hardware and business applications, to allow enough intelligence from Intel s readers to be fed directly into SAP. When developed, this approach will include RFID-enabled supply chain execution
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For Provia, the ability to increase the awareness of the company's supply chain execution (SCE) solution for a global audience through the company's long-standing partnership with Menlo was the natural next step in the relationship.
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The Middle Kingdom - From Wired to Wireless
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: from middleware developers for RFID is that the traditional security protocol to the web is a different security to and at the device level. RFID middleware has a critical role to play in cleaving together and clarifying the signals and intelligence, bidirectionally from the device layer to the business applications, or out to the communications infrastructure, to the web or satellites (figure 1). Figure 1 Middleware becomes critical, due to the significantly increasing population of devices in the
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The Store of the Future
The big hit of the National Retail Federation show was the Metro Group's Store of the Future. The budget for this extravaganza - it appears to have been underwritten by some of the biggest technology firms in the world.
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