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RFID Through the Eyes of a Car Dealer
An Australian car dealer tells of his experience pricing an RFID implementation for his lots and why he ultimately decided against it.
Aug 24, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
August 24, 2004—Like every other investment, RFID implementations are only justified if their benefits outweigh their costs. While many are fond of focusing on RFID's enormous benefits, which are indeed undeniable, they often neglect to consider how expensive the technology remains. That's what a car dealership in Australia found when they priced a vehicle inventory tracking system for their three lots. Yes, the system would yield "staggering" efficiencies, but the $180,000 price tag was simply too high.
Read the article at Australian IT
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