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3 Important Thoughts from an RFID Expert
Some great points are made here by Steve Halliday, the former vice president of technology for industry association AIM Global.
Nov 17, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
November 17, 2004—Some great points are made here by Steve Halliday, the former vice president of technology for the Pennsylvania-based Association for Automatic Identification and Mobility, AIM Global. His first is that RFID as broadly implemented in the supply chain today does not fully take advantage of the technology, namely its rewrite and storage capabilities. He also drives home the oft-made point that ROI is attainable only by reworking business processes around RFID; slapping and shipping simply won't yield compelling ROI. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, Halliday notes that Wal-Mart and associated applications monopolize the ink spilled over RFID. There are plenty of substantial but neglected projects in which RFID has already proven its transformative promise.
Read the article at mmh.com
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