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Electronics Manufacturers Aggressive with RFID
Consumer electronics companies are strong believers in the promise of RFID to wring savings out of the supply chain, and Accenture has the client roster to prove it.
Jan 07, 2005—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
January 7, 2005—According to the managing director of Accenture's electronics and high-tech consulting group, Ed Starr, consumer electronics companies are strong believers in the promise of RFID to wring savings out of the supply chain, and Starr has the client roster to prove it. Accenture counts six to eight electronics manufacturers as clients that are moving forward with RFID deployments more aggressively than what is required by retailer mandates. Starr believes that item-level tagging could be justifiable for the high-tech and consumer electronics sectors not only for realizing total supply chain visibility, but also for the much less reported goal of improving product return and warranty management.
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