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  • Retailers Recognize the Problem—Not the Solution

    A study conducted by Retail Systems Research indicates that retailers have in-store issues that RFID can solve, but they don't seem aware of what the technology can do.

  • RFID and Data-Driven Retailing

    Businesses run on data, and RFID allows retailers to collect a wealth of information cost-effectively, enabling them to better manage their operations.

  • RFID and the Big Picture

    A growing number of companies are considering radio frequency identification as a tool to enable fundamental changes to their organization.

  • Getting Past Dr. No

    There is always someone within an organization who tries to kill an RFID project before it starts. Here's how to deal with that person.

  • Linking RFID Product Buyers With Sellers

    Our new pay-per-click advertising program will enable RFID solutions providers of any size to let end users know about the products they offer.

  • More Industries Approach the RFID Inflection Point

    At this year's RFID Journal LIVE! conference and exhibition, it was clear that a lot is happening—not only in apparel retail, but also in aerospace and electronics.

  • New RFID Solutions for Specific Business Needs

    Got a problem? Judging by what will be on display at LIVE! 2012, RFID solutions providers have been hard at work developing new products to address real business concerns.

  • What Have We Learned About RFID?

    While the past 10 years have seen ups and downs when it comes to the use of radio frequency identification, we now know a great deal about how and where the technology delivers value.

  • Still Crazy After All These Years

    Why I believe more passionately in radio frequency identification now than I did when I first launched RFID Journal, 10 years ago this week.

  • Enterprise Deployments Gain Momentum

    2012 is unlikely to be a year of great economic growth, but more companies are expected to deploy RFID as architecture that delivers benefits across an enterprise.

  • Think Strategically, But Act Tactically

    Manufacturing and construction are picking up in the United States, but it's still likely to be a year of modest growth, so companies will need to focus on boosting efficiencies.

  • The Year That Was

    2011 saw some economic ups and downs, but many companies turned to RFID to track the locations of their products and assets—and to monitor their conditions.

  • End Users—Not Vendors—Can Best Sell RFID

    Companies that have deployed the technology are convincing other firms of its many benefits.

  • For Retailers, the Times, They Are a-Changin'

    Apple and Macy's are adapting to changing conditions created by online retailers and more demanding customers, but RFID will be needed for retailers to truly compete.

  • What the RFID Industry Can Learn From Steve Jobs

    Apple's success has been in making products that are easy to use.

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