- The Buck Starts With CEOs
If RFID doesn't become a greater priority at the highest level, companies will never get the benefits that are possible.
- Demonstrating the Value of EPCIS
Confused about this new standard? See a live demonstration at EPC Connection 2007 that will clearly show how the EPC Information Service can improve the way companies do business.
- What's Really Happening With RFID Adoption?
Wal-Mart, the U.S. Department of Defense, Boeing and Hewlett-Packard discuss their rollout plans and the state of adoption in their respective industries at EPC Connection 2007.
- RFID Skeptics Embrace RFID
After hearing numerous case studies presented by early adopters at the RFID Journal—AAFA Apparel & Footwear Summit, some attendees said they would recommend their companies start pilots.
- Microsoft Moves Into RFID in a Big Way
The software giant's stepped-up RFID activities signal the start of the next stage of RFID's development—a massive increase in software applications that leverage RFID data.
- In Search of Excellence
The seminal management book In Search of Excellence explains why companies such as Wal-Mart, Metro and Kimberly-Clark are pushing ahead with RFID plans.
- RFID Heats Up in Latin America
Countries south of the Rio Grande see the benefits of RFID and are moving ahead faster than you might think.
- Analyzing One Billion Tag Reads
The news that T3Ci has analyzed more than a billion tag reads indicates that volumes of tagged goods in the retail/CPG supply chain are starting to rise.
- The EPCIS Standard in Perspective
While the ratification of the standard represents a milestone for EPCglobal and EPC adoption, don't expect it to lead to mass adoption of EPC technologies overnight.
- Everything You Need to Put RFID to Work
RFID Journal's fifth annual RFID Journal LIVE! will provide new insights into how companies can leverage RFID today.
- RFID-Enabling the World's Packaging Infrastructure
A visit to PackExpo shows that we still have a long way to go before RFID will be embedded in product packaging.
- The ROI of RFID in the Supply Chain
Although RFID implementations are not without costs and risks, a number of companies in manufacturing, warehousing and distribution and retailing have achieved a 200 percent return on investment.