- Using RFID to Predict the Future
The massive amounts of data that can be collected cost-effectively via radio frequency identification are enabling companies to anticipate and prepare for the future.
- RFID, People and Process
When the technology doesn't work, it is often now a result of improper training or a failure to follow processes rigorously.
- Creating Confidence in RFID Data
Companies are employing a variety of strategies to convince both staff members and senior management that information provided by radio frequency identification systems is accurate.
- What Is RFID's Value in the Warehouse?
We don't really know, since it has never been accurately quantified—and that should change.
- People Are the Differentiator
Retailers struggling with competition from websites should use RFID to free up employees to better serve customers.
- Reversing the Decline in Productivity
If companies begin investing again in new technologies, workers will become more efficient.
- Retailers Embrace RFID
Chains that sell apparel now realize radio frequency identification technology is an essential tool for maintaining accurate inventory, improving store execution and selling across all channels.
- RFID Is Not Just for Big Companies
Small companies, such as watch repairer Stoll & Co., can take advantage of radio frequency identification technology because it's easier to deploy than ever before.
- One Small Retailer Abandons RFID
It appears that poor-quality tags and poor process management were at fault.
- RFID for All
We need simple applications that make it easier for companies to get started using radio frequency identification technology.
- End Users Must Balance Interests
Companies that want the short-term benefits of using RFID before their competitors should also consider the longer-term goal of promoting adoption within their industry.
- Observations from NRF's Big Show, Part 2
RFID solution providers showed off some "secondary" retail applications.
- Why End Users Should Discuss Their RFID Deployments
If the RFID market flourishes, companies will achieve greater benefits.
- New Survey Suggests Retailers Really Need RFID
Retail companies in France, Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States are failing to meet shoppers' omnichannel expectations.
- Where We Are Going
RFID is currently being used to help companies track containers, inventory, parts, tools and other valuable items, but it will become as essential to running a business as computers are today.