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Smartrac Brings Experience Center to California
The new center and office are focused on enabling customers and partners to experiment with RFID solutions specific to their use cases, as technology use expands in retail, brand authentication and other sectors.
Nov 29, 2018—
Global RFID company Smartrac Technology Group is opening a new office and Customer Experience Center in Southern California, focused on strengthening its U.S. presence and global reach, as well as Internet of Things (IoT) solutions development. The new location is intended to broaden conversations between end users, solution providers and Smartrac. The company says the new office and center will be utilized by potential users of the technology to experiment with solutions specific to their own use cases and requirements.
The new center, scheduled to open at the beginning of next year, is part of Smartrac Group's effort to extend its reach as it sells RFID and Near Field Communication (NFC) hardware, as well as full RFID-based solutions, to markets that include retail, luxury goods, logistics, pharmaceuticals, health care and manufacturing.
"We are looking for tech-savvy people with skills in enterprise sales, product management and product marketing, as well as experts in solutions design and development," Mobayen states. "That also comprises knowledge in RFID hardware, computer hardware and software, IoT platforms and the Internet of Things, in general."
Smartrac, based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, already has a presence in the United States. Its facility in Fletcher, N.C., provides the only RFID tag manufacturing still taking place in the United States, according to Mobayen. The company also maintains a research and development software and solutions centers in Columbus, Ohio, as well as in Rochester and New York City, N.Y.
With the new Experience Center in Irvine, Calif., the firm plans to bring services to its partners, as well as to Fortune 500 company end users. The center has a focus on tailored solutions, Mobayen says, that will allow organizations to bring unique use cases to the center in order to ascertain how they could build a solution. The facility is intended to serve existing end users in addition to potential new customers.
Smartrac has seen double-digit growth in its RFID product sales, Mobayen says, especially in UHF RFID products and solutions for the retail market. However, RFID technology demand is experiencing other upticks as well, as more NFC-based solutions are being developed in conjunction with Apple's release of iOS devices with open NFC functionality.
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