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RFID: It's no supply chain saviour - not yet anyway
Almost everyone agrees that RFID will change the face of business. The point of disagreement is: when?
Sep 08, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
September 8, 2004—Almost everyone agrees that RFID will change the face of business. The point of disagreement is: when? The cost and reliability of RFID tags and associated hardware present one hurdle. Managing the data produced by such hardware presents another. Even once that is accomplished, companies must learn how to leverage and interpret the data in a way that generates the promised cost savings and return on investment. And none of this even considers the possible push-back from consumers that could resist RFID on privacy invasion grounds.
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