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RFID to Aid in Standards Compliance
According to Capgemini's CTO, the flood of data produced by RFID implementations will be useful in in meeting the rigors of compliance.
Oct 13, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
October 13, 2004—There is a lot of talk about the flood of data that RFID implementations will generate. Indeed, the entire RFID middleware space is devoted to providing software solutions to filter, manage, and ultimately glean competitive advantage from the data. But according to the CTO of consultancy Capgemini, another use for all those stored timestamps and product IDs is in meeting the rigors of compliance. The well-known Sarbanes Oxley U.S. regulation, seen as a standard by many, requires that corporations not only be able to produce transaction records up to seven years old, they must be able to do so within 24 hours. With an RFID implementation actively tracking, verifying, and recording the movement of goods through a supply chain, the hope is that all pertinent transactions will be seamlessly saved in realtime and easily accessible on-demand later.
Read the article at ZDNet UK
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