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Aberdeen on RFID Adoption in Manufacturing
Research firm Aberdeen Group last week released the latest installment in a series of reports on RFID adoption by manufacturers. Entitled , the report is available free. In this guest contribution, report author Russ Klein summarizes the key findings and recommendations for action.
Feb 05, 2007—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
February 5, 2007—During the last six months, Aberdeen's Emerging Technology Practice surveyed more than 150 manufacturers using or planning to adopt RFID technology. They expect the technology to help in three general areas:
Key Business Value Findings
There is a direct correlation between best-in-class performance and compatibility of the RFID solution to installed process management systems; to the type of manufacturing, industry, or materials; and to the manufacturer's primary performance objectives.
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