There are many advantages for third-party manufacturers, brand owners and retailers. Here are the big ones.
Many companies have an outdated view of radio frequency identification technology, but you can't educate people who don't want to learn.
Companies often rush into a quick solution without educating themselves about RFID, and that is a mistake.
Retailers and manufacturers complain about a lack of visibility and an inability to forecast effectively, but few seem to understand that RFID technology can dramatically improve supply chain execution.
RFID technology can provide inventory visibility and help ensure that the right products are shipped to customers every time.
The retailer, which has been using RFID in its operations for 15 years, will share some of its learnings at this year's RFID Journal LIVE! Europe event.
The technology offers the opportunity to greatly improve your operations, as long as you have the vision.
Inditex's outstanding first half was due, in part, to its use of radio frequency identification, which is why analysts should be asking more publicly traded retail companies about their use of the technology.
With or without RFID, smart packaging in the so-called Internet of Packaging era is bringing industries closer to their end buyers.
Europe is trying to reduce food waste in an effort to cut greenhouse gas emissions, but it's a real challenge without radio frequency identification.