Dealing with today's rapid evolution of consumer demands requires a technological solution. Consider how RFID in supply chain management can help.
Item-level RFID tagging can help companies thwart theft in retail operations. Here's how you can implement RFID for your entire supply and distribution process.
Discover how RFID-based livestock-management technology can identify and track cattle, record essential information and manage the spread of animal diseases.
For organizations that need stock accuracy, a local RFID system that integrates with national inventory can help increase efficiencies drastically.
Pairing RFID and new technologies like IoT helps reshape the manufacturing landscape.
Tracking consumer habits in relation to each product enables a company to leverage RFID in marketing strategies and optimize customer experiences for greater profits.
Here are seven areas in which RFID is helping to improve business processes around the world.
Some retailers depend on human resources to achieve social distancing and prevent overcrowding, but RFID can automate many of these tasks.
Eliminating mis-picking, securing stock for greater inventory accuracy, and having real-time insights into upstream processes are all possible with RFID systems.
BSN consultant Philip Calderbank predicts new partnerships between solution providers and RFID companies will address over-stocking trends, and that loss prevention will be a second area of growth.