RFID Journal Virtual Event

Virtual Events Sep 13, 2016

RFID for Warehouse and Inventory Management 2016

September 13, 11:00 am - September 13, 2016, 1:00 pm

Moderators:
  • Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID for Warehouse and Inventory Management 2016
Moderators:
  • Justin Patton, Director, RFID Lab, RFID for Warehouse and Inventory Management 2016
Moderators:
  • Su Doyle, RFID Industry Programs, RFID for Warehouse and Inventory Management 2016
Moderators:
  • Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID for Warehouse and Inventory Management 2016
Moderators:
  • Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID for Warehouse and Inventory Management 2016

Learn how to benefit from deploying radio frequency identification within your warehouse, by managing your inventory and coordinating your supply chain. Hear real-world case studies explaining the tangible business benefits of how RFID can help your organization improve visibility regarding product movements and related transactions, as well as increase efficiencies, lower labor costs, optimize inventory levels, track assets and differentiate your logistic service, in order to gain a competitive advantage.

EVENT AGENDA

13 Sep, 2016 11:00 am
Welcome and Introduction
13 Sep, 2016 11:05 am
RFID ROI for Brands and Manufacturers: Fulfillment Center and Distribution Center Operations and Data Exchange

RFID technology is rapidly moving up the supply chain to distribution centers and fulfillment centers. Some users have found a variety of ways in which to leverage RFID, from operational changes to the earliest emergence of item-level data exchange between supply chain partners, focusing on such high-cost issues as claims and electronic proof of delivery. The presenter will share four key points throughout a DC at which RFID can apply the most leverage, including potential hardware setups, data-capture accuracy and the real business value of increased visibility.

13 Sep, 2016 11:40 am
Modernizing DCs with RFID

Modernizing distribution facilities, equipment and systems requires significant capital investment. Many supply-chain leaders are starting to use RFID and Internet of Things sensors to improve DC operations, while maintaining their existing infrastructure. This session discusses how DCs, at different levels of automation, can leverage sensor technology to improve efficiency, service quality and throughput, highlighting best practices and real-world examples from several different industries.

2016 Warehousing Planning Guide

13 Sep, 2016 12:35 pm
RTLS Technology Helps Company Streamline Warehouse Operations

A technology company wanted to streamline operations at its North American warehouse, and initiated systems and processes to support its overall business transformation. After identifying opportunities at the warehouse to enhance operations, the firm deployed a real-time locating system (RTLS) to inform associates picking items of the proper staging area, thereby allowing for greater flexibility in staging, as well as a reduction in labor costs. Learn how the system has delivered a quick return on investment and cost savings to the company.

13 Sep, 2016 12:05 pm
Building Your RFID Business Case

RFID can provide several advantages over existing automated-identification technologies within supply chain and inventory management. In order to build a realistic business case and justify your investment both qualitatively and quantifiably, you will need to accurately evaluate RFID’s marginal impact and benefits over existing technologies. This session will help you understand how to measure the technology’s impact on your supply chain process performance, by using specific key performance indicators. In addition, the presenters will explain how to document an RFID business case within your four walls, and throughout your supply chain.

13 Sep, 2016 12:45 pm
Closing Remarks

 

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