- When the Going Gets Tough...
…the tough become smarter and leaner, by investing in a corporate infrastructure that can deliver lasting benefits.
- Déjà Vu All Over Again
As they did with Wal-Mart, many suppliers are assuming Sam's Club will back off its EPC tagging requirements.
- Give Your Views to the EU—Now!
The European Commission is proposing requirements that could dramatically curtail the benefits of RFID technology, so end users and vendors need to submit comments before April 25.
- Providing a Road Map for Sam's Suppliers
The companies required to tag pallets and cases for Sam's Club can benefit from all the learnings of the past five years, but it's up to the RFID industry to provide guidance.
- Sam's Club Letter Shakes Things Up
A letter sent from Sam's Club to its suppliers, informing them they'll be charged if they don't put RFID tags on pallets, has changed the mood among suppliers, RFID vendors and the media.
- Eat Your Own Dog Food
RFID technology providers could create greater confidence in RFID's benefits by more aggressively using the technology internally.
- A Practical Approach at EPC Connection
Attendees at EPCglobal's fourth annual conference and exhibition were focused on practical applications for EPC technologies that can deliver benefits today.
- The Buck Starts With CEOs
If RFID doesn't become a greater priority at the highest level, companies will never get the benefits that are possible.
- Demonstrating the Value of EPCIS
Confused about this new standard? See a live demonstration at EPC Connection 2007 that will clearly show how the EPC Information Service can improve the way companies do business.
- What's Really Happening With RFID Adoption?
Wal-Mart, the U.S. Department of Defense, Boeing and Hewlett-Packard discuss their rollout plans and the state of adoption in their respective industries at EPC Connection 2007.
- RFID Skeptics Embrace RFID
After hearing numerous case studies presented by early adopters at the RFID Journal—AAFA Apparel & Footwear Summit, some attendees said they would recommend their companies start pilots.
- Microsoft Moves Into RFID in a Big Way
The software giant's stepped-up RFID activities signal the start of the next stage of RFID's development—a massive increase in software applications that leverage RFID data.
- In Search of Excellence
The seminal management book In Search of Excellence explains why companies such as Wal-Mart, Metro and Kimberly-Clark are pushing ahead with RFID plans.
- RFID Heats Up in Latin America
Countries south of the Rio Grande see the benefits of RFID and are moving ahead faster than you might think.
- Analyzing One Billion Tag Reads
The news that T3Ci has analyzed more than a billion tag reads indicates that volumes of tagged goods in the retail/CPG supply chain are starting to rise.