- The Problem With People (and How RFID Can Help Fix It)
Workers don't always do what they are supposed to, but RFID can automatically check that tasks have been performed.
- Can RFID Deliver a Competitive Advantage?
Maybe it can—but what's more important is that the technology can be used to reinforce an existing competitive advantage.
- Don't Make the Same Mistakes Twice
Companies could avoid past technology infrastructure blunders that cost them millions of dollars, if they would just take a holistic approach to RFID adoption.
- Get Personal Help for Your Application
There are many types of RFID, and a variety of available solutions, but we can help you navigate the landscape so you can arrive at a successful conclusion.
- The Untapped Value of RFID Data
Genesis Health Systems shows how the information derived from tracking assets can be used to anticipate the need for tools and equipment, so companies can respond proactively.
- RFID Journal LIVE! Delivers Value, Guaranteed
I am so sure end users will benefit from attending LIVE! 2010, our eighth annual conference and exhibition, that I'm willing to guarantee it.
- Battling the Status Quo
The biggest obstacle end users face when confronted with an opportunity to use RFID to improve the way they do business is resistance to change within their own organizations.
- Curing Health Care's Cost Disease
Some say spending on health care can not be reigned in, but the reality is that RFID and related technologies can reduce costs by billions of dollars annually.
- The Decade Ahead
Here are my predictions for how RFID will be adopted over the next 10 years.
- The Top 10 Stories of 2009
It was a tough year for every industry, so it's no surprise there was both good and bad news for the RFID sector.
- Explaining the Value of the Visibility RFID Creates
If vendors don't talk about the many benefits RFID can deliver, end users will always be short-changed.
- Understanding RFID's Role in an Enterprise
Achieving total business visibility will require a suite of technologies, but RFID will do the lion's share of the work.
- What You Don't Know Can Hurt You
One reason more companies aren't adopting RFID as quickly as possible is that they have no idea just how inefficient they really are.
- The Recession Is Over—Now What?
The global economy appears to have turned the corner, but no one expects sales to pick up quickly, so companies need to focus on cutting costs and enhancing efficiencies.
- Using RFID to Direct Employees
The technology alerts unskilled workers when routine tasks need to be performed, and also enables managers to confirm they've been completed properly.