- It's Not Just Supply Chains We Need to Fix
Eventually, businesses will again start receiving the goods they're having trouble stocking, but human compassion seems to be in short supply.
- Living in Interesting Times
In a world of uncertainty, addressing supply chain problems becomes vital for everyone.
- Get the Basics Right
CEOs want to invest in transformation technologies, but they need to get the basics fixed first.
- RFID at NRF's Big Show 2020
Several solution providers were on hand with new products and demos showcasing radio frequency identification.
- The View from NRF's Big Show 2020
Artificial intelligence was a big theme at this year's event, but there were so many other innovations that retailers likely left feeling utterly overwhelmed and confused.
- Is This the Year of Artificial Intelligence?
It should be, based on year-ahead predictions from analysts and consultants, but companies first need to get accurate data.
- Opportunities for Label Converters
The growth of RFID adoption in retail, apparel, baggage tracking, food and other industries is creating new business for label converters, and a new resource can help them grow their business.
- Avery Dennison Doubles Down on RFID
The provider of RFID inlays, labels and serialization services has purchased Smartrac, another major provider of tags and labels, demonstrating it has great confidence in the future growth of the RFID market.
- The Benefits of RFID in Apparel
There are many advantages for third-party manufacturers, brand owners and retailers. Here are the big ones.
- Fix Your Supply Chain Now
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.
- Online Retailers Have Supply Chain Issues, Too
RFID technology can provide inventory visibility and help ensure that the right products are shipped to customers every time.
- Learning from Marks & Spencer
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.
- Investors: Ask Retailers About Their RFID Strategy
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.
- Where Manufacturers, Sellers and Consumers Meet
With or without RFID, smart packaging in the so-called Internet of Packaging era is bringing industries closer to their end buyers.
- Managing Sell-By Dates Is Easier With RFID
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.