Inventory over-buying may shield you from market uncertainties, but it ties up cash. RFID gives you better knowledge of your inventory needs.
"It's a very flexible system. There's enough space in the system to allow me the freedom to do what I want. It's not confining if you want to do things a different way."
-Large Corporation, VP Real Estate and Facilities
Inflation is eating into profits, but there’s help from RFID technology. Get fast, accurate, actionable data, and say goodbye to inflation.
Shortages are costly, no matter how your business responds to them. Enlist RFID to combat shortages and sustain profits.
RFID has a place in almost every business operation, in every industry sector. We can prove it’s right for yours.
RFID wearables help reopening businesses maintain social distance and preserve productivity even when employees must be isolated.
In the race for efficient asset management, RFID is hard to beat. Speed up your workflows, improve your inventory accountability, and track your assets.
Oprah’s not the only generous one; the IRS is giving small businesses $1,000,000 each thanks to the Sec. 179 deduction.
You may already know how RFID* works, and how it benefits businesses through accurate, time-saving asset tracking. One surprising application is within the well-know bourbon distillery Wild Turkey, which adopted RFID to track its warehoused barrels of fine spirits. As...
Everyone knows what a bar code is – we can’t forget the commercial showing bank customers with bar codes on their foreheads – but the workflow and inventory management benefits of RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology aren’t as well known. Like bar codes,...
As any museum director will tell you, deaccessioning is not quite as simple as cleaning out one’s closets and holding a yard sale. Museums as a whole have a mission to acquire, conserve, and exhibit collections for the benefit of their communities. Reducing the number...