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The world of asset tracking is constantly evolving, and RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification) technology is leading the charge. While traditional RFID tags have served us well, there's a new breed specifically designed for a specific challenge: metal surfaces.
Most businesses need effective inventory control and management. Companies across industries are seeking ways to gain real-time visibility and increase control over their inventory for better management. RFID technology can effectively help enterprises track and manage assets ranging from production equipment to shipping cases, commodities, and more.
Rising demand for automation and complex labeling applications has made automatic labeling grow in importance across various industries. Increasing customization, labeling requirements, and technological advances have led many businesses to search for solutions that help them cope with these growing demands while improving productivity and efficiency.
The Importance of Selecting the Right RFID Partners and Printers for Your Retail E-Commerce Projects
Whether you are a retailer, supplier, or intermediary such as a logistics partner, the importance of selecting the right RFID partners, printers and equipment cannot be overstated. RFID is complex. In a recent RFID presentation from the world’s leading retailer, their overriding message was, “RFID is difficult but worth it.” This means that selecting the right partners and equipment is often the critical difference between success and failure.
As a supplier, we hope you are ready to begin applying RFID labels to your products for your retail customers. In this blog, we’ll detail the steps you need to follow to properly tag your items with RFID.
Items with RFID labels are now arriving at your brick-and-mortar stores. Hopefully, you view this as great news. What do you need to keep in mind to take advantage of these newly tagged items?
Successful RAIN RFID implementations in the retail industry depend on global standards to ensure that products are trackable across the value chain from the manufacturer through logistics partners and ultimately to the retailer. Regardless of the tags and equipment in use, who encoded the tags, or who is reading the tags, actors and trading partners in the retail value chain rely on standards to ensure interoperability.
In our previous blog, we outlined some of the challenges retailers and suppliers face when implementing e-commerce operations. From inventory management to choosing the most efficient labeling supplies, there’s a lot to consider when integrating e-commerce operations into your enterprise. In this blog, we will take a look at how RFID can help solve some of those challenges.