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Common Traits of Successful RFID Projects in Supply Chain and Manufacturing
Nov. 9, 2017 - 2 PM EST
There’s never been more pressure to manufacture with less cost. To remain competitive, successful companies are looking for practical ways to obtain better information faster. Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a proven technology that lends itself to a wide array of data collection applications in the warehouse and on the factory floor, but adoption hasn’t taken off - until now. With global standards, lower system costs and enhanced solution reliability, adoption is on the rise. In fact, nearly half of all manufacturers are expected to implement passive RFID solutions within the next five years. In this webinar, the speakers provide a brief overview of that state of RFID in supply chain and manufacturing today. Then, they’ll explore several use cases highlighting the successful application of RFID in real-world environments, including a global manufacturer of agricultural, industrial, and consumer products that is more accurately monitoring cycle times to drive continuous improvement; a major appliance manufacturer that streamlined visibility and verification of inventory delivery from the manufacturing floor to finished goods warehousing; and a leading electronics component provider that’s leveraging RFID to track mission critical assets on a global scale. Finally, The presenters will explore the three traits common to all successful RFID implementations and how you can use them to ensure RFID project success within your organization.
How an End-to-End RFID Solutions Approach Has Reduced Risk and Accelerated the ROI for Retailers Around the Globe
Retailers are accelerating their adoption of radio frequency identification to improve inventory accuracy and dramatically boost customer service. With the adoption of RFID comes a series of changes that retailers must manage. These changes involve many stakeholders, as well as technology partners. This webinar will share some of the lessons learned across the spectrum, from source tagging to in-store operations and ROI, that have led to some of the most notable global successes in the RFID retail market to date.
Successful Marketing Strategies for RFID Solution Providers
Forward Vision Marketing asked RFID and technology companies at RFID Journal LIVE! 2018 and the Aerospace MRO Show what they thought worked best for their business-to-business marketing efforts, as well as how they measure their results. Among the questions asked were: • What's the biggest challenge facing technology marketers? • What's more effective as a marketing tactic: trade shows, white papers or webinars? • Is marketing effectiveness measured by leads or conversions to sales? Join this webinar to learn the results to the survey, and find out which marketing strategies work best for solution providers of RFID and other technologies.
Simplifying Field and Consignment Inventory Management With RFID
Learn how RFID4U's TagMatiks – FI (Field Inventory) platform and Zebra Technologies' RFD8500 and RFD2000 readers can be used by companies in manufacturing, health care, fashion, energy and other verticals to perform cycle counts, inventory management, field audits and transfers, as well as build out predictable analytics. Find out how to increase the visibility of your inventory and operations while cutting down on manual processes. In this session, the speaker will cover the benefits of leveraging RFID and related technologies for field and consignment inventory management, while discussing how to automate workflows, such as cycle counting and reconciling captured data. With this newfound data and automated workflows, businesses can better control their expiry management, write-offs, and stock and par levels, as well have more concrete visibility into their supply chain and assets.
How Patti Engineering Improved DC Inventory Tracking with Passive UHF RFID
Learn how Patti Engineering harnessed Siemens' UHF RFID systems, coupled with the power of Siemens programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and industrial-strength networks, to significantly improve inventory tracking for a distribution center of a Fortune 100 company. Managers can now pinpoint inventory down to the SKU, tray and pallet at any moment, which enables customized product mixes to be built for each customer. This webinar will describe how the system was designed to overcome stray reads and other issues commonly faced in a DC deployment of RFID technology.
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