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Are You Tuned into Radio Frequency Identification?
This article examines the organizational fit of radio frequency identification (RFID) and its technology’s basic mechanics. Its prohibitive costs often account

radio frequency signals  You Tuned into Radio Frequency Identification? Originally published - June 15, 2007 Radio frequency identification (RFID) has been around for over 60 years, so why does it have such negative connotations? Many misconceptions and horror stories of organizations'' failed implementations have been plastered all over the press, which has contributed to the negative perceptions of this re-emerging technology. Yet these failures are often due to a lack of the correct technology, deficient IT knowledge, Read More...
So What’s the Big Deal with Chemicals?
Due to the inherent challenges of the industry, most chemical companies are still unable to profitably respond to highly variable demand, or to execute

radio frequency signals  customer''s tank sensors or radio frequency identification (RFID) scanners in the paint aisle of the retail home improvement stores are the first harbingers of increased or decreased demand, then the manufacturer''s IT systems may be able to share this with trading partners. For more information on this trend, see As Hype Becomes Reality, a Radio Frequency Identification Ecosystem Emerges . New streams of automated and actionable data—arriving from the plant floor, storage facilities, and so on, all with Read More...
The Middle Kingdom - From Wired to Wireless
Confused about RFID middleware? RFID middleware has a critical role to play in cleaving together and clarifying the signals and intelligence, bidirectionally

radio frequency signals  the other. Middleware for radio frequency identification (RFID) bridges the worlds of waves (radio), light beams, and sensory (light temperature and vibration), to the hardwired world of servers, routers, Internet, and software systems. The Middle Kingdom is the world between the physical world and the digital world. And to add to the definition—middleware may span from the device to the edge (the border, and slightly over) of your kingdom. Mobile devices need bidirectional communications beyond the Read More...
Demand-driven Planning in Manufacturing
Cover-time planning (CTP) is a

radio frequency signals  warehouse maintenance; packaging, shipping; radio frequency (RF); storage and product definition; and warehouse administration and monitoring. Some users have optimized their WMS processes to pick orders faster and with increased accuracy (based on product movement frequency); and to optimize resource activity, through precise and accurate instruction handling. The best way to describe their WMS is to work backwards. Just like in the movie Memento , where the main protagonist suffers a serious short-term Read More...
Radio Frequency Identification Implementation: The First Steps
Phase one of the four phase approach to a successful radio frequency identification implementation consists of several essential steps, including the careful

radio frequency signals  our ongoing series on radio frequency identification (RFID) implementation (please see Are You Tuned into Radio Frequency Identification? and A How-to Guide for a Radio Frequency Identification Site Survey ), the introductory phase of implementing an RFID system will be explained, including the selection of proper RFID business partners and the setting up of the development environment and label placement. Phase One: Getting Started A best practices approach suggests that an effective RFID project Read More...
Manual versus Information Technology Enabled Lean Manufacturing
All good lean systems have both physical systems in the plant and near real time information technology backbones that centralize data. The primary advantage of

radio frequency signals  lean,manufacturing,manual,information technology,IT,enterprise resource planning,ERP,kanban,electronic kanbans,planning Read More...
Beyond the Tag: Finding RFID Value in Manufacturing and Distribution Applications
Radio frequency identification (RFID) has been around for more than thirty years, and today’s manufacturers are using this technology to help connect trading

radio frequency signals  Manufacturing and Distribution Applications Radio frequency identification (RFID) has been around for more than thirty years, and today’s manufacturers are using this technology to help connect trading partners and align supply chains. But just as businesses need to look beyond the manufacturing supply chain to see the benefits of investing in RFID, they need to look beyond the tag to understand how RFID will create value and provide a return on investment (ROI). Read More...
How to Survive a Software Selection Project When Your Boss Is a Sociopath
Is your boss the main reason you call in sick on Monday mornings? Do you need to “manage” your boss in order to get any work done? Do you find yourself in the

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FDM4 ERP
FDM4 is an end-to-end enterprise solution to support businesses of all sizes. The enterprise resource planning (ERP) software allows for forecast

radio frequency signals  advanced shipment notices (ASNs), radio frequency warehouse management, multicompany and multicurrency financials, and a graphical executive dashboard. FDM4 can be configured for hard goods product lines or with flexible matrices for style, color, size, and unlimited features. FDM4 solutions is available in a licensed model with on-premise hardware or as software as a service (SaaS) in a hosted environment. Read More...
Active Execution Management--Delivering on the RFID Promise
Active Execution Management captures radio frequency identification (RFID) and electronic product code (EPC) data and integrates it into the supply chain

radio frequency signals  Active Execution Management captures radio frequency identification (RFID) and electronic product code (EPC) data and integrates it into the supply chain business process. AXM associates individual EPC events (the observation of an EPC tag at an RFID reader) with the supply chain transaction that is currently being executed and then determines if that supply chain transaction is executing as planned. AXM is able to make this determination by comparing key performance indicators of the supply chain Read More...
PROS’ Acquisition Streak Signals Pricing Market Consolidation
After the recent acquisition of Cameleon Software, PROS Inc., a sales big data software company, recently announced its acquisition of SignalDemand, Inc., a

radio frequency signals  SignalDemand, PROS, sales optimization, pricing management, pricing optimization, SignalDemand PROS merger, SignalDemand acquisition Read More...
Accellos One WMS
AccellosOne Warehouse Management System acts as the hub of your supply chain solution, integrating accounting/order and shipping software systems, electronic

radio frequency signals  systems, Crystal Reports software, radio frequency and barcode hardware, and warehouse automation equipment. Read More...
The Three Rs of RFID: Rewards, Risk, and ROI
Prominent organizations and retailers, such as Walmart and the US Department of Defense are taking advantage of radio frequency identification, which promises

radio frequency signals  Introduction The promise of radio frequency identification (RFID) is every supply chain manager''s dream—real time tracking of every single product, from manufacture to checkout. Compared to universal product code (UPC) bar coding, which RFID promises to replace, RFID proactively transmits information, eliminating the manual point-and-read operations needed with bar coding. This enhanced visibility could significantly decrease warehouse, distribution, and inventory costs; increase margins; and enhance Read More...
RFID Weaving Magic in Apparel Supply Chain
As innovation rates accelerate and product life cycles shorten, companies are increasingly looking for tools to make their supply chain more efficient

radio frequency signals  efficient. Technology, such as radio frequency identification (RFID) has enormously helped supply chain planner. Read More...
Oil and RFID Do Mix
The oil and gas resource sector is under pressure to improve operations and finances while continuing to meet the growing demand for energy. Radio frequency

radio frequency signals  growing demand for energy. Radio frequency identification (RFID) benefits retail, but it’s little known as a tool for improved efficiency and customer satisfaction in the oil and gas industry. Discover how RFID can offer multiple benefits in production and distribution to companies in the oil and gas sector. Read More...

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