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Survey Says Most RFID Tag Users Opt Out of Long Term Value
A survey of companies that tag their products with RFID says most companies apply the tags to satisfy compliance mandates. Customer perceptions of RFID suggest only large companies gain value from the big consulting fees quoted for implementation.
“The suppliers objected to the RFID tag requirement because they didn’t see the benefit to their own operations,”
“The study revealed that the organization applying the tags has a tremendous advantage which they are not using,” says Carl Brown, President of SimplyRFID. “With the items already tagged and RFID-Ready, the selling organization offers a benefit to any company which buys their products. The buyer can use a simple RFID handheld reader and any inventory software or even an Excel spreadsheet, to keep track of every item in their possession. It is a misperception to think these advantages are only gained by a large-scale software development project.” Brown points out that companies can use this RFID-Ready feature to give them a competitive advantage in the marketplace. Additionally, he says, they can use the tags in-house to cut their time for inventory counting and asset control.
More information on the SimplyRFID handheld RFID reader is available at http://www.SimplyRFID.com/
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