CRM I would eliminate. It's a good area, but doesn't tie directly into RFID functionality. APO is a bit closer,...
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but the APO market is pretty slow right now and so APO doesn't make a good core skill. That leaves SD. I would say that SD/MM is a good combination with RFID. However, you may fare even better if you pursue RF, and perhaps Warehouse Management. WM is more of a niche area, but combined with RF and a bit of MM, that could be a great place to be to position yourself for RFID. The RF consultants I know are definitely in demand, and who knows, you might be able to find your way to an RF-to-RFID conversion project along the way.
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