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RFID evaluation: Can RFID technology work for you?

An increasing number of manufacturers and suppliers are choosing to incorporate RFID technology into their supply chain management (SCM) system -- either voluntarily or because they must comply with regulations from the U.S. Department of Defense, the Food and Drug Administration, or large retailers such as Wal-Mart.

"A lot of companies are looking at how to use RFID to improve their processes, which is a very, very complex thing to do," said Jeff Woods, an analyst with Stamford, Conn.-based Gartner Inc. "The processes themselves have already been optimized considerably, and so to go even further requires quite a bit of ingenuity."

Our editors debate the merits of RFID technology here:
Face-off: Debating RFID

RFID evaluation involves determining if the technology is a good investment or a risk. Read an expert opinion: Is RFID ready for prime time?

Find out what RFID software end-users had to say at the 2006 annual RFID Journal's conference and exhibition:
Putting RFID to work


HOW TO BUILD A BUSINESS CASE FOR RFID

 Home: Introduction
 Getting started: What is RFID?
 Getting started: RFID evaluation: Can RFID technology work for you?
 Getting started: Determining the benefits of RFID for your business
 Getting started: Selecting the right RFID software vendor for your business needs
 Building the case: SAP and RFID: Incorporating RFID in ERP software
 Building the case: What other companies are implementing RFID technology?
 Building the case: What factors are holding up RFID adoption?
 Building the case: How do I calculate ROI for RFID?


This was first published in May 2006

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