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RFID


From the produce section to the frozen treat aisle, IoT s all around you, even if you can’t seem to see it. IoT works in accordance with tiny little sensors that work to collect and detect insights to later benefit shoppers’ behaviors going forward. These sensors are always busy at work. It’s found that IoT …

When it comes to improving patient care and reducing costs, healthcare organizations increasingly rely on data analysis to identify disease trends, spot operational bottlenecks, and improve work processes. Analytics relies on large volumes of reliable, accurate data. In the healthcare space, some of this data comes from clinical systems, but there are still large gaps …

If you’re familiar with warehouse operations, you’ll know that inventory management is widely the most important task at hand. Keeping a managed inventory space is keeping not only your workspace clean, but you’re ensuring that everything is in place if/when orders are processed. Sometimes, this is the that’s so mundane and tedious, that nobody wants …

Supply Chain

Small and midsize retail supply chain trends state that there’s always a push to get orders out and off the shipping dock in an efficient manner. The goal is to ensure shipments go out without a major costly expense. SMBs must become nimble, especially when it comes to the warehouse, distributions centers and other in-house …

Cannabis

Many states are legalizing cannabis for both recreational and medicinal purposes. That being said, it’s clear to understand that the industry will be here for the foreseeable future. This is the perfect vertical industry for cutting edge technology solutions, or CannaTech. There is a definite need for streamlined operations to keep focused on the product …

RFID & IoT

The great e-commerce expansion has blown up in the past several years, but it’s safe to say that Brick + Mortar stores aren’t faltering. These physical retail stores are teaming up with technologies resources, and gaining momentum. Technologies such as RFID and IoT have pushed physical stores to get smart and re-strategize engagement efforts. In …

Radio frequency identification (RFID) isn’t new, but it’s still a new application for many different verticals across the channel. While some businesses have been eager and interested to adopt the technology, it has overall been a difficult sell for many other end-users. Encouraging customers to buy into a new technology is always a challenge, but …

Forty years ago, barcode scanning revolutionized retail and logistics. Today, a new technology is transforming the way business handles inventory, merchandise—and people. It’s RFID, and it represents enormous potential benefits for you and your customers. Many resellers haven’t yet tapped into RFID, either because they don’t know much about it, or because they’re not sure …

In today’s world of AR and VR capabilities, interactivity is becoming very impactful in reaching audiences. Utilizing RFID (radio frequency identification) technology in print marketing can enhance the impact of a marketing message and offer the consumer a bridge from a print ad to a digital interaction. How can this be accomplished? Embed RFID chips …

  To you, it’s obvious why RFID is a no-brainer for businesses that want to gain a competitive edge in their industries. But making the case for one of the hottest technologies in recent years sometimes can still mean you’re fighting an uphill battle if buyers aren’t ready to take the plunge. When you’re talking …