Common Traits of Successful RFID Projects in Supply Chain and Manufacturing

RFID Manufacturing

There’s never been more pressure to manufacture with less cost. To remain competitive, successful companies are looking for practical ways to obtain better information faster. Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a proven technology that lends itself to a wide array of data collection applications in the warehouse and on the factory floor, but adoption hasn’t taken off - until now. With global standards, lower system costs and enhanced solution reliability, adoption is on the rise. In fact, nearly half of all manufacturers are expected to implement passive RFID solutions within the next five years. This presentation provides a brief overview of that state of RFID in supply chain and manufacturing today. It also explores several use cases highlighting the successful application of RFID in real-world environments, including:

A global manufacturer of agricultural, industrial, and consumer products that is more accurately monitoring cycle times to drive continuous improvement;

A major appliance manufacturer that streamlined visibility and verification of inventory delivery from the manufacturing floor to finished goods warehousing; and

A leading electronics component provider that’s leveraging RFID to track mission critical assets on a global scale.

Learn about three traits common to all successful RFID implementations and how you can use them to ensure RFID project success within your organization.