Any business that needs to keep track of something understands the challenges associated with this task. It’s costly, time-consuming, prone to error, and sometimes inefficient. Businesses have used barcode technology for many years, but RFID has many advantages as a tracking solution. Here is what you need to know about the latest RFID trends in 2023 and some of the ways this technology is being used.
Topics: RFID, Retail, Inventory Managment, Supply Chain
Your warehouse is the bridge that connects manufactured goods to the consumer. In many cases, it’s one of the foundations of the supply chain. But an inefficient warehouse can make supply chain issues worse and impact the customer experience.
Topics: Warehouse Managment, Supply Chain, Automation
If your business is like many others, you probably have yet to entirely convert to a paperless document management system. And many of your records probably aren’t just paper; they may include folders, photos, DVDs, CDs, and even books. Misplaced records not only waste time and money, but certain record-keeping practices are necessary to adhere to various regulations. Here’s how RFID technology solves this issue, providing fast and seamless access to the files your business needs that keeps you in compliance with various regulations.
Topics: RFID, Supply Chain, Automation
Often, products include pieces that don’t all come from the same place. Materials have to travel from multiple locations to be assembled. RFID can help you track parts to make sure everything is there. But there are many other RFID applications that can innovate your operations. Here are some uses for RFID solutions you may not have considered.
Topics: RFID, Supply Chain, Automation
Freight and logistics benefit from digital technology just as much as any other area of manufacturing and supplying. Lowering costs and reducing turnaround time offers a host of benefits and makes everyone happy all around. From APIs to automation, see how technology advancements can future-proof the freight forwarding industry.
Topics: Supply Chain, 3PL, Automation
With the upcoming Oscar and Grammy awards, a flood of pictures will be circulating of celebrities dressed in their finest and posing on the red carpet. But how did the famous carpet get there? Where did it start? Read on about the intriguing journey that is the supply chain of the red carpet.
Topics: Supply Chain
As a business, focusing on sustainability has never been more important. There is increasing pressure for companies to be as green as possible while also remaining efficient and cost-effective. These demands are not only coming from consumers, but workers, shareholders, and the government as well. Fortunately, technology like the internet of things (IoT) can help businesses and supply chains be more sustainable.
Topics: RFID, Supply Chain, Sustainability
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a method of using small tags and transponders to enable remote, automatic identification of objects that transmit information to a reader. These tags can easily be attached to products, pallets, equipment, and vehicles, making them an ideal technology for logistics and supply chain management.
Topics: RFID, Asset Tracking, Supply Chain, Printer
Another new year is almost upon us, meaning food and beverage distributors will be taking a look at their results and the trends that will influence the industry in the coming year. For businesses to operate as effectively as possible, it’s important to take a close look at the conditions shaping the industry, including the various challenges. Here are some of the challenges still facing this industry and three technology trends food distributors are likely to embrace in 2023.
Topics: RFID, Supply Chain, Automation, Food industry
It's one of the most magical days of the year for many families and their young children. As the holiday season approaches, Santa Claus needs to figure out how to get gifts to hundreds of millions of households in a matter of hours. That's a hefty responsibility, and the consequence of not meeting his deadlines is countless disappointed children. No one wants that!
Topics: RFID, Inventory Managment, Supply Chain