Radio-frequency identification destined to be a disruptive technology
10/28/2009

Bharatbook.com added a new report on "The Definitive Guide to RFID: Evaluation of Companies, Business Case Assessment, Case Studies, and Application Analysis" which gives RFID systems and applications.

Online PR News – 28-October-2009 – – RFID is destined to be a disruptive technology that will have a slow start-up ramp, followed by rapid clock speed acceptance and a relentless series of documented improvement stories. It will be a technology that will find its way into a rash of applications, industries, and individual businesses, undoubtedly impacting our professional and personal lives. ( http://www.bharatbook.com/Market-Research-Reports/The-Definitive-Guide-to-RFID-Evaluation-of-Companies-Business-Case-Assessment-Case-Studies-and-Application-Analysis.html )

The real benefit will come when RFID is integrated as part of a drive for supply chain optimization, full network connectivity, and ERP-to-ERP communication that communicates information to business partners such as supply amount, location, and how it can be brought to the point of need, in quantities that match the actual demand. Additional value will be realized when it also helps in the data analysis that leads to generating new revenues. In short, the use of RFID technology is expected to grow significantly in the next five years and it is predicted that someday RFID tags will be as pervasive as bar codes.

This report first provides a brief introduction to RFID. The major focus of the report is on the market, manufacturers, products, and the companies around the world developing and deploying RFID systems and applications. It is must reading for anyone interested in launching or expanding RFID operations.

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