Newsletter | December 17, 2013

12.17.13 -- Ensuring RFID's Bottom Line Payoff

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Ensuring RFID's Bottom Line Payoff
By SATO America, Inc.
Whether a business leapt at the opportunity to become one of the first suppliers with RFID tagged products or now finds itself currently being mandated to employ the technology, the implementation costs and the potential rewards are the same. To maximize the benefits of RFID, it is critical to view its capability to drive business process improvement, increase supply chain efficiency, and ultimately improve bottom line results.
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Omni-ID Fit 200 is an extremely small form factor RFID tag optimized for metal substrates. Designed for tracking very small metal assets, Fit 200 can survive cleaning processes including autoclaves, and is compatible with typical finishing processes, such as dipping, coating, heat shrinking, and molding for embedding into tools and other high value equipment.
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