Feature Articles

  1. Agricultural Bank Of China Tracks Money Bags With RFID
    The Agricultural Bank of China is a publicly traded commercial bank in the People’s Republic of China. With headquarters in Beijing and branches throughout Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Singapore, the Agricultural Bank provides comprehensive financial services for 3.5 million personal customers, 9.7 million VIP customers, and more than 260 million enterprise customers around the world.
  2. Fashion Company Doubles Logistics Efficiency With RFID
    Patrizia Pepe, a fashion brand of Tessilform Spa that was established in 1998, has a presence throughout Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.
  3. Tavern Restaurant Group Uses RFID To Implement Self-Serve Beer System
    In investigating the latest tap table options, the Tavern Restaurant Group was introduced to DraftServ Technologies by Atlanta restaurateur, Jose Hevia. In addition to installing a beer management system for Jose, DraftServ had created a very popular beer wall at his Cheeky restaurant that allows customers to pour their own beer in a responsible and controlled manner.
  4. Imaging Moves Into The Mainstream

    Misperceptions about 2-D imagers are changing fast, which is why 2-D imagers are the fastest-growing category of bar code readers. Only a few years ago, 2-D imagers were (wrongly) considered a niche technology mostly used for reading 2-D bar codes. Now they are becoming the technology of choice for most bar code applications, and lasers are on the way to becoming a niche technology. By Intermec

  5. White Paper: Understanding The Characteristics Of The RFID Spectrum
    Whether you are managing inventory in a retail store or warehouse, work-in-process operations at a manufacturing plant, tracking medical equipment in a hospital or processing NFC cards for payment transactions, RFID can help you do it better, faster, and more accurately.
  6. Enterprise Mobility - From 'Outside-In' To 'Inside-Out'

    The enterprise is going mobile. You're experiencing it yourself, and you're not alone: according to a forecast published by research firm IDC in February 2010, the number of mobile workers accessing enterprise systems worldwide will top the 1 billion mark this year on the way to 1.2 billion by 2013, or more than a third of the world's workforce.

  7. Case Study: Izzy’s Ice Cream Uses RFID To Increase Customer Comfort And Sales
    Because of the popularity of Izzy’s products, they had a chronic problem of unmet customer expectations. The company wanted a way to provide customers with more current updates both for the in-store displays and the courtesy ice cream flavor availability notifications.
  8. 5 Tips To Minimize The Impact Of Rising Fuel Costs In Field Service

    Since early 2009 the cost of fuel has doubled, with no reprieve in sight. For a typical service organization, this could result in additional annual costs of $2,500 per vehicle; bringing today’s cost to $5,000 per vehicle per year.

  9. How Ruggedness Reduces TCO For Mobile Computers — VDC Research Presented By Intermec

    General-purpose PDAs and ruggedized enterprise mobile computers are made for separate markets, designed for different tasks, and vary by their size, weight, and materials. But the biggest difference between these device types is their total cost of ownership (TCO). By Intermec, Inc.

  10. The Talking Warehouse: Understanding How Voice Unleashes Higher Performance In Product Distribution

    While voice-directed workflow has been a force in distribution operations for nearly two decades, it is still considered a young technology by many supply chain professionals. In a recent independent survey, only one in five supply chain managers claimed an awareness of voice. By Roger Byford and David Maloney, Intermec, Inc.