RFID Solution Centre and Intermec Technologies, global innovators within Bar-coding and RFID, have joined forces to offer an RFID Capability study for companies in the transport and logistics market.
“RFID projects require a different approach from the standard bar-coding projects” says Simon Storey, Business Development Director, RFID Solution Centre. “We recognised very early within the RFID project that validating the capability or applicability of RFID for our specific customers environment is essential to ensure projects are not started that will never work with customer's products and environments.”
“To deliver a successful RFID project Intermec recognises the importance of a complete solution” Says Andrew Cahill, UK General Manager Intermec Technologies.” We have therefore chosen RFID Solution Centre to delivery a total solution based upon our IPR within RFID and there expertise in delivering an integrated consultative solution. We will therefore be jointly running events this year to focus the benefits of RFID within key vertical markets.”
Forrester's report of September 2005 “Sourcing an RFID Project” highlighted 3 key attributes when considering any company to deliver a successful RFID project. 1. Physics expertise for site testing and hardware installation. 2. Data and device management for distributed architecture. 3. New development practices for RFID-enabled business processes and applications.
The structured approach and test scenarios delivered as part of the Capability study demonstrates and validates the use of RFID tags and Labels with your supply chain work flow. This is crucial when starting an RFID project and covers the first stage of an RFID Project.
The next two steps are Data and Business related and this key partnership of Intermec & RFID Solution centre offers the “best-of-breed” RFID solution model. With a team of consultants ready to assist in the business re-engineering you can be assured of a seamless solution delivery.
Intermec and RFID Solution centre recognize this and are now offering this study to the Warehouse and Logistics Market place. Two key events to see a demonstration of this study are at Stand L106 logistics Link Live 23 – 24 May 2006, Stoneleigh Park, Exhibition and Conference Centre and Stand 64 at The Logistics Event 2006 (CILT) 27th & 28th June 2006 at Hilton Birmingham Metropole, NEC