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    RFID cuts store out-of-stocks 16% at Wal-Mart stores

    RFID is paying dividends, including a 16% reduction in out-of-stock products at Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club stores, Wal-Mart says.

    Posted 01/23/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    RFID is paying dividends, including a 16% reduction in out-of-stock products at Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club stores, Wal-Mart says.
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    Retail industry spending on RFID not keeping up with budget plans

    The overall promise of RFID in retail environments is leading to larger budgets for RFID projects, but many retailers, confused about what to deploy, are holding off on spending, Aberdeen Group says in a new study.

    Posted 05/01/2007Kurt PetersPost a comment

    The overall promise of RFID in retail environments is leading to larger budgets for RFID projects, but many retailers, confused about what to deploy, are holding off on spending, Aberdeen Group says in a new study.
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    In Retail Systems’ keynote address, Wal-Mart says RFID goes on track

    Despite a need for more time by some suppliers, Wal-Mart is on track to meet its goal of getting its top 100 suppliers shipping cases and pallets under an RFID tracking system by January, EVP Michael Duke told the Retail Systems Conference this week.

    Posted 05/18/2004Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Despite a need for more time by some suppliers, Wal-Mart is on track to meet its goal of getting its top 100 suppliers shipping cases and pallets under an RFID tracking system by January, EVP Michael Duke told the Retail Systems Conference this week.
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    Online service lets consumers build a card full of admission passes

    Smart Destinations has launched a service that lets sightseers build a customized card online that they can present for admission to museums, tours, and attractions.

    Posted 04/08/2010Katie EvansPost a comment

    Smart Destinations has launched a service that lets sightseers build a customized card online that they can present for admission to museums, tours, and attractions.
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    Tech Firms Join Forces

    A group of major technology companies has announced its support and plans to develop the Account Authority Digital Signature and proposed Accredited Standards Committee X9 digital payments standard. (www.firstdatacorp.com) First Data Corp., (www.compaq.com) Compaq Computer Corp., (www.tsainc.com) Transaction Systems Architects Corp., (www.certicom.com) Certicom, (www.interworld.com) InterWorld Corp. and (www.cybersafe.com) CyberSafe Corp., made...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    A group of major technology companies has announced its support and plans to develop the Account Authority Digital Signature and proposed Accredited Standards Committee X9 digital payments standard. (www.firstdatacorp.com) First Data Corp., (www.compaq.com) Compaq Computer Corp., (www.tsainc.com)…
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    Art gallery has designs on increased sales through RFID

    The focus on RFID has been at the case and pallet level so far, but a small application at a New Hampshire art gallery is taking it to the product level.

    Posted 04/15/2005Paul DemeryPost a comment

    The focus on RFID has been at the case and pallet level so far, but a small application at a New Hampshire art gallery is taking it to the product level.
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    Birds Eye Foods sees strong ROI from RFID, CEO says

    Birds Eye Foods, one of more than 125 suppliers to Wal-Mart Stores Inc. moving ahead with RFID technology to track shipments of cases and pallets, will reap large rewards from RFID over the next three years, its CEO says.

    Posted 02/09/2004Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Birds Eye Foods, one of more than 125 suppliers to Wal-Mart Stores Inc. moving ahead with RFID technology to track shipments of cases and pallets, will reap large rewards from RFID over the next three years, its CEO says.
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    Internet Company Plans Smart Card Rollout

    An Orange County, Calif. -based Web site developer plans to distribute 100,000 free smart cards and readers to its customers to boost security for online shopping, banking, e-mail and other services. Netcity.com Inc., founded last fall, plans to roll out the cards and readers during the first quarter of 2000, says Bill Holmes, vice president of sales and marketing for Irvine, Calif.-based Litronic Inc., which is designing the software for the...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    An Orange County, Calif. -based Web site developer plans to distribute 100,000 free smart cards and readers to its customers to boost security for online shopping, banking, e-mail and other services. Netcity.com Inc., founded last fall, plans to roll out the cards and readers during the first…
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    Fleet Plans Online Visa Chip Card

    Boston-based Fleet Card Services is launching the Fusion smart Visa card, a smart card-based credit card that will have both offline and online functions. Consumers will be able to apply for the Fusion card online at www.fusioncard.com beginning Friday, September 15, 2000. The Fusion card will have a 32-kilobyte microprocessor chip that can be used in conjunction with a smart card reader for secure online purchases. The chip card will have...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Boston-based Fleet Card Services is launching the Fusion smart Visa card, a smart card-based credit card that will have both offline and online functions. Consumers will be able to apply for the Fusion card online at www.fusioncard.com beginning Friday, September 15, 2000. The Fusion card will have…
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    Wal-Mart’s pharmaceutical suppliers play catch-up with RFID deadline

    In the first indication of how difficult it is for suppliers to meet its RFID deadlines, Wal-Mart says that some of its pharmaceutical suppliers expect to be compliant with RFID by June 30 – three months late.

    Posted 04/14/2004Kurt PetersPost a comment

    In the first indication of how difficult it is for suppliers to meet its RFID deadlines, Wal-Mart says that some of its pharmaceutical suppliers expect to be compliant with RFID by June 30 – three months late.

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