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  • / Technology

    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.
  • / Press Release

    Avery Dennison RFID Division Enhances Staff

    Director of Sales and Marketing for U.S. and Europe Named and Business Development Manager Hired in Europe (Flowery Branch, GA) June 24, 2008 – Avery Dennison RFID, a leading UHF inlay manufacturer and RFID technology provider, promoted Maggie Bidlingmaier to Director of Sales & Marketing for the U.S. and Europe. Charlie Purser has been named business development manager in Europe. “Avery Dennison RFID is committed to meeting emerging market...

    Posted 06/30/2008

    Director of Sales and Marketing for U.S. and Europe Named and Business Development Manager Hired in Europe (Flowery Branch, GA) June 24, 2008 – Avery Dennison RFID, a leading UHF inlay manufacturer and RFID technology provider, promoted Maggie Bidlingmaier to Director of Sales & Marketing for the…
  • / Press Release

    Confidex Announces New Offices, New Appointment, and New Strategic Partners in North America

    Tampere, Finland and Apex, NC – March 20, 2008 – Confidex, a fast growing company with unique expertise in RFID design, manufacturing and engineering, today announced the establishment of Confidex Inc. in North America, the appointment of Bill Compitello as Director of Sales & Business Development in North America, and the addition of four new solution providers to the Confidex Authorized Reseller Program. Mr. Compitello has more than 20 years of...

    Posted 03/24/2008

    Tampere, Finland and Apex, NC – March 20, 2008 – Confidex, a fast growing company with unique expertise in RFID design, manufacturing and engineering, today announced the establishment of Confidex Inc. in North America, the appointment of Bill Compitello as Director of Sales & Business…
  • / Technology

    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.
  • / Press Release

    Fresh Express Selects TR3 Solutions to Track Product Freshness and Location

    TR3’s On-Demand RPM solution leverages RFID data to ensure only highest quality product gets to the sales floor BOSTON, MA-October 11, 2006 - TR3 Solutions, a leading provider of RFID solutions to the CPG and retail markets, today announced that Fresh Express, the No. 1 salad maker in the world, has selected TR3 On-Demand RPM to improve the performance of its retail trading partner relationships. TR3 will help Fresh Express leverage the...

    Posted 10/11/2006

    TR3’s On-Demand RPM solution leverages RFID data to ensure only highest quality product gets to the sales floor BOSTON, MA-October 11, 2006 - TR3 Solutions, a leading provider of RFID solutions to the CPG and retail markets, today announced that Fresh Express, the No. 1 salad maker in the world,…
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    RedPrairie Delivers Three-Day Implementation of Automated RFID Solution at Ocean Spray

    Ocean Spray implements solution that exceeds retailer requirements; plans to use data to gain efficiencies in production process Milwaukee, WI – RedPrairie Corporation, a global leader in supply chain technology solutions that enable business process transformation, announced today they have completed a three day implementation of an automated RFID labeling system at Ocean Spray’s Sulphur Springs, Texas facility. Ocean Spray put the RFID solution...

    Posted 05/03/2006

    Ocean Spray implements solution that exceeds retailer requirements; plans to use data to gain efficiencies in production process Milwaukee, WI – RedPrairie Corporation, a global leader in supply chain technology solutions that enable business process transformation, announced today they have…
  • / Technology

    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.
  • / Technology

    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.
  • Finding the Value

    Retailers are driving RFID adoption but suppliers stand to gain from the web-enabled technology as well.

    Posted 01/03/2005Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Retailers are driving RFID adoption but suppliers stand to gain from the web-enabled technology as well.
  • RFID isn’t just for big companies, as vendors target smaller players

    While RFID is still mostly associated with major retailers like Wal-Mart, Target and Best Buy, RFID vendors are expanding their offerings for smaller companies, says Dwight Klappich, RFID analyst at Meta Group.

    Posted 09/30/2004Internet RetailerPost a comment

    While RFID is still mostly associated with major retailers like Wal-Mart, Target and Best Buy, RFID vendors are expanding their offerings for smaller companies, says Dwight Klappich, RFID analyst at Meta Group.

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