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|Although not a Wal-Mart top-100 supplier, Jack Link's Beef Jerky is one of the 37 companies that volunteered to meet Wal-Mart's January 2005 deadline for shipping product with RFID tags affixed to pallets and cases. It completed the Wal-Mart compliance phase of its project in November 2004.
This week's featured download reviews Jack Link's four RFID implementation phases, and covers costs, timing, technology partners involved, step-by-step business processes being supported, and expected benefits.
|RFID: Automatic Identification Evolves|
This white paper will offer a basic explanation of the technology behind RFID especially as it relates to current AIDC solutions. Selecting RFID as the most appropriate technology solution for a given AIDC application will be a challenge for users. A key point of discussion in this white paper is how to identify appropriate smart label applications, ensuring that RFID technology is not under/oversold. Submitted by Datamax Corporation
|The Next Generation Of ERP Software: Technology As A Means For Thriving In The New Manufacturing Economy|
Changing customer expectations and demands, coupled with economic uncertainty and political unrest, have caused manufacturers large and small to take a hard look at all aspects of their operations and processes. The next generation of ERP software is built for these conditions. Submitted by Epicor Software Corporation
Purists will complain that anything short of pure flow isn't "lean" but I believe that any technique or approach that delivers shorter lead-time, reduced handling, more flexibility, etc. qualifies and if it can be done more quickly and affordably, so much the better. Written by Dave Turbide
|Build An Electronic Pedigree|
The slap-and-ship model of RFID technology isn't for everybody. H. D. Smith Wholesale Drug Co. expects more from RFID. H. D. Smith, a pharmaceutical wholesaler with sales of more than $1.5 billion, plans to implement RFID technology at six of its distribution centers to improve its own inventory and product tracking systems. Used with permission from Integrated Solutions magazine
While the Falcon 320 provides ideal batch data collection solutions, the Falcon 325, a wireless data collection terminal, is particularly ideal for data collection throughout the supply chain where real-time access to data is required. Request a quote or get more information.
Exact Event Manager addresses the challenge of not knowing, or of knowing too late, about critical problems facing your organization. Exact Event Manager becomes your early warning system and first line of defense. Download the complete product sheet now.
|MAS 90/MAS 200 |
Both MAS 90 and MAS 200 offer full-featured accounting, manufacturing, and distribution functionality, and come standard with Business Insights — an insightful executive information system that takes a quick snapshot of a company's financial data to show managers where they can be more profitable. Download the complete product brochure now.
|Provia Supply Chain Execution and Event Management|
Provia's Supply Chain Execution and Event Management suites include
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integrated together. Request more information or get a quote.
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|mySAP ERP: Overview Of New And Enhanced Capabilities|
|In today's high-pressure business environment, large and midsize companies are faced with a dilemma: they must exert the tight corporate controls required to meet strategic goals and drive profitability while maintaining the flexibility required to stimulate growth and innovation — all while rigidly controlling costs. SAP resolves this dilemma with mySAP ERP. Submitted by SAP|
|Think Inside The Box! Keys To Increasing SMB Revenue|
Wednesday, February 23rd, 2005
11:00 A.M. Pacific / 2:00 P.M. Eastern
Join this Webinar to learn Intermec's solutions for the small to midsize market.
Automated bar code data collection can help companies improve productivity and profits. Getting started is more cost-efficient and easier than you think.
Distribution/Computer EXPO 2005
Whether you are looking for the complete supply chain system or any application in your supply chain, you will find it at the Distribution/Computer EXPO 2005. If your input is important to your company's successful acquisition of any supply chain application, then you are among those who should attend.
RFID: What Are You Tagging?
This discussion focuses on the various challenges facing RFID tagging with respect to product materials and packaging. The technical parameters of tagging such materials as liquids, metals, glass, etc. will be discussed as well as an explanation of how the materials' makeup influences radio frequency tags. The Webinar will provide information on selecting the proper tag given specific material and packaging applications.
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