The following articles (listed in reverse chronological order) provide analysis of the latest trends relating to radio frequency identification (RFID):
RFID Seen Heading for a Cold Winter (December 15, 2004) Scope of Wal-Mart RFID Program Said "Exaggerated" (November 19, 2004) Near-term ROI Lacking for EPC RFID, Study Finds (November 2, 2004) RFID Deployment Slowed by Technology Questions, Elusive ROI (October 13, 2004) True ROI on RFID to Be Found Beyond Simple Compliance (September 15, 2004) Fixed Infrastructure Critical to Fulfill Promise of RFID - Study (September 10, 2004) Improved Inventory Management Tops List of RFID Benefits, Poll Finds (September 3, 2004) Pharma Industry Seen Rapidly Adopting RFID (August 27, 2004) Multibillion-dollar RFID Investments Will Affect 4 Million U.S. Jobs by 2007 Report (July 1, 2004) Time for RFID: Applying RFID in the Supply Chain (June 7, 2004) Accenture: Half of Manufacturing Executives Expect High Return on RFID Investment (June 7, 2004) Cost to Meet Wal-Mart RFID Deadline Could Hit $9 Million for Typical Supplier - Report (April 16, 2004) Aberdeen: Implement RFID Systems Now to Ensure Successful Compliance (April 7, 2004) A.T. Kearney, Kurt Salmon: Data Synchronization Fundamental to RFID Success (February 20, 2004) Beware RFID Hype, Analysts Warn (February 13, 2004) Manufacturing and Banking Industries to Lead U.S. IT Spending in 2004 (February 12, 2004) RFID Integration Services Set for Rise (February 4, 2004) Retail Spending on RFID Seen Rising in "Fits and Spurts" (January 8, 2004) Retailers to See More RFID Benefits Than Manufacturers Study (November 12, 2003) Global RFID Market to be $3 Billion by 2007 (October 1, 2003) RFID: Beyond Barcodes (September 3, 2003) Who's Buying RFID? (August 22, 2003) RFID Picks Up Momentum (July 9, 2003) Broader RFID Adoption Seen by 2005 (June 16, 2003) Benetton: No RFID Tags in Garments...Yet (April 9, 2003) Auto-ID Could Save Billions (February 6, 2003) For more information on the use of RFID solutions in the supply chain, see "
Needle in a Supply Chain Haystack," the Net Best Thing column in the January 2002 issue of
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