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Ensuring RFID’s Bottomline Payoff

Posted May 18, 2016

Whether a business leapt at the opportunity to become one of the first suppliers with RFID tagged products or now finds itself currently being mandated to employ the technology, the implementation costs and the potential rewards are the same.

To maximize the benefits of RFID, it is critical to view its capability to drive business process improvement, increase supply chain efficiency and ultimately improve bottom line results. From this perspective, the up front capital costs for hardware, engineering consulting costs, opportunity costs, ongoing cost of tags and, in a manual environment, labor associated with the RFID tagging of products are deemed a necessary investment.

Rather than merely RFID tagging products to satisfy the requirements of their largest customers, companies can move from seeing RFID deployment as just the cost of doing business to an opportunity to enhance productivity and profitability. Understanding the impact of data collection and tracking as well as data integration is essential to RFID optimization.

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Efficiency is the Key to Survival for Small and Medium Sized Businesses

Posted April 1, 2013

Warehouse operations can benefit from technology to reduce waste and maximize efficiency. Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) with handheld bar code scanners and mobile computers with wireless communications are the tools of a modern warehouse

As a business grows, its warehouse and inventory needs increase. Often, the tools originally put in place to manage them do not. Inefficiencies from legacy systems usually go undetected and add hidden operating costs to a business. This is particularly important for Small and Medium Sized Businesses (SMB).  SMB’s have a smaller margin for error in managing their operational costs and need to make the most of every resource.

Warehouse operations can benefit from technology to reduce waste and maximize efficiency.  Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) with handheld bar code scanners and mobile computers with wireless communications are the tools of a modern warehouse.  This is true regardless of the size of the business. Today there are WMS systems to fit any sized enterprise – from an out of the box system for small to medium businesses, to a custom deployed system developed by a staff of programmers and IT professionals.  There are also cloud based systems that use the internet eliminating the need to purchase additional servers and software.

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IntelliTrack Warehouse Management System (WMS) 8.1 Now Available

Posted June 16, 2011

Version 8.1 of IntelliTrack Warehouse Management System (WMS) is available for WMS RF Standard, WMS RF Professional and ISRP applications.

IntelliTrack, a leading developer of barcode, RFID and wireless warehouse inventory software, announced today the release of WMS version 8.1 Warehouse Management Software. A significant improvement includes support for Microsoft Access 2010 and Windows Server 2008 R2. Version 8.1 also includes added portable device support for devices running Windows CE 6.5 and Windows Mobile 6.5.

“IntelliTrack is excited about the release of WMS version 8.1,” says Ron Pawlowski, COO of IntelliTrack. Pawlowski adds, “We added support for Access 2010 runtime and Windows Server 2008 R2 to stay current with the newest Microsoft Office 2010 release. IntelliTrack will continue working with the latest Microsoft technology and strive to meet our clients’ requests and requirements.”

IntelliTrack WMS (Warehouse Management System) includes applications for WMS RF Standard, WMS RF Professional and Inventory, Shipping, Receiving, Picking (ISRP). The release of v8.1 improves support for industry standard Microsoft technologies.