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1. Bar Codes in food and drugs
(Technology)
Bar codes have been with us for a while now and their application makes tracking products and processing sales simple. For grocers it has meant the demise of the label gun and the need to update price ...
Created on 27 February 2018
2. Supply Chain Drones
(News)
Although Amazon isn't dropping packages on your lawn from its drone skyforce yet, that doesn't mean they're not being used in supply chains. Drones are not only enhancing 'traditional' supply chain processes, ...
Created on 25 October 2016
3. IoT Usage Increases for Supply Chains
(News)
It should come as no surprise that supply chains are getting heavily into IoT. Research cited by Kaitlyn McAvoy on the Spend Matters site shows that the majority already have IoT strategies in place.Although ...
Created on 01 September 2016
4. RFID & IoT Perfectly Matched
(News)
Some of us probably recall when RFID was 'the next big thing'. Well, it's not that anymore, but it is a big player in supporting the real 'next big thing': the Internet of Things (IoT).It's taken awhile ...
Created on 16 June 2015
5. Omnichannel in 2014
(News)
Jonathan Levit takes out his crystal ball and makes a few predictions on what omnichannel will mean in 2014. The momentum gained during this year will not abate.Effects on marketing, logistics, and customer ...
Created on 19 December 2013
6. Where is Retailing Headed? If You are in the Supply Chain, You Better Know
(Retail)
... ike stylus. Most PDAs have capabilities to take notes, write letters, keep records, perform spreadsheet functions, read bar codes (like QR codes), connect to networks to download and upload data, and syn ...
Created on 21 June 2013
7. RFID Improves Efficiencies and Reduces Shrinkage for Retailers
(Technology)
... sh processes. An EPC, by the way, is an RFID-friendly encoding scheme that represents the same GS1 identifiers used with UPC bar codes, enhanced to identify a specific instance, or a type of trade item ...
Created on 08 April 2013
8. Qthru Aims for a Different Self Check-Out
(Retail)
...  priority on convenience. Qthru's model calls for shoppers in participating stores to scan bar codes with the cellular handsets they're carrying as they put items in their shopping carts. When ready ...
Created on 16 July 2012
9. Qthru Aims for a Different Self Check-Out
(Retail)
...  priority on convenience. Qthru's model calls for shoppers in participating stores to scan bar codes with the cellular handsets they're carrying as they put items in their shopping carts. When ready ...
Created on 16 July 2012
10. From the Top - Ontuet
(Integration)
... echnology. First it was bar codes, then EDI, now it is GDS and RFID. Technology providers need to keep coming up with ways to make these technology adoptions very streamlined and efficient for the supply chain ...
Created on 19 April 2005