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RFID Sourcebook by Sandip Lahiri

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8.3. Step 2: Determining Potential Application Areas

You might define several broad categories in which RFID use might improve business efficiency (for example, the manufacturing process, the distribution logistics, administration and security). Only specific areas under these categories should be targeted, however, not the entire category. To improve security, for example, you should pick the areas with urgent security needs (for example, employee pilfering) instead of trying to improve the security of the enterprise as a whole. You can further break down these selected areas to pinpoint the specific spots that promise the most effective impact (for instance, a particular distribution center that accounts for most of the shrinkage). The reason ...

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