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RFID Sourcebook by Sandip Lahiri

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8.5. Step 4: Determining Priorities

The factors involved in building a business case can now be combined to determine its priority among the set of all business cases created for RFID adoption. To get a relative sense of how the different business cases of the selected application areas stand, you can pit these against themselves in different ways. Several multidimensional visualization tools you can use for this purpose are currently on the market, and some are in the public domain.

A simple way to visualize the variables without using any such tools is to create a super “opposing” factor by combining the cost, risk, and complexity factors. One way to calculate such a variable is to take the simple average of these factors. For example, if benefit, ...

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