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Demystifying the EPC Global Network: An explanation of ONS, EPC-IS, and EPC-DS
As goods traverse the supply chain, various parties need to exchange information about these goods. This requires interoperability across the global network

epcglobal us  be developed for the EPCglobal Network. Where to Go from Here For the time being, companies are taking a point-to-point approach to sharing data. They are sharing EPC data and events directly between trading partners, not unlike the way major retailers share POS data directly with their suppliers today. That approach will only take us so far. The point-to-point approach will become prohibitively expensive and unmanageable as we try to incorporate more and more players and intermediaries across the end-to- Read More
Discrete Manufacturing (ERP)
The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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The Middle Kingdom - From Wired to Wireless
Confused about RFID middleware? RFID middleware has a critical role to play in cleaving together and clarifying the signals and intelligence, bidirectionally

epcglobal us  is their dedication to EPCglobal and participation in standards efforts. So, if you are looking for strict adherence to the ARC committee work, they are able to build this right in. GlobeRanger imotion Edgeware Platform. Beautiful to look at, GlobeRanger is the master of work flow. Remember, we talked about devices popping up everywhere and using RFID as both art and science. Those of us who have implemented RFID know that it is a challenge to understand the design and testing of the physical arrangements Read More
SAP's Approach to the Retail Market
SAP and its ERP peers appear to understand that continuously improving the way enterprise information is presented and by marrying analytics, optimization, and

epcglobal us  erstwhile Auto-ID Center (now EPCglobal , an organization which is designing the critical elements and creating global standards for the next generation barcodes as a mainstream method of business to business [B2B] product identification—called the electronic product codes [EPC]), and has created proof of concepts with retailers METRO Group and Procter & Gamble , whose live projects in early 2003 were far ahead of the still mainly experimenting and pondering rest of the SCM vendors' pack, bringing the t Read More
RFID Architecture Strategy
Early adopters of radio frequency identification (RFID) are beginning to look at enterprise scale solution design and integration are emerging as key focus

epcglobal us  Development. Shashi participates in EPCGlobal Inc. RFID/EPC Standards Working Groups and other RFID bodies like UCLA's WinMEC. He is one of the organization's leading experts on RFID, Wireless and Pervasive Computing. As an RFID Thought Leader at Infosys, Shashi has conducted over 20 one-day Executive workshops on RFID Value Assessment and an Executive RFID Summit for North American Railroads. Shashi is also the author of the Infosys Logical Reference Model for RFID Applications and the Infosys Logical Re Read More
ERP Vendors Intrude on SCE/WMS Safe Haven
Within the warehouse management system (WMS) market, which is still the main breadwinning offering for most of the SCE vendors, most products are functionally

epcglobal us  the Auto-ID center (now EPCglobal . It is an organization which is designing the critical elements and creating global standards for the next generation barcodes as a mainstream method of business-to-business [B2B] product identification—called the EPC), and has created proof of concepts with retailers Metro and Procter & Gamble . For a detailed discussion of RFID technology see RFID—A New Technology Set to Explode . Having been an overall enterprise applications leader, SAP has a more holistic view o Read More
Avercast
Headquartered in Rexburg, Idaho (US), Avercast, LLC provides inventory demand forecasting, distribution requirements planning (DRP) (including both DRP and

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The TEC Quick Case for IQMS
IQMS is a private corporation operating from Paso Robles, California (US). The company was founded in 1989 by Randy and Nancy Flamm with a goal to create

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Case Study: Security Benefit
Security Benefit is a financial services company based in Topeka, Kansas (US). The company’s outside sales team operates from remote locations nationwide. For

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U.S. vs. Microsoft - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do, But Not That Hard
An updated study projects a potential Microsoft antitrust breakup to increase software costs US$30B. It's not nearly that high.

epcglobal us  microsoft,windows 7,windows xp,windows server,v microsoft,windows web hosting,extinguish,lindows,windows vs unix,embrace extend,stan liebowitz,embrace and extend Read More
Datavision
Headquartered in Cameron Park, California (US), Datavision was incorporated in January 1976. With over twenty partners, it services all of the US and eighty

epcglobal us  Headquartered in Cameron Park, California (US), Datavision was incorporated in January 1976. With over twenty partners, it services all of the US and eighty other nations. Its solutions include extending business strategies to the Web; legacy application integration; business process automation; application service delivery; applications hosting; and both client/server and subscription-based CRM systems. In 1997, Datavision acquired the assets of Down to Earth Software and assumed the Read More
Case Study: Calnetix
Running four manufacturing operations simultaneously was a challenge for California (US)-based Calnetix. The company needed an enterprise resource planning (ERP

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Quality Software Products, Inc.
Quality Software Products, Inc., is the US subsidiary of Quality Software Products Holdings plc, headquartered in the United Kingdom (UK). The US subsidiary

epcglobal us  Software Products, Inc. Quality Software Products, Inc., is the US subsidiary of Quality Software Products Holdings plc, headquartered in the United Kingdom (UK). The US subsidiary is located in Raleigh, North Carolina. Founded in 1981, QSP is a provider of integrated enterprise financial systems (EFS) to major organizations in over 20 countries. The company sells financial process optimization (FPO) in the forms of financial software, e-business solutions, and professional services, as well as thro Read More
MPS in European and US Enterprises
The printing environment is now an integral part of the IT infrastructure. Organizations that use managed print services (MPSs) are seeing reduced cost and

epcglobal us  in European and US Enterprises Quocirca is a research and analysis company with a primary focus on the European market. Quocirca produces free to market content aimed at IT decision makers and those that influence them in business of all sizes and public sector organisations. Much of the content Quocirca produces is based on its own primary research. Source: Quocirca Ltd Resources Related to MPS in European and US Enterprises : Managed Print Services (MPS) (Wikipedia) MPS in European and US Read More
Kyliptix Solutions
Founded in 1999 and headquartered in Irvine, California (US), Kyliptix Solutions, Inc. delivers software solutions for small and medium businesses (SMBs). The

epcglobal us  Solutions Founded in 1999 and headquartered in Irvine, California (US), Kyliptix Solutions, Inc. delivers software solutions for small and medium businesses (SMBs). The company provides web-based business software services modeled on the principle of software-as-a-service (SaaS), which uses current architectures and technologies such as AJAX and LAMP. Kyliptix's solutions address the needs of a variety of industries, including manufacturing, sales, human resources, legal services, and security. Its Read More
The Safe Port Act of 2006-What Section 203 Will Mean to Your Importing Business
The US Safe Port Act is the most comprehensive step yet taken toward transitioning voluntary supply chain security programs into actual requirements for US

epcglobal us  Safe Port Act of 2006-What Section 203 Will Mean to Your Importing Business The US Safe Port Act is the most comprehensive step yet taken toward transitioning voluntary supply chain security programs into actual requirements for US importers, their foreign vendors, and every entity in between. While this should increase security, someone will have to bear the costs. That’s why understanding the current discussion is critical to evaluating the impact on your business. Read More

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