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How Bar Codes and RFID Deliver Value to Manufacturing and Distribution

How Bar Codes and RFID Deliver Value to Manufacturing and Distribution

As more companies turn to enterprise-wide software for process improvement and cost reduction, there is a significant opportunity to enhance these systems by adding bar coding and radio frequency identification (RFID) applications throughout manufacturing facilities and distribution operations. This paper shows how advanced bar code and RFID technologies can create sustainable advantages by providing the accurate information required for modern business practices.

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