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Barcoding, Inc. establishes RFID by Barcoding practice

Systems integrator forms dedicated practice for the design, development, implementation, and advancement of radio frequency identification technology.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
February 24, 2014

Barcoding, Inc., a leader in enterprise-wide mobility solutions, has announced the establishment of RFID by Barcoding, a new, dedicated practice for the design, development, implementation, and advancement of radio frequency identification technology (RFID).

“Barcoding has long offered and supported RFID systems, but as we continue to grow and expand our team of experts, creating a separate practice for RFID was a logical step,” said Shane Snyder, Barcoding president. “While we will continue to provide the same leading data capture technologies and end-to-end systems integration, we now have a dedicated group of resources to help ensure that our clients receive all the benefits of their RFID investment.”

RFID by Barcoding takes a systematic approach to implementing an RFID system, beginning with a business processes review. If RFID is deemed an effective solution, Barcoding will move forward with system planning and evaluation, perform a site survey, and develop and integrate the appropriate software. However, if RFID is not a viable option, Barcoding is able to guide clients down a different path to select and deploy the best possible solution, such as barcodes, to make them more accurate, efficient, and connected.

Barcoding will showcase its RFID solutions, including RFID RealView, in booth #3027 at Modex 2014, to be held March 17-20, at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. For more information, visit www.modexshow.com.

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