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Best Practices for Traceability of Assets in Manufacturing - FREE White Paper

March 19, 2013

You are under intense pressure: increased competition, globalization, stricter regulations, demand for higher value at lower cost, and a more discerning consumer base. With the high risk of recalls, manufacturers need an innovative approach to their supply chain: one that provides a real-time view into operations.

From receiving to shipping, you need to track materials as they move through assembly or processing to the finished goods warehouse to fulfill customer orders. Learn why you need to use advanced data capture technology (bar-code scanning, RFID, Direct Part Marking) for complete product traceability.



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