February 2004
Baseline;Feb2004, Issue 27, p45
Deals with the use of radio frequency identification (RFID) in the retail supply chain. Breakdown of the application costs associated with the use of the system; Ways by which RFID technology can improve bar-code tracking at the supplier and at the warehouse; Startup costs associated with the use of the technology.


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