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Research and Markets: Saving Cash: RFID - What does it bring to the table?

Research and Markets: Saving Cash: RFID - What does it bring to the table?

DUBLIN, Ireland, March 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of Saving Cash: RFID -- What does it bring to the table to their offering.

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The study points out significant saving potentials as well as opportunities and risks of RFID projects on the basis of five case studies: A branch of a department store, a branch of a supermarket offering a complete assortment of goods, a distribution center of a logistics company, a production center of a textile manufacturer and a production center of a food manufacturer.

More than 40 in-depth expert interviews with RFID users, vendors and system integrators are the basis of our extensive operational study on the economic viability of RFID. Based on data obtained during surveys conducted in Germany, this study presents detailed key figures of RFID projects:

TCO (Total Cost of Operations) ROI (Return on Investment) Payback Period Independent results through comprehensive analyses are shown: -- Exclusive analyses based on data pertaining to German companies and data of vendors for the German market. -- Detailed calculation of the total cost of operations of RFID projects with the help of 5 typical model projects. -- Detailed examination of six cost blocks: Planning costs, hardware costs, software costs, employee training, system administration, maintenance contracts. -- Description of the technical basis and future developments of RFID? -- Strategical success factors and implementation recommendations for trading companies, logistic companies, manufacturers, RFID vendors, system integrators and regulatory bodies Topics covered include: Introduction to the technology and regulatory aspects of RFID-systems Historical development Basic technology Regulating RFID-Frequencies RFID and other supporting technologies RFID and data protection The future of RFID-technology The sample cases Case Analysis: Branch of a department store Case Analysis: Branch of a supermarket Case Analysis: Distribution center Case Analysis: Textile manufacturers Case Analysis: Food manufacturers Consequences for strategy Overview of the RFID-providers interviewed List of user companies and other organizations interviewed Documentation of the model assumptions

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Laura Wood Senior Manager Research and Markets [email protected] Fax: +353 1 4100 980

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