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日本のコンビニエンスストアがRAIN RFIDの導入に適している4つのファクター
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Nikkei Asian Review に、日本の大手コンビニエンスストアが深刻な人手不足を解消するためにRFIDの導入を検討しているという記事がリリースされた。まず、個人的に私は日本が大好きであること、次に私はこれまでRAIN RFIDをリテール市場で展開させることに多大なる尽力をしてきている。しかしながら今回の発表には驚かせられた。その理由を説明したい。

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Four Factors That Make Japan the Perfect Place to Deploy RAIN RFID in Convenience Stores
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The Nikkei Asian Review released a story about how some of the largest Japanese convenience stores plan to deploy RFID as a fix to severe labor shortage. Firstly, I am personally a huge fan of Japan and secondly, I’ve done quite a bit of work to speed up RAIN RFID deployments in the retail market. Still this announcement from Japan took me by surprise, and let me explain why. Nikkei Asian Review: New RFID self-checkout systems will eliminate the need to scan each item individually, helping to cope with a severe lack of manpower. Unconventional Motivation This is the fi... Read more →

RFID, Love or Die
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Dear reader, my name is Lluis Bueno, and I love RFID. Do you? I belong to the Spanish company NextPoints, and I have met hundreds of professionals and companies working in the RFID market without any passion for the technology… and most of them are not working in the RFID market anymore. So, why is love required for RFID business to survive?

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How to Win Sales with Good RAIN RFID Test Data
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When selling RAIN RFID tags: wouldn’t it be great to prove that the proposed tag is really the best possible for the customer’s application; and not just send out loads of free samples hoping that customers test them properly? And when purchasing: wouldn’t it be great to have comparable data of how each tag works in your application instead of “our tags are the best ones, you can trust us” statements?

Guess what: it is possible, and in most cases the sales person or buyer just needs to know what to ask. Tag developers have a lot of characterization data ready. Read on to see how to leverage that data following the 3-step approach!

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