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RFID Implementation: How to Evaluate, Justify and Deploy Your RFID Solution
Kansas City, MO, United States - May 22-24, 2006
Seminar / workshop

Sponsored by the RFID Alliance Lab and the University of Kansas, this intensive three-day course designed to give professionals the knowledge base necessary to make the critical decisions about their radio frequency identification solution.  Identify how RFID can improve your business, calculate your return on investment, learn how to fulfill your customers' mandates, evaluate RFID vendors, and plan a successful pilot and deployment.  Our instructors are Dr. Daniel Deavours, director of research of the RFID Alliance Lab, and Mr. Michael McCartney, founder and principal of Quality Logistics Management (QLM).

May 22-24, 2006

8 am - 5 pm daily (GMT -06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)

Hampton Inn and Suites Country Club Plaza

Resources you will take with you at the end of the course: The latest analysis of Gen 2 tag products from the RFID Alliance Lab RFID experience with a variety of commodities QLM’s RFID Stages of Excellence™ methodology that will enable you to better interpret and master the foundations of enduring business achievement An RFID implementation checklist to guide you through the best practices for deployment Access to our web site, where you can discuss your progress with the instructors and other attendees


Contact for booking / more info:
Kevin Curry

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