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Do Falling RFID Prices Mean Item-Level Tracking Is Practical?

By Evan Schuman  |  Posted 09-15-2005 Print
For years, the retail and supply-chain worlds have spoken of item-level tagging as the holy grail of inventory control, but added it can’t be done until tag prices hit 5 cents. With recent pricecuts delivering 12.9-cent chips, is that Holy Grail imm


 

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