DominateRFID™ Provides an RFID-Enabled Asset Management Solution for Rental Firms
May 7, 2017—
Rental firms have traditionally relied upon paper-based or barcode-based approaches to track assets and register their transactions. These methods entail time-consuming procedures that hinder the overall rental process. Moreover, relatively large labor resources are required for recording and handling assets at different stages. In some cases, workers need to be available in-person to administer every step of a process. For instance, barcode tags must be within the line of sight, and therefore a worker with a barcode reader should be present to scan them one by one. This could be a very long and laborious activity, especially when the assets are meant to be delivered in bulk.
How to Make a Smart RFID Choice for Inventory Management
March 25, 2017—
Nowadays, a rising number of companies and brands are joining the ever-expanding global RFID market. In line with this trend, greater varieties of RFID solutions are introduced into the market constantly. Many industries and businesses may find it challenging to choose the most suitable product for their inventory tracking requirements. As an enterprise, you may have difficulty in finding a package that meets your specific needs while simultaneously having its benefits outweigh its costs. As elaborated in the following paragraphs, DominateRFID™ has developed a number of solutions that are meant to address the diverse inventory challenges of a wide spectrum of businesses and industries, based on the scale of their activities.
Our Solution Helps You Track the Location, Quantity, and Condition of Your Medical Assets
January 4, 2017—
Every year, healthcare providers suffer significant losses in revenues due to improper storage of expensive pharmaceutical drugs and vaccines in healthcare facilities. According to a 2012 report from the US Department of Health and Human Services, at least $800,000 worth of vaccine doses were identified to be ineffective, though the number could rise well above $2 billion¹. Besides incurring financial losses, hospitals may jeopardize patients’ lives by mistaken administration of spoiled or ineffective medicines. Furthermore, failing to discover expired products on time could lead to unprecedented drug shortage in emergency situations.