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Apparel RFID leader sponsors AAFA Annual Executive Summit
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Mar '12
TAGSYS, the leading provider of item-level RFID infrastructure, announced that it will serve as a sponsor for the American Apparel & Footwear Association's 2012 AAFA Annual Executive Summit and the AAFA International Sourcing, Customs & Logistics Conference.

The Executive Summit will take place March 14-16 at the Four Seasons Georgetown in Washington, D.C., and the International Sourcing, Customs & Logistics Conference will be held March 21-22 at the Astor Crowne Plaza in New Orleans.

In addition to sponsoring the International Sourcing event, TAGSYS sales director Ben Silver will co-moderate the Transportation & Logistics roundtable with a representative of Maersk Inc.

TAGSYS has over 15 years of experience in RFID design and deployment and is a renowned leader in the RFID market. TAGSYS is focused on helping Manufacturers and Brands leverage item-level RFID to increase efficiency in their receiving and distribution processes, assuring real-time visibility of merchandise through inventory accuracy even at the store level.

Working with complementary technologies, TAGSYS' platform provides valuable customer and product data to retailers and manufacturers, while enhancing the shopping experience for consumers and building brand loyalty.

"TAGSYS is proud to sponsor these important apparel industry events," said TAGSYS VP Americas Monte Lucas. "The apparel and retail industries face both significant challenges and opportunities in the current global economic environment, and RFID can play a critical role in addressing them moving forward."

TAGSYS provides complete, reliable, high performance RFID infrastructure systems for item-level tracking in a variety of industries. Our unique RFID expertise, combined with a true understanding of RFID business processes, make us the ideal RFID partner to ease and ensure the success of your project.

TAGSYS

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