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Oracle E-Business Suite implements Reva for RFID data
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Jun '08
Reva Systems, the leading RFID Network Infrastructure provider, announced that it is working with Oracle to enable Oracle E-Business Suite customers to capture and utilize high quality RFID data.

“The powerful combination of Oracle at the enterprise level and Reva at the edge enables world class companies to harness the value of RFID for process improvement and sustainable competitive advantage across industries, geographies and multiple Oracle Applications,” said Jon Chorley, Oracle's vice president of SCM product strategy.

“Reva makes implementing RFID simple by supporting a structured interface to Oracle Applications. Reva's technology transforms RFID data into superior asset visibility and supply chain information allowing Oracle users to rely on RFID for everyday operations.”

“The real time visibility and process improvements that RFID can deliver will generate value for a wide spectrum of enterprises,” said Buck Devashish, Reva vice president of business development.

“Reva complements Oracle's vision for deploying RFID. By implementing Reva at the edge, Oracle users can quickly and easily incorporate accurate, useful RFID data into the Oracle E-Business Suite at the enterprise level.” Reva Systems to Deliver Integration of RFID Data for the Oracle EBusiness Suite

Reva TAPs are purpose built RFID Network Infrastructure appliances that provide RFID device control and data processing.

TAPs install at a facility level to optimally manage the operations of RFID readers and other equipment from many leading providers, collect the raw tag data, process the data for accuracy and then pass only relevant RFID information to the Oracle E-Business Suite.

Reva also provides a set of enterprise RFID management tools which Oracle users can rely on to remotely operate RFID infrastructure and devices across global sites. Reva Systems is a Certified Advantage Partner in the Oracle PartnerNetwork.

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