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Item-Level RFID Conference: The Road to ROI
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Aug '08
What's the return you get from item-level RFID tagging? Don't miss Dr. Bill Hardgrave when he presents the results of the University of Arkansas' Apparel & Footwear Item-Level Tagging RFID Phase III research.

Fayetteville, Arkansas
September 9-10, 2008

Hear Speakers
From...
• Dillard's
• Sam's Club
• University of
Arkansas
• Vue Technology
• OAT Systems
• Retail Solutions Inc
• Rider &
Associates

The first RFID Forum held in January attracted major companies including Procter & Gamble, Clorox, Wal-Mart, American Apparel, Smucker's, Avery Dennison, General Mills, Macy's, and Hewlett-Packard. And that event left these attendees asking for more…specifically, what is the ROI of item-level RFID?

You can expect to receive hard data and new insights. Learn more about this and other item-level tagging issues at the second RFID Forum. In addition, you'll experience a unique, hands-on, real-time RFID lab experience. This is something you can't see every day!

Information Technology Research Institute University of Arkansas

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