openPR Logo
Press release

Business RFID Strategy

01-05-2007 12:41 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: WOWGAO INC

Toronto, ON, August, 2006 - An RFID strategy provides an outline to use the technology aligned with an enterprise's strategic visions and goals. A business that strives to be a model of efficiency could use RFID to streamline the operations is a typical example. The RFID strategy is applicable whether big or small business because RFID is going to be found anywhere in the near future.

An uniform strategy is not going to work generally that means the businesses must create their own unique RFID strategy. In addition, any business has to determine how RFID can create value that is aligned with its strategic directions, meeting customer RFID mandates are within the tolerable cost and risk ranges.

Do not mistake the creation of an RFID strategy for a needless corporate process that you can short-circuit to delve right into the excitement of implementation. Such a short-circuited implementation, although perhaps successful in the eyes of the implementers, might come to be viewed as a failure or useless by other parts of the business. Post-implementation use of the technology might be questioned, leading to frustration and demoralization of the technology supporters. You can avoid these types of situation by ensuring the comprehensive RFID strategy.

The fundamental reasons for establishing an RFID strategy include determining the various impacts of RFID technology, ensuring basic understanding and buy-in from senior management, deployment strategies, and other policies can drive and guaranteeing cross-functional support.

RFID is a tool that business must apply thoughtfully to realize its benefits. Otherwise, the use of the technology might turn out to be a deficit spending. For example, operational efficiencies might go down, cost might rise, resulting in lost revenue and missed opportunities. Therefore, businesses gain by not using RFID technology before determine how best to use it and how that use will impact their processes and personnel. When decision makers do decide to deploy RFID, a comprehensive strategy enables them to validate its use via justification analysis and pilot implementation results. Thus, enterprises can focus on areas that align properly with their line of business and that promise the maximum return on investment while significantly eliminating misdirected efforts.

An RFID strategy can show the potential benefits of using the technology at a level that can be viewed, analyzed, and understood by senior decision makers. In general, each decision maker has his own special interests and priorities. The viability of a plan in the long run depends on how these people perceive the plan and understand its benefits for them in their individual endeavors. Therefore, an RFID strategy should cater to a broader set of interests rather than seek to satisfy the minor needs. The best way to achieve this goal is to create a strategy that aligns with the core competencies and strategic direction of the business instead of focusing on isolated areas of benefit. Such an integrated plan, when validated and supported at the highest level of decision making that can provide a path of realization that is less cluttered with internal politics, funding nightmares, and deployment-decision delays. The implementation of a successful RFID system being as nontrivial as it gets, having these elements under control will enable control will enable the adopters to focus on solution delivery, which is by no means a small achievement in a business environment. In addition, an RFID strategy ensures that if the technology meets the benefit expectations, it will be assimilated into the other parts of business in the long run.

An RFID strategy can drive the next level of activities, such as estimating the technology benefits, estimating the cost of implementation and creating a deployment strategy. The outcome of some of these activities can provide further evidence to validate the strategy objectively. Indeed, the strategy needs to be validated periodically from the results of the adoption efforts. Such validation can help the proposer support his credibility and can strengthen the case for use of RFID in the business.

For a business, the RFID strategy provides an enterprise-level plan that aligns with overall business goals and strategies. When formulated at this level, a RFID strategy offers benefits to the widest range of interested parties and facilitates buy-in from senior management. It is strongly recommended that you have a RFID strategy in place before attempting any effort to deploy the technology. You can use an RFID strategy to drive action plans for an enterprise RFID policy, implementation, and technology rollout. To learn more, please visit

About GAO RFID Inc
GAO RFID Inc., a member of GAO Group, was spun out from GAO Tek (formerly GAO Engineering) in July, 2006 as a result of its fast growing RFID business and its further heavy investment in this exciting market. GAO RFID has established itself as one of world¡¯s most influential suppliers of RFID products, particularly RFID tags, labels, and readers. GAO emphasizes on product quality. Read More...


GAO RFID Inc., a member of GAO Group, was spun out from GAO Tek (formerly GAO Engineering) in July, 2006 as a result of its fast growing RFID business and its further heavy investment in this exciting market. GAO RFID has established itself as one of world’s most influential suppliers of RFID products, particularly RFID tags, labels, and readers. GAO emphasizes on product quality. Read More...

GAO Group
GAO Group is headquartered in Toronto, Canada. GAO Group has marketing, sales, customer support, manufacturing and R & D facilities in various countries, with most of its staff located in Canada, USA, China, and India.

The oldest Member Company, GAO Research Inc., was founded on June 2, 1992 and it quickly established its reputation as an R & D power house in the embedded industry. Since then, GAO Group has grown and has become a group of fast growing companies with an enormous international customer base and an extensive network of VARs, distributors, resellers, and strategic partners in diversified industries worldwide.

To provide unparalleled services to its enormous customer base spread out over the world, GAO Group has developed and deployed sophisticated technologies among its facilities to carry out such functions as e-commerce, inventory management, CRM, project management, and supply chain management.

GAO Group consists of:

GAO RFID Inc. (, was spun out from GAO Tek (formerly GAO Engineering) in July, 2006 as a result of its fast growing RFID business and its further heavy investment in this exciting market. GAO RFID has established itself as one of the world’s most influential suppliers of RFID products, particularly RFID tags, labels, and readers. GAO emphasizes on product quality. Read More...

GAO Tek Inc. (, formerly GAO Engineering, is an international leading provider of engineering development tools, security products, RFID, test and measurement instruments and electronic components that serve the needs of electronic design engineers and IT professionals throughout the world. Read More...

GAO Research Inc. (, a recognized international leading provider of leading-edge embedded communications software. Read More...

WowGao Inc. ( is an award winning leading event management company that produces, since 2003, internationally renowned conferences and expositions that address the latest innovations and developments in the information technology industry. Read More...

Headquarters of GAO Group
601 Milner Avenue, Suite 300
Toronto, Ontario
M1B 2K4
Tel: 416-292-0038
Fax: 416-292-2364

Contact Name:
Ronnie Sant

Marketing Coordinator

Address: 601 Milner Avenue, 2nd Floor.
Toronto, Ontario.
M1B 2K4 Canada

Corporate Phone: 1-416-292-0038
Corporate Fax: 1-416-292-2364

This release was published on openPR.

Permanent link to this press release:

Please set a link in the press area of your homepage to this press release on openPR. openPR disclaims liability for any content contained in this release.

You can edit or delete your press release Business RFID Strategy here

News-ID: 14222 • Views: 2495

More Releases from WOWGAO INC

IEEE WCET certification program at the 2008 Wireless & Mobile Expo and Conferenc …
Discover the IEEE Wireless Communication Engineering Technologies (IEEE WCET) certification program at the 2008 Wireless & Mobile Expo and Conference May 05, 2008 - Toronto, Canada – IEEE will showcase it's Wireless Engineering Technologies (IEEE WCET) certification program at the upcoming 2008 Wireless & Mobile Expo and Conference, scheduled on July 15 & 16, 2008 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in Toronto, Canada. The IEEE Wireless Communication Engineering Technologies (IEEE
Smart Systems for Health Agency (SSHA) – Partnering for e-Health Innovation
February 14, 2008- Toronto, Canada - Laurie Hicks, Vice President, Client Relationship Management, SSHA will deliver a presentation on SSHA partnering for e-Health at the 2008 Government & Health Technologies Conference and Expo, being hosted April 15 & 16, 2008 at the Design Exchange in Toronto Canada. This session will describe SSHA’s role in implementing e-Health in Ontario. SSHA was created in 2003 to electronically connect health care professionals to
Applications of Active Tags
Toronto, ON, July, 2006 - Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), an automatic recognition technology employing wireless communications, has recently drawn much attention. RFID tags, both passive tags and active tags are broadly used in virtually every industry in the world. Today, this paper will introduce how the active tag works and also discuss some applications. An active tag is an RFID tag that incorporates a battery, and can communicate with a reader
The EPC Class Structure
Toronto, ON, July, 2006 - The EPC Tag Class Structure is often misunderstood. 'Class' is not the same as 'Generation'. Class describes a tags basic functionality for example whether it has memory or a battery. Generation refers to a tag specification's major release or ver-sion number. The full name for what is popularly called EPC Generation 2 is actually EPC Class 1 Generation 2, indicating that the specification refers to

All 5 Releases

More Releases for RFID

RFID Readers Market Growth by 2027 | Fixed RFID Readers, Integrated RFID Readers …
Future Market Insights (FMI) has published a new research report titled “Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Readers Market: Global Industry Analysis (2012-2016) and Opportunity Assessment (2017-2027).” The report states that the growing penetration of advanced technology along with increasing supply chain complexities are encouraging consumers to adopt RFID technology. Owing to this, players operating in the RFID readers market are incessantly upgrading their product portfolios in order to meet the demands
Global RFID Tag Chips Market by Type, HF RFID Chip, UHF RFID Chip, LF RFID Chip, …
This study report Global RFID Tag Chips Market, the analyst provides growth estimates, forecasts, and an in-depth analysis of all key factors at play in the Market. The report takes into account the micro and macro factors that are likely to impact the growth trajectory of the Market. The study further presents details on the investments initiated by several organizations, institutions, government, and non-government bodies. The report investigates and analyzes the
RFID Equipment Market - The Rising Application of RFID In Healthcare RFID Techno …
The applications of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) have widened in the healthcare industry, ranging from tracking medical equipment, patient identification and blood transfer monitoring to tracking the path of medication from pharmacy to the patient. Due to this, the RFID equipment market has witnessed a high growth rate over the years. Providing clients with in-depth analysis and competitive intelligence, the research report evaluates the RFID equipment market and all
RFID Tag Chip Market: By Applications - HF RFID Tags, UHF RFID Tags, LF RFID Tag …
Latest industry research report on: Global and United States RFID Tag Chip Market | Industry Size, Share, Research, Reviews, Analysis, Strategies, Demand, Growth, Segmentation, Parameters, Forecasts Request For Sample Report @ This report studies the RFID Tag Chip market status and outlook of global and United States, from angles of players, regions, product types and end industries; this report analyzes the top players in global and United States market, and splits
rfid clear tag for rfid inventory (gyrfidstore)
RFID Disc Tags are widely used for inventory tracking system or Automatic production systems. The RFID Disc Tag can also work on metal surface with anti-metal layer on it, also can be attached to goods surface by adhesive layer. There are abundant size options from 12mm to 50mm. GYRFID presents several types with different material and size to suitable customer’s application. DIP Series- PVC Disc Tag, PVC Laminated, thickness of 1.0-1.2mm DIT
windshield rfid tag for rfid solutions(gyrfidstore)
The strength of RFID label or RFID Stickers compared with other tags is the thinner thickness, various size, flexible and cost efficient. It can be sealed inside of goods or stick on the device surface with adhesive layer. The label is also optional with anti-metal layer to mount and working on metal surface. GYRFID Provides different types Stickers to meet the requirement for different applications such as NFC Payments,