Montreal, Canada (PressExposure) April 15, 2008 -- Ship2Save announced today that it is offering an above market value package at below market price for manufacturers to attain true EPC compliancy as per their business requirements. This effort comes in due course of retail powerhouses further pursuing their strategies for greater market adoption of RFID technology as an enabler of true supply chain visibility and the establishment of a collaborative marketplace.
"It is clear that the immediate need for most compliancy weary organizations is to implement a basic reliable solution at the lowest possible cost," explains Amninder Singh, Director of Product Development. "Without cutting corners, we have developed such a package by leveraging our strategic alliances with leaders like SATO America, and the modular architecture of the Operation Management System (OMSÂ®). The software is scalable and requires minimal configuration at this level, offering a huge potential to the user without overwhelming him," adds Singh.
The completeness of the EPC compliancy bundle consists of a RFID handheld, a SATO Industrial RIFD Printer, a roll of labels, OMS EPC Compliant Software, and a complimentary RFID training course. Collaborating with its major partners to meet the growing needs of manufacturers for RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology application solutions, Ship2Save solidifies its commitment to furthering EPC/RFID technologies.
"The adoption of this technology in the market continues a strong and steady growth and so does the product solution needs of tier 1 providers such as Ship2Save, stated Mike Beedles, Director of Integration Solutions for SATO America, Inc.
"Ship2Save has been a great partner for us in Canada and afford us the penetration into their region of influence to deploy our RFID solutions that resolve the requirements of our clients."
"We are a strong advocate of generating a positive return on investment for the RFID systems we deploy." insists Dino De Luca, President, Ship2Save. "However," continues De Luca, "some firms may only benefit from such a system only in the long run, and require only a basic quick fix. To make sure companies adopt the system that fits them best, we have developed distinct solution packages to answer their immediate specific needs while taking into account their possible future requirements."