INVENT at “CeBit 2014” in Hanover, Germany.
The RFID based system attracted a lot of interest from many potential customers and partners from around the globe – Germany, Brazil, Italy, Turkey, UAE, Sweden, Malaysia, Romania, Greece, Russia and others, and as a whole there were conducted around 40 meetings to discuss possible partnerships and adoption of the inventory system INVENT.
Kimberly-Clark Gets an Early WinKimberly-Clark, the global health and hygiene company based in Irving, Texas, has been testing radio frequency identification's ability to improve the execution of its in-store promotions. The company worked with OATSystems to conduct a pilot program with Wal-Mart to track and manage promotional displays of its Depend and Poise incontinence products in hundreds of stores. The result: improved execution of in-store promotions by more than 20 percent at RFID-enabled stores.
source: RFID Journal