The ‘R’ in the ROI for RFID deployments , Part2 [Focus on Corporate Asset & Personnel Tracking]

In Part 2 of my 2 part series on ‘Returns’ from RFID based solution deployments (Part 1 being RFID based ROI for Vertically Integrated Manufacturers), let’s look at the benefits that our end-user community is obtaining from in the second solution area we focus on –> Corporate and Personnel Tracking with RFID.

The slides below were composed based on data gleaned from our end-user community using S3Edge’s software for Corporate Asset and Personnel Tracking in the Financial Services, & Corporate Security Industry Verticals – organizations where sensitive assets need to be protected at all times – or need to be verified in real-time along with the personnel carrying them – and often require real-time snapshots of where personnel are inside various building locations to aid in swift evacuations. So without further ado, let’s examine these scenarios and benefits in more detail:

On a related note, these scenarios are perhaps a lot more “packagable” in that a ‘1 click install’ for both web and device SW gets you up and running to achieve the desired results and I will address / showcase what I am talking about via a demo in a later post. 

As always, I’d love to get your thoughts and insights on the content and brainstorm additional areas where RFID adds value to your existing business process.

If you’d like to learn more and review a data-sheet / white-paper, along with a detailed deck on the scenarios and ROI for similar projects you are considering, send us a note at info@s3edge.com or sign up for a demo session online at www.s3edge.com

Look forward to hearing from you!

Cheers

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