Dedicated to working together to improve visibility and inventory accuracy in the Australian supply chain.
We are a group of likeminded companies, suppliers, solution providers and Associations who have come together to collaborate and ensure that Australian supply chain remains competitive on a global scale. RFID technology is rapidly evolving and the ability to leverage its benefits are increasing.
What we do
We are committed to improving visibility within the supply chain and improving inventory accuracy through the implementation of standards and RFID technology.
Working together in a non-competitive and neutral environment, we share projects, experiences, solutions and case studies to benefit the industry.
RFID presents an amazing array of opportunities to help solve and improve a raft of existing and well-known issues. From stocktake to loss prevention, as well as improving the customer experience, RFID has already proven it can be the foundation for these projects and many more.
This group is focused on understanding the benefits and accelerating the use of RFID technology within supply chain across Australia.
RFID projects are transformational and exciting! However, in Australia we have no central entity when it comes to resources or knowledge gathering. This group is designed to:
RFID can increase efficiency over standard barcode technology by reading multiple tags at once. Tags are able to store more information per chip than a barcode, and wireless scanners that have the ability to instantly identify and capture data when within scanning range.
10 Major benefits and implementations:
Automatic non-line of sight scanning
Improved inventory management & visibility
Asset tracking and returnable items
Accurate item level tracking
Traceable warranties and product recalls
Quality control and regulation
Improved Loss Prevention capability
Warehouse and factory inventory management
Who we are
Investing in the future of Australasian supply chain
"If you walk into our stores and said you're going to take RFID away, our associates would probably kill you."
Jonathan Aitken, Director IT - Lululemon Athletica