Differences Between Rfid And Barcode

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1) Differences between RFID and Barcode: RFID and barcodes have some similarities since they both carry product information and they are both data collection technologies, which automate the process of collecting data. However, they have significantly differences which are as follows:  Barcode readers require a direct line of sight to printed barcode; RFID readers do not require a direct line of sight to either active RFID tags or passive RFID tags.  RFID tags can be read at much greater distances; and RFID reader can pull information form a tag at distances up to 300 feet. The range to read a barcode is much less, typically no more than 15 feet.  RFID tags much faster; read rates of forty or more tags per second are possible. Reading…show more content…
An ERP system supports most of the business functions such as manufacturing and production, Accounting and finance, supply chain management, inventory management, human resource management, customer relationship management, and more. It coordinates all the resources, information, and activities needed to complete business process. Major advantages of ERP • Provides control over various business process • Increase productivity, better inventory management, promotes quality, reduced material cost, effective human resource management, reduced overheads costs, boost profits and more. • Provides information across department in real time. • Eliminate the duplication and redundancy in data. • Better customer interaction increased throughout improves customer service. • Automates core business operations such as lead to cash, order to fulfilment, and procure-to- pay processes. • Improves financial compliance with regulatory standards and reduced risk. • Therefore, a centralized Enterprise Management system is required. 3) Deming, Juran and Crosby comparison: Deming 14 points Adopt the philosophy, Break down barriers ,Constant improvements, Constancy of purpose ,Do not rely on mass inspection, Do not award your business on price, Drive out fear, Eliminate slogans and exhortations, Eliminate quotas, Educating and retraining, Pride of workmanship, Plan of action, Training
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