With the increasing deployment of RFID across a variety of business domains, from traditional supply-chain scenarios through to tracking of any critical assets within a business such as specialist equipment within a health-care environment, criminal justice even through to critical document tracking.
This seminar provides an overview of the Microsoft platform for RFID and includes customer case studies and demonstrations of the platform. The Microsoft platform for RFID is BizTalk Server 2006 R2.
BizTalk RFID puts real-time, asset visibility within reach of every customer, spanning systems, people, and processes both within and across organizational boundaries. BizTalk RFID empowers customers to make informed business decisions with real-time data from geographically dispersed, yet integrated systems—putting you one step ahead of the competition. All this coupled with the confidence of an enterprise-class infrastructure, regardless of your company size. Your business, connected.
10:00am - 10:30am
Arrival and Registration
Welcome & Introductions
RFID Scenarios & Microsoft Approach – How the Microsoft RFID platform provides solutions for some typical business problems addressed by RFID.
Customer Case Studies - Overview of how BizTalk RFID has been deployed by customers across a variety of different business domains such as supply-chain, restaurants and asset management
Demonstration – Demonstration of RFID platform and capabilities
Close & Final Q&A – Open question and answer session and closing remarks
Microsoft London (Cardinal Place), 100 Victoria Street, London SW1E 5JL click here for a map
You will have a better understanding of how Microsoft RFID technologies can help your organization gain greater visibility to the edge of their enterprise and integrate data to drive and improve business performance.
This event will be particularly valuable to senior IT professionals interested in RFID and the Microsoft platform for RFID.
Please click on the above link to register. Space is limited and therefore it is advisable to register early to avoid disappointment.