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RFID Implementation Part II

RFID Imlimentation II
April 6, 2005, 1pm EST.

In this section you will hear about:
  • Identifying opportunity areas for initial RFID deployment: How Dell does it
  • Tools for building a RFID business case
  • RFID applications areas: Where RFID can be used in the short term and which applications should be delayed

  • Click here to download an .mp3 podcast of the event (Audio Only)


 

SPEAKERS FOR THIS EVENT INCLUDE:
  • Mark Dinning, RFID Leader, Dell Learn More

 


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ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS:

Mark Dinning is the RFID Project Leader in the Supply Chain Engineering Group at Dell Inc.  He co-authored two articles: “Getting on Board” describes Dell’s experience and advice when building an RFID business case, while “Fighting Friction” illustrates the applied use of RFID technology.  The articles appear in APICS Magazine in October 2004 and February 2003, respectively.  Mark has a Masters of Engineering in Supply Chain Management from MIT and a Bachelor of Arts in Business Economics from UCLA.  Mark wrote his thesis in conjunction with the Auto-ID Center, the organization responsible for the development and standardization of RFID technology.  Prior to Dell Inc. and MIT, he was one of the original employees at Tickets.com.  Mark began his career at Deloitte & Touche and is a Certified Public Accountant.


 
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