We interviewed Matjez Novak and Tom Vieweger about RFID projects from a software vendor's point of view. Pharmaceutical wholesaler, Alba Ukraine, is equipped with Nordic ID Morphic mobile computers for tracking their supply chain.
NEW article in our interview series
1-ON-2 with Matjaz Novak and Tom
The time has come to hear two software vendors' point of views
on RFID. We interviewed Matjaz Novak and Tom Vieweger from Enso
Detego, a company specialized in Auto-ID software
Matjaz Novak is the Marketing Director and Tom Vieweger
the responsible Key Account Manager of Enso Detego. Both of them
have a great deal of insight when it comes to figuring out the
individual software needs of retailers. They emphasize the
importance of participating in the IT project from the very
beginning of detecting needs to the testing and running of the
chosen IT-solution. And the work doesn't end there. Giving support
and continuously perfecting the system is a never-ending
Read more about their views here.
Pharmaceutical wholesaleR Alba Ukraine
adopts RFID in their supply chain
Tagnology Group equips Nordic ID readers with GPS module for
pharmaceutical tracking solution.
Alba Ukraine was on a quest for an easy-to-use RFID solution
with GPS tracking possibilities for streamlining their supply
chain. To meet their demands Nordic ID partner Tagnology Group
chose Nordic ID Morphic mobile computer and equipped it with a GPS
module. The intuitive user interface of the device makes it easy to
use for non-technical staff.
Read the whole case study.
A great weekend to you all!