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Presentation from MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge RFID Circle Event: DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION: The Internet of Things & Long-range RFID + Sensors -Improving the Retail Flow of Goods. on November 5

Presentation from MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge RFID Circle Event: DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION: The Internet of Things & Long-range RFID + Sensors -Improving the Retail Flow of Goods. on November 5

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  • 1. Transion  to  RFID  -­‐  Challenges  and  Benefits  for  Logis3cs  Providers  and  their  Customers      Port  Logiscs  Group    Greg  Morello  Chief  Markeng  Officer    
  • 2. Port  Logiscs  Group  is  a     Third-­‐Party  Logiscs  Provider   §  Located  at  Import  “Gateways”   §  Warehousing   §  Transporta:on   §  Distribu:on   §  Value-­‐Added  Services  
  • 3. Retail  Industry  Expert   Apparel  &   Household   Home     Consumer   Hardware   Accessories   Appliances   Goods   Electronics  
  • 4. Mul-­‐Channel  Distribuon   RETAILERS   MANUFACTURERS   INTERNET  FULFILLMENT    
  • 5. Crical  RFID  Capabilies  for  Logiscs  Providers     Inbound  Scan  &  Verify   Pick  –  Pack  (order)  Validaon   Outbound  Scan  &  Verify   “Tag  Neutral”-­‐  on-­‐site  prin3ng,  bulk  encoding    
  • 6. RFID  Challenges  for  Logiscs  Providers     Scale  (data)   Speed   Transion    Mul3ple  customers,  systems,   capabili3es,  technologies,   hardware  types    
  • 7. 85,133,900   39,982,700  Cartons   Items  
  • 8. Carton-­‐Level   Item  Level  Inventory  Control   Inventory  Control       Inbound  Receipt   Inbound  Receipt   Locaon   Locaon   Quanty     Quanty   Outbound  Ship  Confirm   Size   Color     Style   Packaging     Value  Added  Services   Ki]ng,  Repack,   Tickeng…  
  • 9. §  RFID    Program  Goals   §  Inventory  Visibility  &  Mgmt.   §  Order  Fulfillment  Accuracy   §  RFID  Enabled  Supply  Chain   §  Warehouse  Processes   §  100%  inbound  RFID  Scan     §  Pick  Validaon   §  100%  outbound  RFID  Scan   §  Realize  Benefits  of  RFID   tagged-­‐goods  at  Retail   Stores….  
  • 10. Benefits  for  our  Clients     Accuracy   Item-­‐Level  Inventory  Visibility   Reduced  or  eliminated  “charge-­‐ backs”   Compliance  with  major  retailer   requirements    
  • 11. Logiscs  Provider  Benefits     Producvity   Accuracy   Inventory  Reconciliaon   Locate  Product   Compeve  Advantage  
  • 12. Connecvity  Leverage  in  3PL  RFID  Model   BUSINESS   PROCESS   INTEGRATED     &  OPEN     SYSTEM  INTER-­‐ INTER-­‐CONNECTIVITY   OPERABILITY  
  • 13. Summary  –  from  the  Logiscs  Provider’s  Point  of  View…     Large  retailer  requirements  -­‐  as  always  -­‐  will  drive  RFID   acceptance  and  usage   Benefits  are  real  and  measureable  for  3PLs,  manufacturers   Mulple  systems  /  hardware  /  processes  will  need  to   peacefully  co-­‐exist  during  the  transion