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RFID Asset Management Solutions: Improving Asset Accountability and Audit Efficiency

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Wednesday, August 04, 2010
01:00 PM - 02:00 PM EDT
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RFID Asset Management Solutions: Improving Asset Accountability and Audit Efficiency

Government Agencies across a broad spectrum of functional areas rely on critical assets to drive their daily activities. While these asset types vary across functional areas, there is still a common need for asset visibility. Join Lowry for a discussion surrounding total asset visibility and compliance marking and tracking mandates, such as DoD MIL-STD-130N, Item Unique Identification (IUID). Learn how Lowry’s Secure Visibility Asset Control System can improve asset accountability while dramatically impacting audit efficiency. The webinar will explore how RFID can help government organizations automatically track and secure critical assets — with very little human intervention. This real-time technology takes asset management to the next level, providing unprecedented visibility, accuracy and security.


Join Lowry for a discussion surrounding total asset visibility to support the acquisition, management and disposal of mission critical assets and the best in class technologies such as RFID, IUID and AIT to capture this information.

Presenter:

Jeff Tazelaar
Auto-ID Industry Expert
Lowry Computer

Jeff Tazelaar is an auto-ID industry expert who has spent many of those years focused on RFID.   He currently oversees the product management for the company, while simultaneously working with Sales and Technical Services to develop strategies to penetrate new markets and build industry awareness of Lowry's products and services.  Jeff has specific RFID industry professional experience with Wal-Mart retail stores, helping to manage the world's largest RFID labeling initiative to thousands of its suppliers.  He holds a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science Degree in Packaging from Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan.