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Modernized label printing tools to help your operations keep up with ever changing demands and regulations – all in one powerful software package.

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Asset tracking software for monitoring equipment and assets. Optimize usage, locate tools faster, and improve efficiency with our RFID applications.


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Relied on by thousands of customers worldwide, MarkMagic solves barcoding, labeling, forms, design, and printing challenges in one powerful software package.

Edgefinity IoT →

A powerful software application that combines RFID technology with real-time tracking capabilities, and helps users track assets, locate inventory, and monitor employees.

EdgeMicro →

A simple RFID starter solution that solves common issues in logistical and inventory management. Deploy RFID into your supply chain without big investments or customizations.


[2024 RFID Integration Guide]

Have you been handed an RFID tag mandate from one of your retail partners? This ebook is a complete guide that will help manufacturers, and distributors reap great benefits from deploying RFID into your operations.


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RFID - supply chain technology

If you had talked to any major retailer or manufacturer 5 – 10 years ago, They would have told you RFID was likely going to be part of their future. Exactly how and when? Those details were unclear.

Today, 40% of items made by major apparel and genera manufacturers have RFID tags (according to data found by GS1). Roughly 50% of manufacturers and 57% of retailers are implementing RFID technology today. Whether you’re a “glass is half full” kind of person or not, the increases across the manufacturing and retail landscape are impressive. People are gravitating to RFID.

So, when Target and Amazon announced their intentions of using RFID to improve their supply chain, it shouldn’t have come as a surprise to anyone in the auto-ID industry. Yet, it was definitely notable because of just how big the two companies are.

Amazon has 100 distribution centers worldwide, and serves 137 million customers per week. Target 38 distribution centers in the United States, 1,795 stores, and generates over $70 billion in annual revenue. Target and Amazon make up a massive portion of the retail pie, both online and in stores. For years, economists and tech geeks alike have predicted RFID as the major component in the future of item tracking. This could be the watershed moment.