Posts Tagged with “Suhong Li”

New research shows RFID is far from a failed technology

June 28th, 2011

Dismissed by some as an overpriced version of the bar code, RFID (radio frequency identification) has in fact been adopted by shippers and service providers as a useful tool in supply chain operations, according to research conducted by Bryant's John K. Visich, associate professor of management, and Suhong Li, associate professor of computer information systems.

In partnership with Pedro M. Reyes, associate professor of management at Baylor University, and DC Velocity magazine, they asked the magazine's readers whether they've deployed RFID and if they have, how they're using it, why they're using it, what barriers they've encountered, and what benefits they've gained (or hope to gain).

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Bryant profs see RFID aiding companies

December 1st, 2009

The Providence Business News reports on new research conducted by Bryant professors John Visich and Suhong Li demonstrating that radio-frequency identification "delivers a strong return on investment in a number of key areas."

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University researchers say RFID’s worth is proven when deployed enterprise-wide

November 23rd, 2009

Companies that deploy RFID across an entire supply chain or business enterprise realize substantial gains, though a "wall of silence" keeps them from sharing their success stories, according to Bryant faculty interviewed for an article in RFID Journal.

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New Bryant U. study clarifies the benefits of RFID on supply chain performance

November 19th, 2009

SMITHFIELD, R.I.  - Anecdotally, radio-frequency identification (RFID) has a reputation as a technology that has failed to live up to expectations. But in fact, RFID delivers a strong return on investment in several key areas of supply chain performance.

Those are the findings of two Bryant University professors whose paper, "Empirical Evidence of RFID Impacts on Supply Chain Performance," offers the first extensive review of quantitative data on how RFID technology has improved the performance of a variety of businesses.