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RFID Applications Requirements Cover

Writing the application requirements for an RFID project is critical to its success. Many companies, and even some experienced integrators, get tripped up during an RFID project because they failed to write complete and detailed application requirements before work began. The RFID Professional Institute consulted with experienced RFID end users and integrators who have completed multiple successful RFID projects to develop an Application Requirements Template that companies can use to ensure they write requirements that are complete, well-thought-out and will lead to success.


The editable Microsoft Word documents explains in clear, concise terms the aspects of the solution that must be described and documented and gives general examples to help guide companies writing RFID application requirements for the first time. 


The document explains how to define the current business problem RFID is meant to address, identify the causes, and describe the proposed solution. Among the topics covered are:


•    Major system capabilities

•    System conditions or limitations

•    Application/system users

•    User requirements 

•    Proposed new processes

•    Proposed changes to existing processes

•    Proposed elimination of processes

•    Company policies and regulatory requirements

•    Data requirements

•    Training requirements

•    Success criteria and how to define them


Purchase the  RFID Professional Institute’s Application Requirements Template.

RFID Applications Requirements Cover

Save time and make sure your project stays on track.



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