Great Falls, VA, February 28, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- epcSolutions’ RFIDTagManager, the leading Department of Defense RFID solution platform provider, is now available specifically to meet Department of Defense RFID requirements.
RFIDTagManager for DoD allows suppliers to easily meet the DoD’s RFID requirements for tagging products being sent to RFID enabled locations and creating the electronic Wide Area Work Flow documents for those transactions. Through point-and-click wizards, RFIDTagManager for DoD allows suppliers to setup and configure their RFID hardware and then print and encode DoD compliant RFID labels.
RFIDTagManager for DoD includes WAWF Connections functionality that guides users through creating compliant Receiving Report transactions in WAWF, including Unique Identification (UID) and Pack Data. It will also allow users to send the document to a secure DoD FTP site. RFIDTagManager for DoD, built on epcSolutions’ SensorOS, allows the ability for end users to be able to meet the current DoD RFID requirements with a simple out of the box solution requiring no additional software. RFIDTagManager for the Department of Defense includes a full SQL database, EPCIS and connectivity to all the RFID hardware. RFIDTagManager for DoD is easily integrated with existing ERP and other back end systems such as Oracle, SAP, JD Edwards and others.
“We are very pleased to add RFIDTagManager for DoD to our suite of products,” states Kevin Kail, CEO epcSolutions. The solution supports all major Gen2 Printers and Readers including Zebra, Motorola, Printronix, Intermec, Datamax, Paxar, Omron, ThingMagic, Psion, Falcon and Sato.
For more information on RFIDTagManager for the Department of Defense, please call them at 703-757-4470 to request a webinar or more information or visit http://epcsolutions.com/prod/?q=rtm/dod
About epcSolutions, Inc.
epcSolutions, Inc. is the leading provider of RFID compliance software to the Wal*Mart, Sam’s Club and DoD supplier community. epcSolutions’ GS1Net3 application suite implements the GS1 System, a series of standards designed to improve supply chain management. The GS1 System includes: BarCodes - Numbering and bar coding; eCom - EDI (Electronic Data Interchange); Global Data Synchronization Network (GDSN) - data synchronization; EPCglobal - RFID (Radio Frequency Identification). The “Any Asset, One Network” application suite allows users to manage all four asset types found in a typical business: Work in Process, Finished Goods/Inventory, Fixed Assets and People. Visit www.epcsolutions.com or www.tetragate.com