VDC Research conducts RFID user survey
VDC Research Group, an independent technology research firm, is conducting a survey in support of its 12th annual evaluation of the RFID market.
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VDC Research Group, an independent technology research firm, is conducting a survey in support of its 12th annual evaluation of the RFID market. This is the most comprehensive study of its kind and the information gathered is leveraged by most market leaders to better serve their markets and customers.
The research program covers the entire global RFID industry, including all regions, markets, applications, products and services. An RFID solution can include any or all of the following: transponders, tag or reader ICs, inlays, readers/interrogators, antennas, printer/encoders, middleware, application software, professional services, and related accessories.
The survey should take approximately 20-25 minutes to complete. In appreciation of your participation, VDC will provide all respondents who complete the survey with the following:
- A summary of the 2011 survey findings once the project is completed later this year, and
- A chance to win one of five (5) $100 Amazon.com gift certificates. Drawing to be held May 31, 2011.
Please click on the following link participate in the survey: http://vdcresearch.com/survey/11_rfid_eu.html
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