Jamison RFID announces strategic partnership with Barcoding, Inc.

Partnership to expand solutions for the warehouse, distribution and third party logistics (3PL) markets.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
February 26, 2014 - MMH Editorial

Jamison RFID (a division of Jamison Door Company), a leading manufacturer and integrator of purpose-built RFID portals and communications enclosures, has announced a strategic partnership with Barcoding, Inc., a leader in enterprise-wide mobility solutions.

Through this partnership, the companies will facilitate the adoption of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology and solutions in the warehouse, distribution and third party logistics (3PL) markets.

Under the terms of the agreement, Barcoding, Inc. will be demonstrating the full line of Jamison RFID portals in its Chicago-based Technology Integration Center (TIC). In addition, the company will be recommending, procuring, configuring and supporting Jamison RFID portal hardware.

Tom O’Boyle, director of RFID, Barcoding, Inc., said, “After launching our new, dedicated RFID practice, RFID by Barcoding, earlier this year, we’ve continued to grow our partner network of leading technology providers whose solutions complement our integration expertise. With Jamison’s RFID portals, we can provide customers with additional hardware options to ensure a complete, end-to-end implementation of an RFID system that maximizes efficiency, accuracy, and connectivity.”

“As a leader in Supply Chain Automation and Mobility solutions, Barcoding, Inc. brings a unique understanding of radio frequency communication as well as experience deploying and supporting reader technology,” said Anthony Dublino, Jamison RFID director of commercial sales, North America.  “The company’s commitment to identifying and connecting the potential benefits of RFID with the real world needs of its customers makes Barcoding, Inc. the ideal partner to round out our portfolio of RFID-related offerings.”

Jamison RFID and Barcoding, Inc. will be showcasing their RFID technology and solutions in Booth #3027 at MODEX 2014, March 17-20, at the Georgia World Congress in Atlanta, Ga.



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