The world is getting smarter, faster and more intelligent and the line between the physical and digital world is blurring. As consumer demands continue to shift, businesses must find new ways to improve consumer experiences. Discover how RFID technology can improve inventory accuracy, drive supply chain efficiencies and improve consumer experience. Over the past 10 years RFID technology has been transforming the retail landscape enabling true omni-channel retailing and improving overall consumer experience. Moving forward flexible electronics has the power to take that to the next level, enhancing direct consumer connectivity with the brands through the product itself. Learn how RFID is playing a crucial role in enabling the IoT. From retail apparel to food, beauty and aviation, RFID is fast becoming the driving force behind connected products, creating endless opportunities for consumer engagement through the product itself.
Speaker Biography (Jeremy Schenof)
As senior director of Global RFID Solutions, Jeremy Schenof is responsible for defining RFID growth strategy and solution ecosystems, as well as managing key strategic partnerships to foster RFID adoption worldwide. Prior to this role, Jeremy held strategic leadership positions at Motorola Solutions and Target Corporation, and he worked as a management consultant with A.T. Kearney. Jeremy received a Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy from Brown University and earned his Master of Business Administration from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan
Company Profile (Avery Dennison RBIS)
Avery Dennison is a global leader in Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)-enabled solutions with more than 800 patents, and applications and global manufacturing capabilities that have produced more than 10 billion RFID tags and labels. Avery Dennison has an industry-leading solution development team that supports customers from business case development to complete solution roll-out. For more information, visit averydennison.com/RFID, and follow Avery Dennison RFID on LinkedIn