RFID Technology

Radio Frequency Identification


Radio Frequency Identification

Business Computing anticipated the advent of new technology, such as RFID, to allow easy integration with Microsoft Dynamics NAV platform. Today, where e-Jewelry software is being deployed, our software can handle RFID technology in diverse functions to keep track of your inventory instantaneously.


Strategic Partnership with the Industry Leader

TracTech™ Systems is the leader in RFID inventory management thanks to its revolutionary system of RFID tags and readers. TracTech™ Systems eliminates human error and identifies large batches of items instantly, so there is no need to count inventory by hand. Everyone knows ROI as return on investment, but with TracTech Systems™, ROI takes on a whole new definition – Reliable, On-Time Inventory.

TracTech™ technology uses Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology to scan hundreds of diamond parcels or jewelry items in a matter of seconds. Its ability to scan items in bulk translates to a significant reduction in time and labor. There is no longer a need to individually scan bar-coded items, so a physical inventory check or full sample line transfer can be done in minutes. When you purchase e-Jewelry Software, you will never have to go anywhere else for your inventory tracking needs as e-Jewelry and TracTech™ Systems are fully integrated and compatible.



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How Does RFID Technology Work?

RFID tags are comprised of a tiny microchip which is attached to an small antenna. Basic RFID tags can be as large as a 4x6" label or as small as quarter and usually cost anywhere from 10-cents to a dollar once integrated into an adhesive label or package.

More advanced tags can have sensors and batteries attached to enhance their functionality and read range but are more costly. To read the tags, RFID readers emit radio signals that prompt all of the RFID tags within range to respond with their unique IDs in rapid sequence. The reader then passes this information on to be looked up in a local database to determine the product's identity.

In many cases the unique ID stored on the tag is an Electronic Product Code (EPC). EPC numbers are passed to the EPC network which, in turn, will identify the product manufacturer, product type (SKU), and can provide updated tracking information.

  • EPC standards used to meet compliance with major retailers and Department stores
  • Faster receiving, pack-out, and shipping operations.
  • Inventory tracking levels with a high level of accuracy – 99.5%.-
  • Immediate confirmation at shipping to pass ASN information.
  • Quality control of each carton and its contents, without opening the carton.
  • Enhanced security to reduce inventory shrinkage.
  • Complete historical tracking providing an audit trail written to each RFID tag.