“Our goal is to lead the industry in slashing barriers to adoption and provide compelling business value for our customers”, stated Diana Hage, President and CEO, RFID Global Solution.
Reston, VA (PRWEB) April 7, 2010
RFID Global Solution, Inc., the leading provider of real time visibility solutions, announces the availability of Visi-Trac Cloud Services, the industry’s first Cloud Computing offering.
Visi-Trac Cloud Services introduces a reliable and secure Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) delivery model for the enterprise version of Visi-Trac. Visi-Trac CS provides the same data capture, aggregation, reporting and back-end integration as the enterprise version without the upfront investments. As such, it saves time and money while improving operational visibility.
“Our goal is to lead the industry in slashing barriers to adoption and provide compelling business value for our customers”, stated Diana Hage, President and CEO, RFID Global Solution. “The introduction of Visi-Trac Cloud Services simplifies deployments by removing time, cost and complexity from setup and installation. We want to change our customers’ experience with RFID and make it easy and affordable to get started.”
Visi-Trac Cloud Services allows customers to adopt and deploy RFID with little to no software installation. With per user/ per month billing plans, Visi-Trac CS requires no upfront costs for small to medium size businesses who wish to take advantage of the benefits of RFID. The level of investment can be paced to meet the customer’s adoption needs.
“In 2009, we re-defined how enterprises view real time visibility with the launch of Visi-Trac. With today’s Visi-Trac Cloud Services announcement, we will re-define how our customers achieve RFID adoption and ROI,” commented Joe White, Chief Operating Officer, RFID Global Solution. Visi-Trac CS leverages two leading IT trends – the move to web-based delivery and the breakthrough data capture technology of RFID - to provide maximum value to customers.
The many benefits of implementing Visi-Trac Cloud Services include: the ability to bypass complicated software configuration and deploy in as little as one hour; having a scalable environment which can grow as customers’ needs grow; and being able to easily exchange EPC data with trading partners. Visi-Trac CS provides secure data protection and a superior ROI.
Visi-Trac CS can integrate with most enterprise systems with web services capability such as IBM Maximo, Oracle eAM and Microsoft Dynamics GP, via its web services APIs. These API’s allow easy connectivity to anyone from anywhere.
Customers who should consider Visi-Trac CS include:
- Small to medium businesses that have been challenged by the upfront costs associated with getting started with RFID
- Large businesses confronted with enterprise systems integration and the need to reconfigure their infrastructure to incorporate RFID
- All businesses interested in asset tracking, inventory management or mobile solutions such as retail inventory, data center/IT asset tracking, e-pedigree and track and trace,
- Businesses looking to find a low-cost, secure means of exchanging data with trading partners
Key features of Visi-Trac CS include web-based access, an easy-to-use interface, and support for multiple host types. Additional features include a full suite of secure web services for data access, real time reporting, alert notifications, over a dozen standard reports, support for Visi-Trac Mobile client devices, and a 99.9% availability guaranty.
About RFID Global Solution, Inc.
RFID Global Solution, Inc. is a leading provider of real time visibility solutions to the Aerospace and Defense, Federal and Financial Services markets. Our flagship software product, Visi-Trac™, is a modular software offering with multiple applications for Asset Tracking, Data Center/IT Asset Management and Work-in-Process Visibility. To learn more, please visit http://www.rfidgs.com , contact us at sales(at)rfidgs(dot)com, or call 1-866-RFID-123.
For more information, visit us at booth 227 at RFID Journal Live! 2010 in Orlando, April 14-16, 2010.