Significant Usage of RFID and Barcode in Logistic Management

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Abhishek Tiwari, Dr. Sourabh Singha Roy


In this research, the researcher suggested the significant use of barcodes and radio-frequency identification (RFID) wireless non-contact systems, which use radio-frequency electromagnetic fields to transfer data from an attached tag to an object for automatic identification purposes. The objectives of this research study are to facilitate businesses to reduce costs, especially when they use barcodes for inventory products, raw materials, office supplies and everything in between. With a single scan, barcodes help employees identify, identify items, and retrieve other information such as price, pricing or supplier. RFID technology enables many shipping and logistics companies to achieve precise shipping, receiving and order accuracy rates - as well as greater inventory accuracy, almost 30% faster order processing speed and a 30% reduction in labor costs. Barcodes are very important for any business that sells physical goods (Smart, Au et al., 2010). They are used as part of the purchase and refund process in brick-and-mortar stores, to track inventory and packages in warehouses, and to transport carriers to trace and track shipments in real time mode. The detailed survey research design was used to conduct a self-designed questionnaire consisting of open and closed-end items for 120 respondents using a non-probability feature random sample. Closed-end items are measured on a five-point liqueur scale. Data are compiled  using IBM- SPSS at 0.05 significant level  and presented  results in descriptive and   inferential statistical form. Based on statistical analysis and  currently available data the researcher recommended that Barcode and RFID technology are enabled and having a significant impact on logistics management.

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