RFID in the supply chain : lessons from European early adopters

@article{White2008RFIDIT,
  title={RFID in the supply chain : lessons from European early adopters},
  author={A. White and Mark I. Johnson and H. Wilson},
  journal={International Journal of Physical Distribution \& Logistics Management},
  year={2008},
  volume={38},
  pages={88-107}
}
Purpose – Radio frequency identification (RFID) is increasingly being presented as a technology with the potential to improve supply chain performance, but empirical evidence from early adopters is sparse. This paper aims to rectify this scarcity and contribute to a more informed discussion in and between academic and practitioner communities.Design/methodology/approach – The paper is based on a conceptual model of factors influencing the success of adoption efforts. It then reports the results… Expand

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