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Brian Carmichael

Brian graduated university in 2000 from St. Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada where he was very involved in campus activities; vice president of the students’ union, hosted the open mic night in the pub, member of the university’s Academic Senate and other committees. As a result Brian was awarded the Angus Langille award for ‘Senior Student of the Year’.

After graduation Brian started working in sales for an international office products and furnishings company where he enjoyed a lot of success. He left this role in 2005 as a Senior Sales Representative to join what was then PAL (Program Applications Ltd.), the predecessor to SYSPRO Business Solutions.

Today Brian’s role is Regional Sales Manager for SYSPRO Canada’s office in Halifax. The same things that got Brian excited about work when he started working at SYSPRO are keeping him busy and entertained today – helping companies become more efficient with their information systems so they can focus on what makes them money.

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How Widespread RFID Adoption Would Change Distribution Businesses

Posted on 29 January 2015 by Brian Carmichael

brian_c_rfid_adoptionRadio Frequency Identification (RFID) works a lot like barcodes letting you scan products, or anything else you put a barcode on, and instantly get serial and product information on that object. The big difference is that barcode scanners physically need line-of-sight to the barcode while RFID can automatically read a tag if it is within range.

Check out my post on RFID vs Barcodes for more information on how these technologies compare.

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Topics: Supply Chain Management

RFID vs Barcodes

Posted on 20 January 2015 by Brian Carmichael

rfid_vs_barcodesRadio Frequency Identification, or RFID, has been the next-generation technology to replace barcodes for some time. While RFID hasn’t come close to eclipsing barcodes yet, adoption of the technology continues to grow.

While there are some novel uses for RFID, most companies employ RFID to do the same things as barcodes, and for the same reasons.

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