Vehnet and RF Code Announce Partnership

AUSTIN, TX /BUSINESS WIRE/ -- Vehnet, a recognized leader in advanced yard management systems, and RF Code Inc., a leading provider of active RFID asset location and sensor solutions, have announced a strategic partnership that will enable their combined technology to deliver the most advanced active RFID solution for the logistics and industrial marketplace.

While some warehouse management systems and transport management systems include a yard management element typically, these are minor modules with limited functionality. Furthermore, such systems do not generally include the fully integrated real-time asset location tracking data essential to optimize processes and reduce asset management costs.

"The impact of inaccurate or out-of-date information can have far-reaching consequences for the supply chain, including additional costs, disrupted production, and poor customer service," said Steve Jones, Managing Director of Vehnet. "The new Vehnet and RF Code solution for reusable containers is a great example of how two logistics professionals are working together to eliminate 'black holes' in customer supply chains, improving efficiency and saving costs. We are very excited about this innovative initiative and have already had strong interest from a number of customers."

"We are delighted to announce this strategic partnership with Vehnet", said Mitch Medford, CEO of RF Code. "Supply chains require real-time and accurate data in order to remain efficient and profitable. This unique combined solution will dramatically reduce cost, time, and effort in these challenging environments."

The solution from Vehnet and RF Code delivers an accurate yet affordable, real-time wire-free tracking system that improves management of finished goods, reusable packaging, and key individual components while providing visibility and control across every aspect of the yard, from complex, multi-site operations to single-site deployments.

Additional information about the solution and detailed product information can be located online.

To learn more about the integration of real-time asset tracking in supply chain management, register online for the webinar "From Just-in-time to Predictively On-time: Assuring the Uninterrupted Profitable Flow of Products through the Supply Chain."

Date: July 11, 2013
Time: 1:00 PM, Central Time
Register online.

About RF Code
RF Code is one of the world's fastest growing, leading providers of distributed IT environmental monitoring and asset management solutions. Its patented tracking and sensor technologies are deployed by many of the Fortune 250 and help manage the global data centers of some of the largest IT service providers. RF Code is an essential component of the asset management, risk and compliance assurance, and automated control systems in healthcare, IT Services, industrial supply chains, facilities management, and natural resources/oil and gas industries. The company is headquartered in Austin, TX, with offices and partners in the UK, EMEA, Australia, Asia, and South America.

About Vehnet
Vehnet is the global leader in specialist software for automotive logistics, including yard, workshop, and transportation management IT, with systems in operation worldwide. The challenges in automotive are faced by other industrial sectors. Vehnet's Advance software is designed to meet the challenges of these increasingly demanding and rapidly evolving environments. Richly functional and very flexible, Vehnet's systems include advanced optimization algorithms and, based on preconfigured modules, can be built to fit precise business requirements without need for expensive and time-consuming software development.

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