Companies spend millions of dollars in man hours and resources to track down the cause of manufacturing defects that lead to frequent breakdowns or even dangerous accidents. When your company relies on an RFID traceability system to monitor manufacturing, returns, and warranty requests, this process becomes much simpler.
You can monitor these departments to see what merchandise or equipment receives the most service requests. By scanning the RFID label affixed inside the product, it’s easy to gather essential data, such as:
• Manufacturing Date
• Place of Manufacture
• Brand & Type
• SKU Number
• Purchase Date
• Batch Number
Some equipment may contain multiple components manufactured in different facilities. Affix each component with an RFID tag to make it easier to track down which facility and even, assembly line, produced a defective part.
RFID also protects your brand by serving as another layer of authenticity verification. Counterfeit equipment and parts without these labels are easily identified. Consumers can always verify that they have purchased a branded product, even when purchased secondhand. Our durable, RFID labels can be scanned through metal, so there is no issue with the reader recognizing an internal tag.
When customers bring a product back for servicing or a repair that is covered under warranty, it is easy to confirm by scanning the RFID tag. Our RFID traceability software can pull purchase date and warranty information from your servers to display for local retailers. Instantly see if a product is still covered under the warranty and how much longer the warranty is good.
Litum delivers turnkey RFID traceability systems, including: