Monthly Archives: August 2012

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Intelligent, Automated Prescription Drug Fulfillment Reduces Pharmacy Errors, Cuts Healthcare Costs

Researchers estimate there are about 57,000 pharmacies in the United States distributing nearly 3.8 billion prescriptions each year. To me, that means there are (at least) 3.8 billion chain-of-custody hand-offs each year that directly impact the safety, quality, security and of course, the cost of prescribed medications. How efficient and effective is the distribution process for these drugs? The answer to that question may astound Read More →


Senator Scott Brown Tours SencorpWhite and Discusses Current Challenges to US Manufacturing

Two years ago, the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) presented its Manufacturing Legislative Excellence Award to U.S. Senator Scott Brown –and that was the first time ever that a Bay State lawmaker had won NAM’s top award for supporting policies that enhance the competitiveness of American manufacturers. Since then, Senator Brown has been steadfast in his commitment to economic growth, and that’s why I was Read More →

Walmart RFID tag

Top Three Reasons Manufacturers Need to Think About Item-level RFID (Again)

We’ve all been hearing about the enormous potential of radio frequency identification (RFID) for at least a decade. But, for a variety of reasons, widespread acceptance/adoption of item-level RFID in the manufacturing sector has been somewhat elusive. Is all that about to change? Earlier this year, analysts predicted the global RFID market will reach $19.3 billion (USD) in 2014 –that’s a compound annual growth rate Read More →