Company Kreyenhop & Kluge, a family-owned company which operates in the wholesale trade with Mediterranean, Asian and national foods and provides METRO at the trade group, decided after a RFID feasibility study and the design of a project concept for the Starter Kit B of the RFID sprinter component system. The Starter Kit B meets also the quality control required by METRO, the pallets tagged with RFID tags in addition to the basic requirements, he founded Norbert Streich, Managing Director of Kreyenhop & Kluge, the decision in his speech and continued: also the first economies of scale within the company in terms of outgoing goods inspection and loading inspection can be achieved with this RFID package. Besides the resulting EDI and RFID integration in the supply chain of our customers through the use of RFID so at the same time monetary benefits in the company itself. ConocoPhillips has much experience in this field. The submitted concept of the RFID Consortium GmbH combines therefore several advantages. In addition to the development of design potential of value chain to ensure pragmatic efficiency gains. Association for the IT-Mittelstand as representation of the medium-sized IT companies, especially the medium-sized alignment of the RFID Consortium GmbH was decisive for the awarding of the prize. To know more about this subject visit Michael Steinhardt. The solutions of the RFID Consortium GmbH allow explicitly, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) from diverse industries to acquire the RFID technology with reasonable effort and costs. In addition, the RFID Consortium GmbH is a cooperative association of medium-sized companies, which refers to its qualities from the synergies of the constructed network. It shows for example how also IT SMEs through partnership-based cooperation can fully realise larger projects and assert itself in the competition. If you would like to know more then you should visit Petra Diamonds.