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Inventory Control Software

Maintain a central database of inventory counts and locations within your facility. Automate records every time an item is received, moved, or shipped.

Integrating RFID with Inventory Control Software

The more information you know about your inventory, the more control you have to make important decisions. Integrating RFID into your inventory process enhances your information and visibility including:

  • Itemized consumption data
  • Accurate inventory waste data
  • Increased stock level accuracy
  • Automated ordering and reporting

RFID technology combined with inventory control software maintains a central database for all inventory is simplified. RFID readers read tagged items as they move throughout your operation and then the read data is automatically uploaded to your software.

Benefits of Integrating RFID with Inventory Control Software

Creating an inventory solution that combines RFID technology with intelligent software takes your inventory process to the next level. An inventory process that uses RFID technology can help your operation by:

  • Reducing Ordering CostsWith accurate stock levels, your ordering becomes more tailored to your organization’s needs. Spending on items that don’t need to be replenished is thus reduced.
  • Reducing Operating Costs: RFID readers are able to scan multiple tags at once with greater accuracy. This reduces personnel time that’s spent on scanning tasks, while simultaneously achieving a higher level of accuracy.
  • Increased Data Visibility: RFID solutions are the most accurate way to do an inventory. RFID technology improves barcode systems and is far better than manual/paper-based inventory processes. With better data, you can better analyze trends and create better plans over time.

Getting Started with RFID

Getting started with RFID requires a little bit more than buying a reader and slapping a tag on what you want to track. Our solutions are strategically designed for your warehouse’s requirements. As a result, we take the time to evaluate which combination of RFID tags, readers, antennas, printers, and software will work best for your specific application.

With over 20 years of experience working with our customers, we have seen many common challenges and mishaps when implementing RFID systems. When you work with RMS Omega, you work with a dedicated Account Manager who will be your point of contact from the start. We will support you from the initial project design and through the implementation, deployment, and ongoing maintenance, optimization, and analysis of your RFID system for years to come.

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What Goes Into An RFID System

Our RFID solutions use the right mix of tags, readers, software, and services to tackle your specific challenges.

  • Tags & Supplies

    Tags, labels, and inlays are the fundamental building block of any RFID solution. Between passive or active, a range of frequencies, label specsand environmental conditions there is a lot to evaluate when finding the right label.

  • Handheld Readers

    Gun-style, rugged handheld readers and good for read-intensive tasks in the warehouse and other industrial environments where a large quantity of tag data needs to be collected in a timeefficient manner.

  • Antennas

    Antennas provide the vital link between the fixed reader and tag, serving as the conduit that moves data back and forth. 

  • RFID Portals in Warehouse
    Fixed Readers & Portals

    With fixed RFID readers and checkpoints, you can quickly and accurately track large volumes of RFID-tagged cases, pallets, and items. They are ideal for use in high-density tag environments, high throughput applications, and on RF-challenging materials.

  • Printers & Encoders

    RFID printers give you the ability to identify, track, manage, and optimize, assets and inventory. Encoding (or printing) on RFID tags is the first step to having a successful RFID system.

  • RFID Software

    RMS Omega has partnerships with a variety of software vendors, allowing us to find the right inventory control or check-in/ check-out software for your application. RFID software provides a central database for monitoring inventory levels, location, and movement.

Calculate How Much You Can Cut Costs With RFID

Tracking Inventory, Assets and Work in Process

Access our exclusive savings calculator and enter basic information about your operations to receive an instant, detailed breakdown of potential savings across various categories. Ready to see the savings?

Calculate your RFID savings potential across three major use-cases.

Asset Tracking – Monitor equipment usage and quickly locate lost or missing assets to reduce loss and enhance your production capabilities.

Inventory Management – Maintain accurate inventory records and track stock as it moves in, out, and around your facility. Using RFID for inventory management improves data accuracy and slashes the time and money spent on cycle counts and audits.

Workflow Tracking – Get a clear picture of your production operations to identify bottlenecks and track parts and materials throughout their lifecycle. Track critical components as they enter your plant, proceed through a workflow and ship out to a new location.

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Explore RFID Applications By Use Case

Asset Tracking 

Utilize RFID with a combination of barcode-based technology applications to efficiently track multiple types of assets across an entire organization.


Eliminate time-consuming paper systems or enhance your barcode-enabled check-in/check-out processes with RFID.

Inventory Visibility

Automate inventory counts and audits throughout your value chain with RFID inventory management solutions. Enhance inventory visibility with RFID.

Location Monitoring

Building an effective location monitoring solution requires the right hardware, software, support, and industry expertise.

Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS)

Pinpoint the movement and location of assets, inventory, and personnel with real-time location systems.

Work in Process

Monitor products or raw materials as they pass through different steps in a process & enforce organizational compliance.