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By Christine Weber | August 30, 2021

How’s Your (RFID) Memory? Let’s Find Out.

In our first episode of “That Supplies Show,” I sit down with Supplies Application Architect Kelly Breneisen to uncover what happens when you have a need for speed – and information – but your RFID chip’s memory is lacking.

If you’re looking for something to talk about at the water cooler, all you have to do is tune into “That Supplies Show.” That’s right. Listening to a podcast about printing supplies is about to make you super popular at work! (Well, at least with your boss.) That’s because you’re getting ready to have the inside scoop on how to keep your barcoding and RFID systems performing at peak levels 24/7. I’m talking information that translates into job security.

Saving your company money? Making your customers happier? Being the one to finally explain the “unexplainable,” such as why labels keep falling off your assets, why your print speed is limited, and why your team is reporting unreliable RFID encoding and read performance? Yep. You’ve got your next performance review on lock. With each new episode of That Supplies Show, you’ll be able to articulate why certain things are happening (or not happening), how these issues are impacting your operational efficiency and return on investment (ROI) and what you can do to fix them immediately. In fact, our very first episode reveals why your (RFID) memory might not seem as great as it once was and what you can do to restore it.

So, tell everyone you’re taking a 10-minute break and hit play on this video now:

I know, I know. The episode was only eight minutes long. I just figured you’d want a couple minutes after to jump for joy once realizing how game changing this information can be for you, your company, the entire supply chain and even your customers! (They may not realize they care about RFID memory or your supplies selection in general, but they do. When they login to their app to track their package and get a “status unknown” message because something isn’t working right with your labeling, printing or RFID systems…they care. And they’re going to let you know.)

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Christine Weber
Christine Weber

In 2006, Christine Weber joined Zebra Technologies to market thermal printing supplies in North America and Latin America.  During her tenure at Zebra, she has brought supplies to life for enterprises. (There is much more to thermal printing supplies than you think!) 

She has deep knowledge of the wide variety of labeling applications across a wide range of enterprises within Retail, Manufacturing, Healthcare and Transportation & Logistics. She is also well-versed in which supplies materials provide the most reliable performance to enable asset intelligence, including facestock, adhesives and ribbons. Along the way, she has driven the marketing of service agreements, managed and professional services, and software in addition to supplies. 

Today, Ms. Weber is a thermal printing supplies expert and strategic partner to Zebra’s Global Supplies Product Management and Marketing Teams, in addition to the North America sales team, driving the development of the annual go-to-market plans to achieve supplies growth globally.