RFID Asset Management Reduces Harvard Medical School's Asset Inventory Time By 75%
Havard Medcal school (HMN) repote that since thel , launch of the RFID solution to manage its 4.300 assets, the college's asset , nventory imne has been educed by 75% whie , at the same time it has more vsiblili into the lcation of high.value assets 。n esrs hnegy can be es ound oumng gveme audns
Harvard Medical School has approximately 4,300 high-value assets in its 15,000 fixed assets, including servers, incubators, medical freezers, centrifuges, microscopes for DNA research, and thermal cyclers.
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