A2B Tracking and SRA International

SRA International Inc. provides sophisticated information technology and professional services to the U.S. federal government. SRA helps government customers address complex IT needs in order to achieve their missions. SRA’s website states, “We are inspired by our customers’ missions and strive to provide the best people, working together to generate the best ideas, to deliver [...]

By | September 24th, 2015|Blog|Comments Off on A2B Tracking and SRA International

Top 3 Innovations in Cloud-based Asset Tracking

The tracking world as we once knew it, has taken a huge turn in the past 5 years. New federal rules and regulations can make it difficult to manage your assets while staying compliant. But with cloud-based tracking, it can be simpler than ever before. So, why exactly is cloud-based asset tracking a smart decision? [...]

By | April 23rd, 2015|Blog, Industry News|Comments Off on Top 3 Innovations in Cloud-based Asset Tracking

The 3 Keys to RFID Solutions

Whether you’re tracking stationary assets or those moving in and out of docks, doorways, or chokepoints, you’ll get an integrated hardware and software solution from A2B that meets your organization’s unique requirements. We’ll come in and assess both your environment and your workflow, and recommend the best solution for your business processes. What are RFID [...]

By | April 9th, 2015|Blog, Industry News|Comments Off on The 3 Keys to RFID Solutions

RFID Vs Barcodes: How RFID Can Add Value to Your Business

RFID can offer several advantages over traditional barcoding but it is critical that the objectives are clearly understood, and what business challenges or opportunities are trying to be addressed. When considering the value of RFID over barcode, account for the following: the value of your assets, how often do you need to inventory or track [...]

By | April 2nd, 2015|Blog, Industry News|Comments Off on RFID Vs Barcodes: How RFID Can Add Value to Your Business

The Pentagon Loses Track of $500 Million of Military Aid

The Pentagon isn’t able to account for more than $500 million in U.S. Military aid that was given to Yemen, a recent article released by The Washington Post reports. The Pentagon fears that the equipment has been seized by Iranian-backed rebels or Al-Qaeda. The article states that, “as a result, the Defense Department has halted [...]

By | March 24th, 2015|Blog, Industry News|Comments Off on The Pentagon Loses Track of $500 Million of Military Aid