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Distributor Quote Module

Distributor Quote Module
Distributor Quote Module

Repacorp makes it easy for you to be very competitive in the growing market of digital labels.

Link your website to instant live pricing—with your markup. You will be providing your customers the latest label technology; digital labels with near photographic quality (no plate charge), and the flexibility to cut their label any shape imaginable (no tooling charge)!

 

 

Watch an informational video, sign up for a free webinar about the Repacorp’s Quote Module or sign up for your own Distributor Quote Module!

RFID FAQs

Is RFID new?
RFID is a proven technology that’s been around since at least the 1970s. Up to now, it’s been too expensive and too limited to be practical for many commercial applications. But if tags can be made cheaply enough, they can solve many of the problems associated with bar codes. Radio waves travel through most non-metallic materials, so they can be embedded in packaging or encased in protective plastic for weatherproofing and greater durability. And tags have microchips that can store a unique serial number for every product manufactured around the world.

If RFID has been around so long and is so great, why aren’t all companies using it?
Many companies have invested in RFID systems to get the advantages they offer. These investments are usually made in closed-loop systems—that is, when a company is tracking goods that never leave its own control. That’s because all existing RFID systems use proprietary technology, which means that if company A puts an RFID tag on a product, it can’t be read by Company B unless they both use the same RFID system from the same vendor. But most companies don’t have closed-loop systems, and many of the benefits of tracking items come from tracking them as they move from one company to another and even one country to another.

Is the lack of standards the only thing that has prevented RFID from being more widely used?
Another problem is cost. RFID readers typically cost $1,000 or more. Companies would need thousands of readers to cover all their factories, warehouses and stores. RFID tags are also fairly expensive – 20 cents or more – which makes them impractical for identifying millions of items that cost only a few dollars.

Distributor Quote Module

For a small fee of $14.95 per month, Repacorp will provide code that links your website to an instant online quote module maintained and enhanced by Repacorp. Our online pricing tool is easy to use and provides live, accurate pricing.

Imagine—you and your customers can receive accurate live pricing on your website, and you can enter any size or shape label without tooling cost.  

Watch an informational video (click the photo) at: http://www.myonlineprintquote.com/.