RFID Reduces Labor, Errors for Cemetery Monument Firm

Joseph Kraebel

Staff member
Sprung Memorial Group has cut the amount of time required for its inventory audits by 96 percent using the Motorola MC319Z and TracerPlus.

June 26, 2013Sprung Memorial Group, a retailer of granite headstones and monuments, is employing EPC Gen 2 passive ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) RFID tags and handheld readers to track the cemetery monuments it stores, engraves and ships to customers. This not only reduces the amount of time that employees spend searching for inventory, but also ensures that the proper stone is always used for each order. The solution, provided by Microcomputer Consulting Group (MCG) and TracerPlus, has reduced the length of time required for Sprung's inventory audits by 96 percent.

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