Omni-ID Receives Frost & Sullivan Leadership Award for RFID in Manufacturing

Omni-ID Receives Frost & Sullivan Leadership Award for RFID in Manufacturing

Rochester, NY (February 4, 2015) — Omni-ID, the leading global supplier of high-performance, industrial RFID tags and ProVIEW visual tagging systems, today announced that it has once again received the Customer Value Leadership Award for RFID in Manufacturing by leading global research organization Frost & Sullivan. The company was also recognized by Frost & Sullivan in 2013 for its global leadership position for RFID in manufacturing.

FandS_2015_Awards“Omni-ID currently offers one of the industry’s most comprehensive portfolios of RFID tags for industry, reflecting its strong ability to innovate and introduce unique solutions — a key differentiator in the auto-identification industry,” said Ram Ravi, senior research analyst, Auto-ID & Data Capture for Frost & Sullivan. “Omni-ID has established a distinct position for itself in the market by not only developing some of the industry’s most innovative tags, but as the first to introduce an RFID solution featuring visual tags with an electronic display, setting new standards for IoT (Internet of Things) solutions in manufacturing applications.” Omni-ID, along with other leading technology companies from around the globe, will be recognized during a formal ceremony held in San Diego, Calif., on Tuesday, March 10, 2015. “We’re honored to be recognized for our demonstrated ability to develop innovative, Internet of Things solutions for the Manufacturing Industry,” said George E. Daddis, Jr., Ph.D., CEO of Omni-ID.

“More importantly, we were recognized because of the care we take to understand our customers’ business. We’re helping them take the necessary steps to meet consumer demand, improve materials flow and go paperless. At the end of the day, we’re improving the return on the investment they’re making on technology, allowing them to be more competitive in an increasingly challenging market.” The report published by Frost & Sullivan highlights Omni-ID’s focus on innovative solutions for the manufacturing industry with an aim to address emerging or unmet requirements. The report also features Omni-ID’s Manufacturing and Logistics solutions portfolio, including its ProVIEW visual tagging system. The complete research report can be found at:

About Omni-ID
Based in Rochester, NY, Omni-ID has developed original, patented technologies for on-metal and visual tagging to enable a broad range of applications to improve asset tracking, supply chain management and work-in-process. Omni-ID is the leading supplier of RFID tags and visual tagging systems for Manufacturing & Logistics, Energy, IT Assets and Tool Tracking. Omni-ID’s versatile family of products provides a complete range of tags and auto-ID solutions for tracking and identification challenges, with unprecedented accuracy, in any environment. For more information, visit

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