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    Can anyone point me in the right direction as the association just points me to this forum. I have a customer wanting climate controlled storage for a few thousand boxes. The warehouse I was planning to store them at I don't offer this service however...

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    Good morning, We are searching for new software for our mobile document shredding business. Ideally this software features the following; fully integrates with an accounting solution such as QuicBooks, schedule/route optimization, recurring service...

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    Hello All, I've got a prospective client that has several of these floor plan bags at another vendor. I'm not familiar with these, either their size or how they are stored? Any info you could share is appreciated. ------------------------------ Steve...

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    RE: RFID

    Posted in: PRISM Open Forum

    Justin you have a good memory. The presentation was done by Dale Anesi, James Bastian and myself at the PRISM conference in 2006. Tag placement and environment were predominantly the two biggest issues. Tag placement Tags in close proximity...

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