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Vizinex RFID Launches New Website

Vizinex RFID, the industry leader in developing and manufacturing high performance RFID tags tailored to specific applications, today announced the launch of its new website at vizinexrfid.com.

Taking center stage of the newly architected site is an RFID tag finder. The finder enables visitors to quickly and easily find the most appropriate tag for their use cases in their industries. Situation-based storytelling showcases different application scenarios – such as manufacturing and rugged environments – so that visitors can understand the breadth of tags available to solve a multitude of challenges.

“We are committed to delivering a variety of tags that fit even the most challenging of applications,” said Ken Horton, CEO, Vizinex RFID. “With so much demand in the industry – and so many solutions that we have to offer – we need to showcase how willing, able and ready we are to take these challenges on. Our new RFID tag finder emphasizes our ability to provide durable, accurate, reliable and right-priced tags, regardless of the asset or the environment. Explore our new website to see how it reflects our niche expertise and flexible process.”

About Vizinex RFID

With a heritage that reaches back to 2001, Vizinex’s leadership have nearly two decades of experience providing leading-edge RFID solutions to businesses and governments.  Vizinex RFID is a technological leader with a team of experts in manufacturing, quality, engineering and product development. The company’s CTO, Bob Oberle, is the named inventor on 26 patents related to RFID. Since its inception, Vizinex RFID has designed a rapid, low cost development and pilot production process for customers seeking exactly the right tag for their application.

Whether you need an RFID tag off the shelf or one that is ‘outside the box’, Vizinex RFID can help.

To learn more about Vizinex, visit www.vizinexrfid.com or follow the company on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook or Google+.

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