CCR

Previous Issue

Asian Journal of Information and Communications 9(1)
1. Utilization of command & control solution in smart networks for national monitoring and fire figh....

Call for Paper

Add to Bookmark

Editorial Office

Asian Journal of Information and Communications

An empirical study of relationship between RFID implementation critical success factors and organizational strategy Niraj Kumar Vishvakarma et al.

  • Page:1-24
  • 2017-04-26

Radio frequency identification (RFID) is one of the most useful technologies in the manufacturing industry. It gives benefits like real time asset tracking, increase in product visibility, and reduction in product theft and inventory level while giving a competitive advantage to an organization. To reap the full benefits of RFID implementation, it is critical to implement the RFID system successfully. There are a number of factors which are critically important for the successful implementation of an RFID project. This study establishes a framework for the relationship between RFID implementation critical success factors (ICSFs) and organizational strategy types, and empirically tests the relationship between RFID implementation critical success factors and organizational strategy types. The result shows that ICSFs which are out of organizational control similarly influence all organizational strategy types, but the impact of other ICSFs depend on organizational strategy types. We have discovered that the majority of RFID ICSFs have a higher impact on innovators and prospectors than the defenders. 80% of our hypotheses that constitute the theoretical framework are supported by empirical data collected from organizations which have implemented RFID.

Keywords: radio frequency identification (RFID), competitive advantage, implementation critical success factors, organizational strategy type.

  PDF Download
  • Facebook
  • Share onTwitter