Superior Assurance for Customers: Smartrac achieves ARC Quality Certification

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Smartrac Technology Group achieves significant ARC Quality Certification by the highly regarded Auburn University RFID Lab.

Smartrac received ARC Quality Certification for the design and manufacturing of its RFID inlays and tags. The ARC Quality Certification complements ISO certification, and benchmarks all aspects of an RFID supplier’s operations, including but not limited to, specific products and manufacturing processes. This is significantly important because the Auburn RFID Lab has long been known for its independent and objective testing and certification of RFID inlays and tags, thus giving customers the assurance of knowing that RFID inlays and tags are certified for purpose and will perform robustly and reliably.

“Quality is of key importance for everyone who is looking to get all the benefits from RFID tags attached to or embedded within products. We developed the ARC Quality Certification program to benchmark the quality management systems of RFID manufacturers across the entire range of their operations for the benefit of all RFID users worldwide,” said Justin Patton, Director of the Auburn RFID Lab.

“The ARC Quality Certification is a pivotal achievement and motivator for Smartrac, and it reaffirms our role as an industry leader in terms of high-quality and innovative RFID transponders. We are honored to receive this Certification and we firmly believe that the ARC Quality Certification program is a major step in terms of helping RFID manufacturers better serve their RFID customers. We will continue to invest in resources and programs to support future ARC initiatives to drive further quality achievements,” said Amir Mobayen, Chief Revenue Officer at Smartrac.

For more information about ARC and the RFID Lab, please visit the University of Auburn website: https://rfid.auburn.edu/arc/.
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