Manufacturers need a tool to test for SGTIN/RFID compliance. This is driven by the mass rollouts at Walmart, Target, and Macy's.
Wave: Audit combines SGTIN decoding, SGTIN counts, and a certification report (tag readability) tool for manufacturers to easily QA and audit their shipments.
Wave: Audit App for iOS from SimplyRFiD running on iPhone/iPad connected to the CSL RFID Handheld.
Wave: Audit is a monthly subscription from the Apple App Store. Price: $49.99 and can be enabled / disabled when needed. Public Release Date: May 9, 2023
Wave Audit Screen
Wave Audit Product Info Screen
Wave Audit Certification Report
Wave UI Inventory Display

Wave: Audit by SimplyRFiD simplifies RFID compliance testing for manufacturers with SGTIN decoding, counts, and a certification report. It's an iOS app available on the Apple App Store for $49.99/month and connects to the CSL RFID Handheld.

ROI RFID Calculator

See how you can save time and money with RFID

Inventory turns per year
How many times you turn your inventory per year
Items in Stock
Items you have for sale (quantity) at any time
Average Value
Average price you sell your goods for
RFID Cost:
in RFID tag costs for tags (average tag cost $0.06)
RFID will increase revenue:
An average 4% increase in sales by placing accurate, updated inventory online
RFID will reduce loss by:
per year — an average of 90% reduction in loss when taking weekly 10 minute inventory with RFID vs. monthly or quarterly all day barcode parties.
Net gain adding Wave RFID inventory:
Estimated Revenue $1,800,000
Percent increase in revenue 10.80%

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Akash Bajaj Review

The entire team at Simply RFID top to bottom is extremely responsive and helpful. They’ve built a very easy to use and implement solution that every product based business can benefit from.

Akash Bajaj

Director Of Operations, Advance Apparels

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RFID is the fastest way to keep track of your inventory. Our Wave Inventory System is everything you need to track thousands of items easily from just $1,990 – or about $6/day.

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