Pharmaceutical Industry Group Concludes First Phase of EPC/RFID Tests; Technology Could Improve Security, Expedite Recalls, Help Industry Meet Regulatory Requirements

Accenture announced results from tests run by a group of pharmaceutical manufacturers, distributors and retailers exploring the application of electronic product code (EPC) and radio frequency identification (RFID) technologies across the pharmaceutical supply chain.
September 28, 2004

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield and Accenture Test Digital Pen Solution with Physicians

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield and Accenture are testing digital pen technology designed to help healthcare professionals capture and send medical claim information digitally.
July 14, 2004

Accenture Helps Form RFID Industry Group to Evaluate Technology’s Value in Pharmaceutical Industry

Accenture today announced the formation of a group of industry leaders that will work together to evaluate the potential of new radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to enhance pharmaceutical product manufacturing, distribution and retail operations within the United States.
February 18, 2004

Auto-ID Technology Could Save Manufacturing and Retail Industries Billions Annually, Accenture Research Finds

New technology that tags and tracks inventory and equipment could save manufacturers and retailers billions of dollars each year, according to research released today by Accenture. The technology, known as auto-ID, is a combination of electronic product codes (EPC) and radio frequency identification (RFID).
June 12, 2003

Auto-ID Technology Could Help Packaged Goods, Retail and Freight Transportation Industries Save Billions of Dollars Annually, Accenture Study Finds

Accenture Collaborates with GM Europe’s OnStar in Leading-Edge Telematics Field Trial

Accenture is taking part in a major General Motors Europe Field Trial to identify and assess selected Telematics Services and to evaluate the ACUNIA Open Telematics Framework® (OTF) as a new delivery technology.
December 19, 2002