An empirical investigation into the factors influencing the intention to adopt RFID and guidelines for Bangladesh
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Because of its unique capability to identify, track, and trace-back objects, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology has been used by organizations in innovative applications. Australian livestock industry is regarded as one of the biggest in the world and currently has adopted RFID for cattle identification. However, still a large number of farms have not adopted RFID for sheep and other animal identification. Thus, it is quite important to examine their intention toward RFID adoption. The finding of this study revealed that management attitude toward RFID is the main factor that may increase RFID adoption. Pressure from external environment also came up as significant. Results from Australian study set a guideline for Bangladeshi organizations to adopt RFID. To introduce RFID, organizations should build a positive mindset whereas government and other external bodies can also contribute significantly. RFID manufacturers should concentrate on reducing RFID costs and developing a consistent standard. Therefore, this study has implications for government, external organizations, and vendors.
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