BARCELONA, Spain -- Having played a key role in creating the Auto-ID Center at MIT, birthplace of the electronic product code, Procter & Gamble continues to be a major player in the burgeoning field of RFID. That much was made clear earlier this month by Milan Turk, director of global customer eBusiness, P&G. Turk spoke here at the Global Retail Technology Forum about his company's plans to transform its supply network through adoption of the EPC. Probably P&G's prime impetus ...

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