Streamline your supply chain operations with Lowry Solutions. Catch live demos, meet us at Modex 2024!

RFID Warehouse Tracking Solutions

Regain control of your operations with a reliable RFID warehouse tracking system.

Optimize Warehouse Management With RFID Technology

Take ownership of retail product tracking in your warehouse using RFID, robust hardware, and innovative software.

Why choose Lowry Solutions for warehouse RFID tracking?

Get more info on our RFID warehouse tracking systems.

Industry Leaders Trust Lowry’s RFID Tracking Systems for Their Warehouses

Key Benefits of Warehouse RFID Tracking From Lowry

Transparency Across the Supply Chain

Lowry provides not only hardware and software, but consulting, implementation and support services. We help with: 

  • RFID inventory management solutions for real-time information
  • Advanced exchange services for overnight shipping of pre-configured readers 
  • Physical inventory accuracy and shelf-life management 
  • Customized alerts for immediate action
  • Reduction in stockout and write-off occurrences with up-to-the-minute asset information
  • Improved staging, shipping and receiving efficiency

Lowry stays accountable for your system’s success so you can focus on what matters most to your operations.

Revolutionize Data Collection With Warehouse RFID Tracking

Implement a reliable RFID tracking system in your warehouse with help from Lowry.

Our Expertise in RFID Technology and Asset Tracking Speaks for Itself

47 Years

Managing and deploying tracking systems


Companies partner with Lowry Solutions

20 Years

Deploying and managing RFID systems

RFID Warehouse Tracking

How to Implement RFID Tracking in a Warehouse

The professionals at Lowry are able to initiate RFID tracking in many industries, including:

  • Retail
  • Medical
  • Manufacturing
  • Information technology
  • And more 

Our comprehensive on-site assessment of your current warehouse processes and procedures helps us to identify potential roadblocks and avoid deployment risk.

You can count on our system integrators and senior engineers with 20 years of experience to expertly deploy RFID solutions that work for your unique organization and warehouse structure.

Master RFID Warehouse Tracking With Sonaria

Lowry developed the Sonaria fixed asset management software to distinguish between types of physical assets and reduce the time individuals can waste locating physical inventory.

Our innovative Sonaria software processes RFID reader scans and automatically provides user-friendly maps, dynamic workflows, business rules, and alerts. 

We built Sonaria with a “decision engine” that adapts to the needs of your unique industry, personnel, and resources. 

Sonaria bridges the technological gaps between Automatic Identification and Data Capture (AIDC), IoT (Internet of Things) and blockchain technologies.

RFID warehouse tracking systems
Warehouse RFID Tracking

Extended Support and Troubleshooting

Even the best planned and executed RFID warehouse tracking systems require a reliable support staff.

Cut costs associated with downtime and/or labor with a fully-staffed helpdesk with Tier 1, 2 and 3 support options from our experienced technical engineers.

Our convenient online ticketing system helps you contact us and submit work orders from anywhere. We pride ourselves in speedy issue resolution so you can get back to business. 

If you require more personalized assistance, let us come to you. We believe that client satisfaction comes from going above and beyond.

How Lowry’s RFID Warehouse Tracking Systems Foster Operational Success

GM Direct Part Marking

North American Automotive Manufacturer trusts Lowry Solutions to increase the efficiency of their Direct Part Marking

City of Tyler IT Asset Auditing

Lowry implemented a solution for City of Tyler, TX using passive RFID tags and mobile computers powered by the Lowry Asset Control System (ACS).

Returnable Container Tracking For MOBIS

Using RFID technology, Lowry helped Mobis optimize its assets, ensure a reliable parts flow, reduce costs by matching container requirements with production, and reduce container purchases.