Today before the opening bell, Newport Digital Technologies, Inc. announced its successful participation in the RFID Journal Live! trade show held in Orlando, Florida. The event, hosted by more than 2,800 attendees, generated hundreds of quality sales leads, many of which represent immediate sales opportunities for NPDT’s N37B RFID product offering. “We are focused on aggressively executing the sales effort, allowing us to maximize the sales potential for NPDT,” stated Weiling Tsao, NPDT President.

RFID Journal Live! is an avenue for companies to exhibit how to properly use Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology to improve operations by cutting costs, boosting efficiencies and enhancing customer service. At the trade show, Newport Digital featured its leading-edge N37B mobile computing device that offers a secure protocol RFID chip and a total solution for supply chain/logistics applications.

Drew Nipper, Senior Sales Director for NPDT commented, “We are thrilled with the reception of NPDT’s N37B product offering at RFID Journal Live! 2010. Our unique RFID solution addresses a very diverse and broad marketplace for the N37B, validating its strong feature sets. As a result, the response by potential clients was extremely positive for this device. We look forward to maximizing the sales potential of the N37B for NPDT and exceeding our expectations.”

“Potential clients were very impressed with the advanced technology and flexibility of configuration for our handheld computing device,” added Joseph Ray, Wal-Mart Account Manager for NPDT. “Many industry members were amazed at NPDT’s ability to bring such a powerful and unique RFID solution to market so quickly and with such maturity and applicability. RFID Journal Live! placed us squarely in the spotlight as the newest participant with products and services superior to those presently available. We strongly believe that NPDT is in the right place at the right time to take full advantage of the fast growing RFID market.”

Let us hear your thoughts: Newport Digital Technologies, Inc. Message Board