MGI, the growing UK RFID technology and IoT solutions company, today is proud to announce that is has reached a definitive agreement to partner with Nordic ID, a Finnish technology company and one of the forerunners in RFID technology.
“MGI has been working with Nordic ID over recent years on a variety of RFID projects and we are delighted to announce a new partnership with them. Their experience in delivering versatile RFID projects across many industries makes them a credible partner. We are excited about our shared vision to present and deliver RFID to the hospitality & leisure industry in a way that has not been seen before,” says Oliver Newman, Director of Business Development at MGI.
The UK hospitality & leisure industry is one of the most important parts of the British economy with the hotel industry estimated to generate £20bn in 2019. Tourism into the capital makes London the most visited city in the world second to Bangkok. With plans for 11,600 additional hotel rooms set to grace London in 2020, the persistent growth of the industry is one that is hard to ignore. This makes hospitality & leisure a type A environment for RFID to prove its worth.
Juha Reima, CEO of Nordic ID comments:
“We are thrilled to strengthen our co-operation with MGI. Together we are able to deliver groundbreaking innovations to the hospitality & leisure segment, which will support our customers in their efforts to serve their guests in both new and more efficient ways. I do believe that this will also result in major savings for the customers in working capital as well as in their use of water and energy.”
”Nordic ID’s impressive new platform Nordic ID RADEA (Real-time Accurate Data for Enterprise Assets) provides hospitality & leisure with a fresh look and feel to RFID. We want to present RFID in this way and it is a key part of our marketing. Whether it’s tracking the movement and usage of assets or innovative hotel retail self-service applications, Nordic ID RADEA offers itself to be an extremely dynamic RFID solution for our customers. Best of all is that we see this to be only the start of much wider RFID adoption, not just for hospitality & leisure but across many more UK markets with MGI & Nordic ID leading the way. The RFID revolution is here now, and things are about to get very exciting!” says Newman.