Atlas RFID Solutions Expands Team – Announces New Employees

BIRMINGHAM, AL – June 1, 2007 — Atlas RFID Solutions, Inc., a Birmingham based company specializing in radio frequency identification (RFID) systems, announces two new employees, Bryan Freeman in Birmingham, and Eric Cohen in the New York office.

Bryan Freeman – Director of Solution Services –Birmingham, Al
Freeman comes to Atlas from Intel where he had been designing and architecting RFID systems with great success. He has experience with customer workflow analysis, solution and value proposition development, as well as software development and project implementation. Freeman graduated summa cum laude from Western Illinois University with a B.S. in Computer Science and economics. Freeman will be responsible for architecting and implementing customized RFID systems for large-scale projects.

Eric Cohen – Business Development Manager – New York, NY
With over 10 years experience in account management and marketing, Cohen brings a different perspective to the Atlas team. Prior to joining Atlas, Cohen was Marketing and Adverting manager with Major League Baseball. He has experience developing national campaigns and can use his background in sales to help procure new clients. Cohen also holds a bachelors of commerce degree and graduated as part of the institute for Co-Operative Education and Concordia University in Montréal, Canada. At Atlas, Cohen is responsible for generating revenue by finding and acquiring new business opportunities in the northeast region.

Atlas founder and president, Robert Fuqua, is proud of the company’s growth and excited about these two new hires, “The addition of Bryan and Eric is great for Atlas. Bryan’s expertise and background will be crucial to building the RFID systems, and Eric’s marketing and sales skills will help with business acquisitions. We are thrilled to have such talented members joining our team.”

About Atlas RFID
Atlas provides companies with consulting and implementation of RFID systems using radio waves to automatically identify and track objects. These systems are similar to that of barcodes, only much more sophisticated. Since RFID is a wireless system that transmits radio, greater amounts of data can be read in one scan than with barcoding. RFID can aid in providing not only identification, but also location and condition of the item. This is extremely beneficial to improve processes and workflow thereby increasing productivity and reducing costs. While these systems are increasing in popularity, Atlas is currently the only Alabama company to offer these comprehensive services.


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