TrackX Sees 505% Year-on-Year Revenue Growth in Q1 Fiscal 2017

February 27, 2017By Aaron LamkinHome Page, IIoT, IoT, News Releases, Retail, Supply Chain

DENVER, CO — February 27, 2017— TrackX Holdings Inc. (TSX.V:TKX) (“TrackX” or the “Company”), announces the financial and operational highlights from its first quarter of fiscal year 2017, ending December 31, 2016.  All results are reported in Canadian dollars. Summary Financial Highlights for the First Quarter Ended December 31, 2016: TrackX reported revenues of $1,633,191, a … Read More

TrackX Partners with Barcoding to Expand North American Opportunities

February 24, 2017By Aaron LamkinHome Page, IIoT, IoT, News Releases, Retail, Supply Chain

DENVER — February 24, 2017— TrackX Holdings Inc. (TSX.V:TKX) (“TrackX” or the “Company”), announced today its partnership with Barcoding, Inc. (“Barcoding”), the leader in supply chain efficiency, accuracy and connectivity. With thousands of customers and more than 20 years of experience in the delivery of auto-id and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) solutions, Barcoding focuses … Read More

IT Asset Management: Saving thousands of work hours yearly in compliance and audit costs

February 15, 2017By Aaron LamkinHome Page, IIoT, IoT, IT

How an integrated and technology-enabled IT Asset Management Solution streamlined and eliminated thousands of hours of work per year in compliance and audit costsOverview A large enterprise company was spending thousands of hours on daily, weekly, and monthly inventory checks and audit compliance. Lost or misplaced IT equipment, sometimes with sensitive information, was a frequent issue. Finding necessary assets … Read More

RFID Trends Spawn Recycling Opportunities

December 2, 2016By Aaron LamkinIIoT, IoT

In My Opinion: RFID trends spawn recycling opportunities Posted on  December 1, 2016 in E-Scrap News by Lauren Roman Electronics recycling is one tough business. Industry companies are encountering high operating costs, low profit margins and the “C word” (commodities). What if technology could make the process more profitable? Imagine end-of-life electronics that were manufactured with radio frequency identification … Read More

TrackX Hires Chief Operating Officer

October 18, 2016By Aaron LamkinHome Page, Investors, News Releases

DENVER, CO — October 18, 2016—TrackX Holdings Inc. (TSX.V:TKX) (“TrackX” or the “Company”), a leading provider of enterprise level RFID-enabled asset tracking and supply chain management solutions, is pleased to announce that Mr. Jason Read has joined the Company as Chief Operating Officer. Mr. Read is a supply-chain logistics veteran with more than 15 years … Read More

RFID Gaining Traction in Numerous Industries

September 22, 2016By Aaron LamkinHome Page, IIoT

In a world where we all expect technology to play a dominant role in all aspects of business, there are still numerous businesses where large workflows and processes are still handled manually.  An example of this is within a yard environment, or large outdoor areas where trailers are moved in and out for shipping and … Read More

TrackX CEO Tim Harvie talks to Cantech Letter

July 27, 2016By Aaron LamkinHome Page, Investors

In tech, sometimes, everything old is new again. Remember RFID, short for radio-frequency identification? Those ubiquitous tags have been used for everything from electronic toll collection to tracking airport baggage to the tagging of apparel. But that was yesterday, right? Not exactly. The worldwide market for RFID, according to research firm IDTechEx Research will reach a … Read More

TrackX Enlists SaaS Network and Cloud Computing Pioneer Art Mesher as Advisor to Board of Directors

June 15, 2016By Aaron LamkinHome Page, Investors, News Releases

DENVER — June 15, 2016— TrackX Holdings Inc. (TSX.V:TKX) (“TrackX” or the “Company”), a leading provider of RFID-enabled asset tracking and supply chain management solutions, today announces that Art Mesher, a pioneer in business integration and supply-chain solutions, has joined the Company as an advisor to the Board of Directors. “Art’s continuous track record of building … Read More