USE CASES

Traceability

End-to-end visibility of your product movements across all your supply chain partners.

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Problem

Supply chains across the world are becoming increasingly complex, largely driven by a growing number/variety of suppliers, increasing customer demands, and a landscape of diverse IT systems. Tracking products on their path along the supply chain has become difficult, and, at the same time, more essential than ever. Customer demand for transparency and increasing regulatory requirements are two key elements behind this necessity. Traditional approaches to product tracking have proven to be inadequate in navigating the complexity of today’s supply chains and SC-related issues:

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Increasing regulatory pressures across the world are making product traceability a legal requirement;
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Product data is often fragmented, inconsistent, and stored across various IT systems (ERPs, WHMs, TMSs, financial systems, and others) of supply chain participants;
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Interoperability of data is generally difficult due to different data standards used across organizations, and often even within single enterprises;
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Trust issues among supply chain players make reconciling product data and agreeing on the legitimate version challenging, time consuming, and often inaccurate;
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Detecting discrepancies and points of failure across supply chains is a slow, manual, and inefficient process, often costing enterprises significant amounts of time and money to resolve;
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Traditional solutions for traceability are centralized and not interconnected - this creates many issues, ranging from vendor lock-ins to manual and inefficient processes when piecing together the product trail;
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All of these issues are severely hindering the digital transformation of supply chains that could unlock hundreds of billions of dollars in value.

Solution

End-to-end visibility of your product movements across all your supply chain partners.

What is it?

nOS-based hub for decentralized storage, management, and sharing of product data across all players in a supply chain - enterprises, regulators, service providers, consumers and others. Working together with legacy IT systems, it ensures there is no disruption to ongoing operations, and requires little effort to set up.

Technologies used

How does it work?

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Easily map out your observed supply chain;
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Set up a data-sharing environment with the desired integrity level;
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Use plug&play applications to access or show relevant data;

How does it boost efficiency?

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Identify and reconcile discrepancies in real time;
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Automate the flow of your product documentation across SC partners;
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Simplify internal and external compliance processes.

What additional value does it bring?

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Increase the safety of your products with an unprecedented level of trust;
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Improve your brand image by providing product provenance to your customers, regulators, and end-consumers;
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Proactively identify potential failures along the SC and take preventive measures.

Ecosystems & industries

Solution ecosystem

Enterprises
Audit and Compliance Agencies
Logistics Service Providers
Insurance Providers
Customs Authorities
Other Government Agencies
End-consumers

Applicable Industries

Logistics & SCM
Agriculture
FMCG
Healthcare providers
Pharmaceuticals
Chemicals
Apparel and Fashion
Luxury Goods
Automotive
Aerospace
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