Improve Visibility with Integrated Tracking of Uniquely Identified Objects
Full end-to-end supply chain visibility with insight is critical for a transparent, flexible and resilient supply chain to meet the challenges of a dynamic global economy. An integrated approach enables access to the data that provides the foundation for a holistic view of your supply chain through the product lifecycle. With Track & Trace processes and technology, you can connect to the real-time intelligence required for key decision making.
SAP Corporate Serialization enables the serialization and tracking of uniquely identified objects, often products and parts, in the supply chain. This solution is tailored to the specific needs of non-life sciences stakeholders, such as high-tech goods, medical devices, consumer packaged goods, and chemicals.
Real-time insights into the value chain with integrated information through the product lifecycle
Enable serialization and tracking of uniquely identified objects to ensure product integrity
Transparency into serialized and aggregated logistics units and multi-level product assemblies, such as machinery or high-tech goods, allowing companies to address product recall and warranty validation challenges
Business Process Integration
With SAP ERP and Warehouse Management solutions leveraging out of the box add-on and other solutions via standard interfaces
Extended Track & Trace
Extend environmental track and trace and product genealogy tracking at unique unit level through integration with SAP LBN Material Traceability and SAP Global Track and Trace
Robust and flexible serial number management with built-in randomizer
Exchange serialization data with business partners and disparate systems using EPCIS or optimized interfaces. Support for GS1 standards as well as extensions to support other industry needs and processes
Enables high performance powered by SAP S4HANA foundation
Activate Track & Trace for Your Raw Materials and Products
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A lack of transparency in supply chains can create a number of inefficiencies and increase the risk of counterfeit goods entering the system. Technology and other solutions are being implemented to fill in these visibility gaps.
Why Having Supply Chain Visibility During A Pandemic Is Important
The recent global pandemic affected global supply chains in a multitude of ways. Technology helped bring more visibility and traceability to connect stakeholders and improve remote access to essential information.
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