Webinar - Traceability In The Modern Supply Chain


A string of food-borne illness outbreaks, faulty automotive parts, and damaged pharmaceutical drugs coupled with poor recall execution have caused significant damage to many major brands in the Automotive, Food & Beverage, and Pharmaceuticals industries in recent months. Manufacturers stand the risk of exposing themselves to liabilities and greater potential for disruptions in the supply chain without adequate traceability investments.

VDC’s latest webcast titled “Traceability in the Modern Supply Chain” analyzes and explores solutions, strategic issues, opportunities and market drivers for traceability investments in these industries.

Major applications supported using
traceability investments

Probable consequences of an inability
to effectively track items

Listen to this webcast to learn about the following:

How are end users supporting their traceability initiatives today?
What are the key regulations, initiatives, and drivers influencing system adoption today?
What are the key constraints and challenges to end users’ traceability investments?

Listen to this webcast.

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