TraceLink Enhances Life Sciences Cloud Platform to Eliminate Expensive Customization
NORTH READING, MA: With the wide-ranging family of integrated global serialization, track and trace, and reporting solutions, TraceLink, track and trace company for Life Sciences supply chain, has enhanced its Life Sciences Cloud platform.
Life Sciences Cloud is the network platform, which pharmaceutical manufacturers, wholesalers, repackagers and pharmacies trust to deliver medicines to patients everywhere. It enables any pharmaceutical supplier to gain complete connectivity with all of their supply chain trading partners.
By eradicating the expensive and time-consuming customizations and to attain regulatory compliance across multiple geographies, the enhanced platform, version 6.1, provides fully integrated applications for commissioning and managing serial numbers, executing compliance workflows for government reporting, generating data reports for serial number analysis and utilizing enterprise Electronic Product Code Information Services (EPCIS) data exchange.
In addition, TraceLink has developed unprecedented serial number read and write speeds of 75, 000 per second and 5, 500 per second, respectively, all while the Life Sciences Cloud operates at scale managing billions of serial numbers- and tens of billions of events annually on a per-company basis. It enables customers and prospects to preview these innovations.
Offering more flexibility to customers, the new version 6.1 features Product Track Brazil, a software module that supports specific trade partner data exchange and compliance workflows required to meet Brazil RDC54; GS1 EPCIS Brazil Traceability Guideline support, a solution to adopt the newly developed EPCIS-based implementation guideline for Brazil.
In addition, it offers EU Government Reporting, a software module that supports specific compliance workflows to generate EU Hub compliance reporting; Serial Number Reporting, which allows users to create and download Excel reports to view and analyze serial number data; Expended EPCIS Support; Unprecented System Performance; and User Interface Enhancements.
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