Full-featured Trace System that can be modified to fit exact business demands and workflow requirements. Seamlessly connect to blockchain supply chain tracking, verification, and reputation management.
SW Trace is a multi-stakeholder, interactive process whereby seafood product can be distributed globally - from bait to plate - according to the highest standards of quality, sustainability and transparency.
Efficient management and monitoring of all supply-chain processes are essential for any enterprise. Trustworthy data alone falls short if it's not supplemented by robust and flexible software that makes inventory management, audit, and payment processes frictionless and smart.
The customizable dashboard can display your exact business requirements. With real-time traffic indicators, you can monitor the supply chain data-flow. GS1 standards compliant. Add custom workflows and certifications through extendable open APIs.
The supply chain trace system is the foundation component of the Seafood.Works technology ecosystem. It is open source software based on an already established and accepted set of full-cycle GS1 and Global Dialog for Seafood Traceability (GDST) supply chain standards.
A supply chain is a series of events involving interaction between participants. The trace system is open source, therefore, every event can be customized and sequenced to your exact workflow requirements. Every participant in the business process can be customized and included in the workflow.
The Trace System is designed to grow with your business and with changing technology. The Trace System connects to the Internet of Things (IoT), secure global transactions, reputation management, Automatic Identification and Data Collection (AIDC), and process case management.
The impact on global supply chain is growing rapidly. By 2025, it is estimated that there will be more than 21 billion IoT devices connected around the world.Connectivity through the SFC interoperable API layer assures an open development path.
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