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  • Reid Hanson

Cracking Down on Counterfeiting through Traceability


Many manufacturers are beginning to implement anti-counterfeiting practices to increase their supply chain visibility through traceability technology. There are many ways to prevent counterfeiting through track-and-trace technology, including using RFID tags,  QR or LiveQR codes, and at a minimum adding unique identification codes in order to identify products at the item level, rather than at the batch level. By assigning a unique identifier to an individual item, companies are able to connect product information exchanged between sellers to the physical products in their supply chains.

TRXio can help crack down on counterfeiting by continuing supply chain visibility with unique, item-level traceability through the entire lifecycle of a product. TRXio offers the ability to track a product every step along the way – from when you receive it into custody from the manufacturer or vendor to the moment it leaves your stock and is delivered to a customer or work site and even until the end of each respective product useful life. See a  fully comprehensive item history for each item ensures your organization is providing the best ongoing experience to your customers, before, during and after the sale.

For more information on TRXio and our track-and-trace expert capabilities, please contact us at 844-868-7225.

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