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Manufacture Standards & Regulation, Technology and Equipment, Business Practice, Packaging, Trends & Forecasts

Serialization Blind Spots

Serialization used to be a very technical, internal problem, mainly focused on packaging lines. Over time, the focus shifted to managing the impact on business operations in warehousing and distribution, with increasing oversight by quality and compliance organizations. While some companies are still focused on getting their packaging lines serialized, others are now dealing with the external dimension of serialization – facing government reporting and data sharing challenges. This is especially true for large global companies with very diverse business operations and a complex supply chain. Though today’s challenge may still seem packaging line-focused, tomorrow’s challenge will be based on data management and the ability to derive business intelligence from billions or even trillions of data points.

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Pavel Lotkov

Pavel Lotkov is the Product Director at Adents.

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