Traceability, software for identifying and tracking a product at every stage of the supply chain

Verification of location history and attributes of warehouse items, components, semi-finished products and products (Traceability)

How to trace the path of the components that make up the final product?

Before the finished product reaches the customer, it goes through many stages of production and is often transformed by external companies. If for some reason the product has been damaged or its quality leaves much to be desired, it is very difficult to find the place where the problem appeared. The aveneo Traceability module comes in handy thanks to which each place where the product is transformed adds an entry in the history of attributes. Thanks to this, by examining the history of the location of the product components along with the change in their attributes, we are able to very accurately recreate the entire production process with all the registered components that took part in it and the technologies used to produce the product.

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What does our traceability tool offer?

The Traceability tool allows you to view all stock items in real time along with location history and attribute history. In addition, the Traceability tool allows you to verify all production processes that were involved in the production of the product. Thanks to this information, the user can trace back the history, e.g. from which supplier the raw materials come from, identify their attributes, e.g. serial number and forward history, e.g. in which products the raw material was used. Thanks to the Traceability module, finding the cause of product damage or withdrawing a damaged series becomes much easier.

Adapting Traceability to your enterprise

When creating dedicated software, we focus on meeting the needs of your company. By separating the processes that take place in your company, we are able to create dedicated software that reflects the flow of documents and information. Approaching flexibly to the challenges posed to us by each project, we are able to adapt the Traceability module by expanding it with new functions, modifying existing ones, and even develop a unique solution for the needs of your company.


What do you gain with aveneo Traceability?

By implementing the aveneo Traceability tool, you get a comprehensive tool that records the attributes and location of products, which allows you to identify the causes of production errors, eliminate defective products and improve the production quality of your company.

Monitoring the flow of components in and outside the enterprise in real time.
A large set of data on the flow of components and the process allows you to reveal places and activities that slow down the production of the product. This makes it possible to improve the process.
Identification of adverse events during production or in the supply chain.
Product quality control - the possibility of eliminating entire series of defective products, a collection of data to increase the quality of production.
Let's talk about the possibility of implementation Traceability in your company

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