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Real-Time Food Traceability: Supply Chain Visibility Cloud-Based Solution Update

The latest launch from rfxcel offers users innovative technology to trace products at every stage in the supply chain, improving transparency for partners and consumers alike. The company’s proprietary Traceability System (rTS) is a comprehensive and industry-leading suite of applications that powers and optimizes productivity and quality control across the entire food supply continuum.

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While the recently updated rTS finds application across multiple sectors, its powerful cloud-based monitoring system offers much-needed innovation in the food sector, ensuring delivery of higher-quality products while meeting compliance obligations. The software improves business processes with advanced analytics, helping users preempt problems and manage inventories remotely.

According to Bain & Company’s recent Global Traceability Survey, 68% of executives view the issue of traceability as important to their business. However, the implementation of this idea has proved to be both complex and at times painful. Just 58% of those surveyed had begun to adopt specific software for their supply chain with just 15% capturing value at scale.

These statistics highlight how crucial rfxcel’s rTS system will prove in updating supply chain traceability solutions in the digital age. Thanks to the software’s Integration Server, users can map, transform, and manage data while the rfxchange empowers stronger connections with trading partners.

Another facet of rTS is its Integrated Monitoring (rIM). By serializing every product – down to the unit level – users can remotely monitor food inventory when in transit. This type of end-to-end traceability ensures quality control at every node of a supply chain.

For food industry partners, this allows tracking according to a variety of variables including the temperature, humidity, tilt, and light exposure of the goods. QR codes displayed on product packaging also provide a way to connect with consumers who want to know where their food has come from and that they are buying verified items.

About rfxcel

The company is part of the Antares Vision Group and was co-founded by Glenn Abood and Jack Tarkoff in 2003. Since its inception, the team has pioneered digital traceability technology that meets the demands of global compliance while driving value for trading partners and consumers.

A spokesperson says, “One system does everything: an integrated serialization and track & trace platform with real-time data from IoT-enabled devices.”

For more information, go to

rfxcel – Part of the Antares Vision Group
[email protected]

5385 Reno Corporate Drive, STE 200

United States

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