Tive Partners With iTrazo and Persequor to Form International Alliance to Deliver Supply Chain Transparency
AUSTRALIA, DENMARK & UNITED STATES - An innovative new alliance has formed to increase supply-chain transparency as iTrazo, Persequor, and Tive recently announced the formation of a pivotal new consortium.
"We believe that iTrazo, Persequor, and Tive each uniquely contribute to the consortium's offering, as collaboration and open access is a strong driver for Tive, who has partnered to create the Open Visibility Network (OVN) that increases visibility data across various platforms to benefit everyone involved in global supply chains," said Hany Amer, Director APAC, Tive.
Together the experts from Australia, Denmark, and the United States form a data-enriched ecosystem of collaborative and complementary offerings within track and trace, traceability, customer engagement, and visibility, according to a press release.
"By working with the consortium, companies have immediate access to multi-sensor trackers, track and trace platforms, mobile apps, sophisticated repositories, and a multitude of software specifically created for optimal and actionable granular traceability," said Ron Volpe, Senior Vice President of International Markets for Denmark-based Persequor.
Tive offers cost-effective access to its IoT tracking devices and insights, which address higher efficiency, increased convenience, improved production quality, and better utilization of crucial event data, as explained in the release, giving the service provider’s allies more options to transform their products.
Tive also provides an extra layer of load-sensing data through the use of its Solo™ 5G trackers, which provide information about temperature, light, humidity, and shock, in addition to location and condition. This data streams in real-time, which allows companies to easily and efficiently track their in-transit goods globally.
The development of the newfound consortium came from the realization that digitization is no longer an option for managing modern-day supply chains, igniting the three industry partners to innovate and bring new digital traceability solutions to companies across APAC.
"Joining forces ensures readily available end-to-end solutions,” explained iTrazo’s CEO and Founder, Reeanjou Ram. “Our traceability platform is complemented by Persequor's SAGA repositories and software, all based on EPCIS standards. Track and trace events can be stored, monitored, and analyzed from origin to consumption, enabling businesses to track billions of unique items, products, and events."
Surely this union will result in innovative new solutions across the supply chain, so keep reading AndNowUKnow to stay up to date.