Track & Trace Software for Serialization and Aggregation of Products
Track & Trace Software

Track & Trace Software

Connectivity for all 5 levels of serialization with integration into existing ERP & cloud systems

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Further reading to other topics related to Track & Trace Software

PCE Guide

Guide to Track & Trace Technology for use in the Pharmaceutical Industries
This guide covers everything you need to know about serialization and aggregation, to implementing an effective Track & Trace programme for use in the...


ProdX™ Software Brochure
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White Papers

Serialization - Are You Ready?
The global threat of counterfeit medicines is growing. Quickly learn how to reliably track and trace medicinal products by integrating serialization s...
Tamper-Evident Pharmaceutical Packaging
This white paper explains the implications of the EU directive 2011/62/EU and EN 16679 and how this will affect pharmaceutical packaging. It specifica...
Food Safety Standards and Legislation White Paper
This white paper looks at the Communicating Reliable Information and Standards for Agriculture and Logistics (CRISTAL); a communications framework for...
Understanding Regulations in Medical Device Labeling
This white paper looks at the aggregation process which defines the track and trace data relationship between the parent and child.

Case Studies

Catalent Biologics Turns to Track & Trace to Keep Compliant
Catalent Biologics, a leading provider of advanced delivery technologies and development solutions for biologics, turned to METTLER TOLEDO for afforda...
Petrochemicals manufacturer implements Track & Trace solutions
In a first for the industry, a manufacturer of lubricants and other petrochemicals recently elected to implement a complete Track & Trace program in t...
Simplify Your Aggregation with OEM Integration
R-Pharm Germany GmbH has rounded out its service portfolio with the Case Aggregation Kit from METTLER TOLEDO PCE – in combination with a compatible ca...
State-of-the-Art Track & Trace Solution
The XMV datamatrix station from METTLER TOLEDO PCE supports August Faller in providing sustainable marking and verification of cardboard boxes, carton...



What's the Difference Between Track & Trace and Serialization?

Serialization is the marking of a product at the individual level with a unique identifying number. That number is recorded and uploaded to a centralized database where it can be checked at point of sale to establish the authenticity of the product. Track & Trace combines serialization with aggregation, establishing complete traceability of products as they move through the supply chain.

What Software is Required for Compliance with Pharmaceutical Regulations?

The software side of Track & Trace regulations require programs that possess specific capabilities. The software must be secure, it must be able to collect serialization data from each serialization point on the production line and it must be able to export that data in a format that can be added to a manufacturer's database. The manufacturer's database must in turn connect to other databases depending on regulations – it may connect to a corporate ERP system only, or it may be required to connect to the database of a government authority. From that location, the serialization data can be accessed by the various stakeholders in the process (delivery companies, warehouses, retailers). 

    What Does the Integration Process Look Like?

    Like the Track & Trace process itself, there are two parts to the integration process. The first, and more obvious, comes from adding the hardware to the production line. This may not involve anything more than rolling the hardware up to the production line and connecting it to a power source, or it could involve making a modification to existing equipment – for example, connecting cameras to a label printer in order to perform verification duties. The software integration is the more difficult task – the system needs to be able to communicate with the printer, the camera, and – of course – whatever database is assigning and recording serialization data.

    What are the Connectivity Options for PCE Line Manager and PCE Site Manager?

    Both PCE Line and PCE Site Manager software connect to Microsoft SQL Server or Oracle databases via Ethernet connection.

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