Acsis Announces White Paper Series Focused on the Use of Serialization in Complex Supply Chains
July 9, 2015
New Publications Focus on Challenges and Solutions for Mixed Serialized and Non-Serialized Inventory
MARLTON, NJ – July 09, 2015 – Acsis Inc., the leading provider of traceability solutions for complex supply chain networks today announced the availability of a series of white papers focused on the business and operational benefits that are gained inside and outside of the enterprise by implementing a serialization solution.
“Most organizations are either migrating their serialization approach or evaluating how to face their complex network issues with serialization solutions. Our new white paper series crystalizes many of the main issues faced in these complex supply chain networks,” explained John DiPalo, Chief Strategy Officer, for Acsis. “A solid approach to serialization can help companies realize operational and financial benefits. We are excited to offer the top solutions in serialization with these new publications.”
The Acsis serialization white papers focus on the issues that companies and organizations face as they strive to meet challenges posed within their own facilities and throughout their partner and customer networks. The new Acsis white paper series includes:
- The Future of Serialization – This document explains how manufacturers that implement a traceability solution, with the granularity of item level serialization, can gain greater visibility of the movement of products through the supply chain.
- Aggregating Serialization Data: The Key to Success – Learn what changes to your packaging line, distribution processes, and IT landscape will be necessary to successfully serialize and manage serialized product.
- The Serialized Data Challenge – In this document, we discuss an approach to serialization that results in immediate compliance, business benefits, and provides a positive return on investment for your company.
Download these white papers directly from the Acsis website.
“Organizations with complex supply chains have questions and want to gain insight into new experiences while implementing best practices” noted DiPalo. “These white papers focused on serialization are one way we help people directly involved with complex networks understand how they can take a horizontal view that enables one end-to-end solution to manage both serialized and non-serialized product across internal and external systems.”
For more information on Acsis’ unique supply chain solutions, visit www.acsisinc.com. For further insights into topics related to the complexity of modern supply chains, read the Acsis blog at blog.acsisinc.com.
Since 1996, Acsis, Inc. has specialized in data collection and data integration solutions. Acsis’ supply chain expertise, derived from working with industry leaders worldwide, includes extensive knowledge of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), manufacturing, and warehouse management systems (WMS). Acsis offers a complete range of supply chain management and execution applications to efficiently collect, distribute, and integrate both serialized and non-serialized real-time data throughout an entire extended supply chain. These applications provide real-time visibility through the entire life cycle of the product.