BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Trace One, a global leader in private label product lifecycle management (PLM) solutions and transparency software for retailers, manufacturers and suppliers, and SGS, the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company, today unveiled SGS Supply Chain Solution powered by T Transparency. The integrated platform will provide brand owners, manufacturers and suppliers with complete, farm-to-fork visibility throughout the entire supply chain.
SGS Supply Chain Solution powered by T Transparency is built upon a social network platform that enables the entire supply chain to communicate more effectively in real time, and quickly verify data and assess risks. Organizations can prompt partners to join their network to easily share information and documentation, driving multi-layer visibility that drives down costs and increases product safety. Users of SGS Supply Chain Solution powered by T Transparency have their own profiles and can interconnect with various supply chains, while easily managing the security and privacy within each of those networks. This simplified and cloud-based workflow ensures the accuracy of data and information, helps partners communicate about and react to recalls and industry alerts, enhances productivity, and provides brand owners with a dashboard of invaluable insights, such as overall supply chain risk, visibility and compliance.
“With the growing number of food safety rules and regulations, it is essential for retailers, manufacturers and raw material suppliers to have visibility into all of their business partners and be aware of any potential risks associated with them. Working with SGS Supply Chain Solution powered by T Transparency means you will be able to effectively share information about product safety and partner compliance,” said Jerome Malavoy, CEO of Trace One.
Using real-time supply chain data, the SGS Supply Chain Solution powered by T Transparency will reduce risk, identify ingredient origins and ensure compliance, providing consumers with safe and accurate information. By inviting all partners to join their network, brand owners can access information including the number of partners in their supply chain, how much visibility they have into these partners and areas to improve for greater transparency.
“The expertise, industry knowledge and solutions that SGS can offer, together with a platform like T Transparency, will validate real-time supply chain data to diagnose and mitigate risks, ensure compliance and protect our customers’ brands,” said Francois Marti, EVP Systems and Services Certification at SGS.
SGS is the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company. SGS is recognized as the global benchmark for quality and integrity. With more than 80,000 employees, SGS operates a network of over 1,650 offices and laboratories around the world.
About Trace One
Trace One connects all supply chain network stakeholders to accelerate product innovation while creating supply chain transparency. Trace One powers the world’s largest network for private label development with more than 20,000 companies in 110 countries developing over $300B in annual products spend. The company has offices in Boston, Chicago, Paris, London, Madrid and Dusseldorf.