If your company is involved in industrial manufacturing, you may have considered attaching a unique identity to each of your products sold on the market: product serialization.
- For some markets like pharmaceutical, serialization has become a legal requirement. A license to sell! Regulation does not allow unnumbered (anonymous) product packages to be sold in the market.
- A serial number can act as a proof of genuine product and it can protect your brand.
- Serialization enables supply chain visibility and personalized communication with individual consumers over the lifetime of its use.
But to give products an identity, it is not enough to just print a code on the package on the shop floor. Serialization touches IT systems and working processes in assembly/packaging lines, the supply chain and it has impact on master data. With IT specialists in the domain of Manufacturing Operations, MOMi can help you to get serialization organized and deployed effectively.