Acsis data capture solutions

Eliminating the barriers to supply network visibility

Posted by John DiPalo

Jun 10, 2016 11:00:00 AM

It’s no secret that manufacturers continue to outsource more of their supply chain to third parties, but how are they dealing with integration challenges caused by a lack of visibility? What technologies are they putting in place to get near real-time status for goods in process? What are the biggest barriers to improving supply network visibility with partners outside the four walls?

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Topics: Edge Network

Moving Past the '90s: Why ERP Just Doesn't Cut it When it Comes to Supply Network Visibility

Posted by Jeremy Coote

Jun 9, 2016 3:00:00 PM

This article was originally published by Supply Chain Digest. View the article here.

Using Outsourced Suppliers Requires a Front-end Collection Solution that Seamlessly Syncs with your ERP System

 

The early ’90s were an exciting time to be part of the software industry. Reengineering was hot and companies realized how revamping processes could improve business performance. Add to that the accelerating trend of client-server computing and the fears of Y2K in legacy systems and the environment was ripe for something radical. And so ERP systems were born.

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Topics: Supply Network Visibility, Edge Network

Supply network integration survey: Find out how your level of visibility measures up

Posted by John DiPalo

May 4, 2016 1:52:34 PM

If you’re like most manufacturers today, your world includes a diverse group of partners, such as subcontractors, co-manufacturers and third-party distributors. But what it doesn’t include is a complete view of what’s actually happening – at any moment in time – in this extended supply chain.

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Topics: Edge Network

IDC names Acsis a Major Player in the Pharmaceutical Track and Trace Software Market

Posted by John DiPalo

Apr 28, 2016 9:00:00 AM

IDC recently published its MarketScape: Worldwide Pharmaceutical Track and Trace Software 2016 Vendor Assessment, which named Acsis as a Major Player. The key selection criteria (solution functionality, scalability, solution support and market knowledge) are all areas in which we invested a lot of time and effort. As we built Acsis Edge for Pharma, we focused on two overarching design goals. First, we wanted it to be end-to-end, providing customers with a single solution to take them from the packaging line through distribution. Second, we wanted it to be modular, so customers could deploy serialization in the areas where they had immediate needs and later install additional modules as needed. In other words, get started with the functionality they need today, but also have the ability to extend the solution because all components are built to work together on a common platform.

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Topics: Serialization, serialized warehouse, pharmaceutical

Serialization: What today’s decisions will mean for tomorrow’s business

Posted by John DiPalo

Apr 5, 2016 1:04:04 PM

Looking for guidance on DSCSA compliance and the benefits of serialization? Then you are in luck. We recently published a white paper (download it here) that explores the value beyond compliance for pharmaceutical companies on the journey from a batch-managed world to a serialized world. The paper combines best practices gleaned from customer interviews, Acsis serialization implementations and the results of a survey we conducted with Pharmaceutical Commerce.

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Topics: Serialization, serialized warehouse

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