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|July 31, 2014 03:56 PM EDT||
COLUMBIA, MD -- (Marketwired) -- 07/31/14 -- Movilitas Consulting, a division of Peak-Ryzex, Inc., today announced it has launched a new Track & Trace as a Service (TTaaS) solution to provide a secure and proven platform to companies faced with global regulatory compliance and product visibility corporate initiatives. The TTaaS solution from Movilitas is based on the standard SAP® enterprise solution for Track & Trace, SAP Auto-ID Infrastructure (SAP AII) and SAP Object Event Repository (SAP OER), but remotely hosted to offer the solution through a more flexible monthly-fee for service arrangement. The Movilitas TTaaS solution removes the high up-front capital investment costs that are typically required for software licensing and infrastructure with a traditional on premise solution.
The Movilitas TTaaS solution allows companies to quickly and easily comply with the 2015 requirements of H.R. 3204, and with the preemption of California e-pedigree law, the Drug Quality and Security Act (DQSA) of 2013 while providing a scalable platform for complying with future serialization requirements for 2017 and beyond.
The benefits of the Movilitas Track & Trace as a Service (TTaaS) solution include:
- Supports all serialization and regulatory reporting requirements around the world (US DQSA Title II, China, Turkey, Brazil, Argentina, and more)
- Ease of implementation with minimal internal resources needed; quickly achieve compliance with transaction information (TI), transaction statement (TS), and transaction history (TH)
- Achieves compliance with the DQSA Suspect Product Verification requirements
- Highly secure, fault tolerant, high availability SaaS platform
- Time-tested platform (SAP Track & Trace with SAP AII & SAP OER)
- Integrates with partners using industry standards
- Enables compliance with regulatory requirements for computer systems including GMP validation
- Feature-rich serialization management and traceability solution (multiple product identification formats, etc.)
- Extensive standard report set
- 24x7 support resources
"Companies need to quickly adapt their IT systems, production, packaging lines and business processes in order to achieve compliance with the ever-growing list of regulatory requirements for tracking and tracing goods throughout the global supply chain," said Stefan Hockenberger, principal, global Track & Trace, Movilitas Consulting. "Movilitas Consulting developed our Track & Trace as a Service solution to remove the high up-front capital investment costs that are typically required for software licensing and infrastructure when deploying an on-premise solution while at the same time designing a solution that minimizes the burden on our customers' internal resources and allows for quickly achieving compliance with global regulatory requirements."
In addition to the new TTaaS solution, Movilitas will continue to offer an on-premise option leveraging a proven SAP solution to accelerate serialization deployments at a fixed price while also helping customers optimize their supply chain, and maintain the integrity of product visibility for complete supply network traceability.
"We designed our solution to be used by any company faced with global regulatory requirements, regardless of the size of their business or current ERP system. For non-SAP users, the TTaaS solution offers a quick, easy, and economical way to achieve compliance while leveraging the proven track-record of the SAP Track & Trace technology components. For SAP users, the TTaaS solution provides another option for deploying SAP technology without adding internal support burden or additional IT infrastructure," added Hockenberger.
About Movilitas Consulting
Movilitas Consulting, a division of Peak-Ryzex, provides end-to-end supply chain, track and trace and mobility solutions. Movilitas Consulting solutions enhance customers' control of their extended supply chain, help ensure compliance with global regulations, and optimize field-based business processes helping to accelerate the pace of business performance.
For more information on Movilitas Consulting, visit www.movilitas.com.
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