TRANSFORMING SUPPLY CHAIN TRACKING AND ANALYTICS
Monitor, plan and manage your supply chain, anywhere. We deliver a turnkey solution with real-time tracking capability that offers the very latest in IoT and AI technologies, providing valuable data and business intelligence to some of the world’s leading brands.
Built On Reliability
TrackLoop is an end-to-end, vertically integrated hardware/software company for real-time monitoring, planning and analytics of supply chain. Our solutions overcome challenges in on-demand delivery of products that can break the supply chain.
Tracking Cold Chain That Never Breaks
We integrate and monitor an unbroken chain of refrigerated equipment and environment that holds the integrity of vaccines, food, or pharma products. Specialized for urban delivery market, our unique IoT-powered predictive analytics provides real-time assessments of the safety, compliance and quality of the delivered products.
Inter-operable and Interactive
In an ever growing on-demand local deliveries, TrackLoop streamlines the integrity of temperature-sensitive products to real-time fleet dispatching and inventory management, all documented to a decentralized network of records. TrackLoop seamlessly integrates with leading ERP solutions, enabling customers to easily visualize and leverage supply chain analytics for monitoring and planning purposes.
TrackLoop is quickly setting itself ahead of competitors in the Supply Chain 4.0 space. It is one of the only integrated, end-to-end platforms on the market today. The company brings its own hardware/software expertise for real-time cold chain tracking and supply chain monitoring.
Who We are
Backed by a team of senior executives and engineers with extensive experience in data analytics, supply chain management, AI, and IoT, TrackLoop is capable of successfully integrating such disruptive technologies into the operations of producers and distributors of all sizes. The team possesses a deep understanding of local, national, and global markets and hands-on experience with digital assets for processing and logistics.
What we do
TrackLoop is providing one of the first fully integrated Supply Chain Management (SCM), planning and analytics for emerging on-demand urban delivery market. TrackLoop’s turnkey software/hardware with real-time tracking solutions offer the very latest in IoT and AI, providing valuable data and business intelligence to some of the world’s leading brands.
How we do it
TrackLoop is presenting a framework that involves IoT and smart Supply Chain monitoring, enabling processors to more effectively buy and sell equipment, improve their production cycle, and ship to retailers. For logistics companies, IoT-powered Supply Chain track & trace enable delivery verification and real-time cold chain monitoring that subsequently improves quality of on-demand pickup and drop off transactions.
– TRACKLOOP FOR THE FOOD INDUSTRY
A major opportunity exists in the food delivery industry due to
1) systemic food waste problems and
2) the lack of real-time traceability of supply chains.
One of the most effective measures of reducing food losses is implementing cold chain management—namely, temperature-controlled production, storage and distribution activities.
The increase in food waste creates an opportunity to apply real-time connectivity and Machine-to-Machine technologies to improve upon the on-demand transportation sector.
– TRACKLOOP FOR THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY
“The rule of thumb for many years now has been that the sales volume of temperature-controlled products grows at twice the rate of pharma overall, and that is continuing for the near term,” says Nick Basta, editor of Pharmaceutical Commerce. “Growth rates for the logistics services to deliver these products also grow at a much faster rate than overall pharma logistics…”
In the Pharma industry, spending on devices and systems for CRT (controlled-room-temperature) shipping are increasing, with the majority of the spending going to improved monitoring of shipping conditions and increased use of temperature-controlled delivery vehicles
The pharmaceutical industry’s increased demand for cold-chain solutions can be attributed to its need for maintaining safety and efficacy of pharmaceuticals. The cold chain in this sector is also driven by strict regulations such as the GDP (Goods Distribution Practices) in the EU.
– TRACKLOOP FOR THE CANNABIS INDUSTRY
TrackLoop disrupting the massively underserved multi-billion
cannabis logistics market in the USA, Canada, and EU.
The cannabis industry needs innovative solutions.
Over 65% of the cannabis industry still relies on paper or non-universal record keeping. Current logistics solutions are challenging to implement, due to poor software compatibility and high integration costs.
Along the newly developing cannabis supply chain, the demand is growing for real-time and secured traceability.
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