TraceabiliT

TraceabiliT has a technology that enables full transparency for your product’s journey from raw materials to end product. Transparent storytelling for every supply chain.
What you get is what you see - TraceabiliT.

 
Open the camera app on your phone and point at this QR code to see  demo timeline .

Open the camera app on your phone and point at this QR code to see demo timeline.

consumers should be able to make informed decisions

Responsible food production, sustainability and innovation are values TraceabiliT shares with millennial consumers, modern retailers and distributors. We offer this technology platform instantly online, from the moment the production begins, to the moment it reaches the customer.

TraceabiliT will give consumers a visual timeline of the process the product went through before they buy it, enabling them to make informed decisions and support with their purchases those companies with highest social and environmental values. In this sense, it will contribute to fighting food fraud and will encourage long-term sustainable practices.

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Consumers don’t need an app

The end consumers simply need to have a smart phone. They are able to access the timeline with their own phone via camera. Just open camera, point at QR and tap on banner. It opens a visual timeline in default browser.

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Tell your product’s story

Users can define their brands supply chain in TraceabiliT with a wide selection of widgets that display dynamic data on a timeline and are designed in harmony with the users brand.
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Nearly all consumers (94%) are likely to be loyal to a brand that offers complete transparency.
— https://www.labelinsight.com/Transparency-ROI-Study
 
Almost three in four consumers (73%) say they would be willing to pay more for a product that offers complete transparency in all attributes.
— https://www.labelinsight.com/Transparency-ROI-Study
 
87% of workers want their company to be transparent.
— https://slackhq.com/trust-tools-and-teamwork-what-workers-want