Lot Tracking Software

Is your current Enterprise Resource Planning software capable of properly and accurately tracking your inventory through Lot Tracking methods?

lot-tracking-syspro-factsheet-cover360Multiple software systems are prone to workarounds and more errors which can hurt the bottom line. Compliance is difficult to achieve, and it adds time to the already time-sensitive product recall process.

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The Value of SYSPRO Lot Tracking
  • Maintain a history of traceable items for account ability and customer service follow-up.
  • Keep detailed notes about inspections.
  • Provide reject control and documentation.
  • Furnish shelf-life control.
  • Trace semi-finished or finished products from the supplier of raw materials through to the customer.
  • Allow the same lot number to be used for multiple stock items.
  • Archive information on traceable items to conserve disk resources.
  • View an on-screen query of current and/or archived data.

Integrated ERP Lot Tracking Eases Compliance, Recall Issues for Food and Beverage and Medical Device Manufacturing

SYSPRO ERP Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Software System, integrates lot tracking functionality with all the business processes of a pharmaceutical manufacturer - including
  • Purchasing
  • Inventory management
  • Production
  • Sales
  • Formulation
  • Regulatory reporting
  • Accounting - in a single software system.

"The importance of true lot tracking has never been more clear." says SCC CEO Gerald Poe. "Not only is it necessary for regulatory compliance requirements, but for product recall purposes, as well."

Multiple software systems are prone to workarounds and more errors which can hurt the bottom line. Compliance is difficult to achieve, and it adds time to the already time-sensitive product recall process.

Achieving true lot tracking - where raw materials can be traced seamlessly from receipt through shipment - requires three things,

  1. Integrating your business processes in one system.

  2. Prohibiting negative inventory.

  3. Posting transactions in real time.

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