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Maintain Traceability

Maintain batch traceability to track dates of manufacture, expiry of raw materials, and identify and trace finished products.

Maintain batch traceability to track dates of manufacture, expiry of raw materials, and identify and trace finished products.


Complete visibility in your production process

With SAP Business One, you can achieve complete visibility and control over the production process. Batch codes allow you to track all products from procurement through production to point of sale and beyond.

SAP Business One collects and stores batch information including details of supplier(s), raw materials, date of manufacture, product BBE date, as well as other batch attributes and details of the customer(s) to whom a batch was sold - all the information needed to implement a product recall, if required.

Drilldown tools allow you to drill from finished goods to multi-level BoMs to determine exactly where a faulty or problem batch has been used, and more importantly where relevant items are now, or which customers bought them.

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Efficient inventory management

For short-life or perishable goods, an efficient inventory management system is essential.

Through batch traceability, SAP Business One tracks all your inventory items in real-time, no matter where they are in the distribution process, helping you improve the shelf life of products, prioritise batches for distribution, minimise waste and meet customer requirements.

 
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Improved customer experience

Batch traceability helps you to keep customers informed and up to date with any quality or production-related issues.

With SAP Business One, you can identify and consult with affected customers and determine recalls based on the exact batch or production date (or manufacturing date) as required.

 
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End-to-end product tracking

For effective batch traceability, every batch (or lot) can be tracked at every stage of the production process. Batch codes are assigned for all significant events affecting the batch, including:

  • Procurement information and receipt date
  • The production batch that it was used in
  • The warehouse in which it was stored, together with any movement and dispatch details
  • Its sale date and the customer to whom it was sold as well as the method of delivery

And more.


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