Meet us at FachPack

tracekey is attending the FachPack 2019 in Nürnberg from 24. to 26. September. We will present our Level3 solution and our pharma serialization solution mytracekey PHARMA. Visit us for more details at booth 1-112. […]

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We are partners at GS1 Germany UDI Conference

GS1 Germany in cooperation with its partner network organizes a two-day conference on Unique Device Identifiers (UDI) in connection with Medical Device Regulation (MDR). The UDI Practice Day is intended to provide medical technology companies with comprehensive knowledge about MDR-UDI through workshops, lectures, and panels and at the same time provide them with practical solutions […]

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RegTech in the Life Science Industry

In a highly regulated environment, appropriate IT solutions are needed. A new generation of IT companies has therefore established itself, particularly in the finance sector. The so-called RegTechs offer efficient IT solutions for the financial markets that are adapted to strict regulations, but regulatory pressure is also increasing in many other industries. Is it possible […]

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Blockchain Is Not a Business Case

An editorial by Daniel Althoff, Product Manager From now on, the tracekey “perspective” series contains texts by our employees on important topics in the industry. Daniel Althoff gives his opinion on the much-discussed Blockchain. >>When I first had to deal with the term “blockchain” professionally, I sat in a meeting with consultants and anti-counterfeiting experts. […]

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It doesn’t always have to be the big ones – why it is worthwhile for mid-sized companies to fall back on smaller software providers

If you think of business software, the well-known names of large software manufacturers come to mind, but it is worth looking beyond the end of one’s nose especially for small and medium-sized companies. For them, smaller providers mean service at eye level as well as specialized and clear offers. No matter in which field, digital […]

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