Collaboration, innovation, transparency.
Discover the key challenges addressed
within the Trace One Network.
Growth, regulatory compliance, cost control.
The Trace One Network delivers
concrete benefits for all stakeholders, whether
retailers or manufacturers.
Associations, solutions and technology partners.
Discover the contributors
to the Trace One Network.
A collaborative retail business network, enhancing communication so companies can create innovative products, boost efficiency and delight consumers.
a collaborative solution
that covers all stages
of the product lifecycle.
Trace One Insight removes data silos, improving efficiencies, time to market and business performance.
It is impossible to talk about business development without discussing innovation and close collaboration between all stakeholders. Today, retailers and manufacturers have no choice but to work together and embrace this new collaborative approach which has become a prerequisite for effective value creation. Whether shortening product development time, complying with regulatory requirements or responding reactively to customer concerns, collaboration is essential.
In our fast-paced and constantly changing industry, traditional communication methods such as email no longer lend themselves to effective collaboration. Massive information volumes; relentless version changes; multiple stakeholder involvement – these challenges alone demonstrate that the right tools are required to remain effective.
Working towards a common goal between retailers and manufacturers should be simple. But it requires the alignment of interests, priorities, and approaches. These aren’t easy to achieve. Effective collaboration lies in the availability of comprehensive information, but also in the setting up of a comfortable level of mutual confidence with respect to information sharing.
Facilitating collaboration while focusing on creating an environment that nurtures confidence, is a fundamental pillar for Trace One.
In the last special report from Trace One's Private Label Global Survey, we explore the Top 4 challenges of retailers and their partners in 2019 and how to solve them to meet customers' needs and increase sales.
Private Label products have come a long way in recent years. Once perceived as cheap and basic compared to the national brands on offer, consumers are now recognizing that Private Labels are actually a worthwhile purchase.
Surveying 385 grocery retailers and consumer goods suppliers across North America and Europe, the study explores collaboration between retailers and suppliers and highlights opportunities for improvement to boost Private Label success.
Trace One will be one of the main actors of the Phygital Food and Life theme at the M.A.D.E. this year in Paris!
M.A.D.E. is where the best trends, innovations, sourcing, and inspiration come together to co-create customised products in a dynamic business environment.
Register now for free!
Trace One’s Supplier Collaboration Program enables retailer to truly engage with their supplier community in a way that drives innovation, speeds up time to market and ensures both teams are efficient.
Manage your professional communities,
and drive business improvement
with comprehensive dashboards.
Trace One has been recognized as the most innovative technology company in France.
In 2008, Kambly, the Swiss biscuit manufacturer, receives the GS1 Trophy in GDS (Global Data Synchronization) for its collaboration with Carrefour through the Trace One 's PIM electronic catalogue.
IE-Club Observatory Trophy: Presented jointly with Auchan in 2011 at the MEDEF’s Summer University in the category "Cloud Collaboration: More competitiveness"
Trace One has been ranking by Deloitte's Technology Fast 500 in North America based on
significant revenue growth from 2008 to 2012.
Trace One won 2 bronze Steve ® Award in the Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) category at the 2013 American Business Awards (ABAs).
Deloitte Technology Fast 50: In 2007, Trace One was ranked number 4 on the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 for high-growth companies in Europe.