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 solution
that covers all stages
of the product lifecycle.
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.
Trace One Insight removes data silos, improving efficiencies, time to market and business performance.
Transparency is becoming a goal for all stakeholders in the supply chain. Why? Consumers are savvier and more curious than ever about the products they buy. They want to make purchases that are in line with their values. They want to know the products they buy are made in an ethical way. We are all consumers – and we care about the products we buy. We want to trust the brands we buy from. We want to believe labels, to keep our families healthy and to shop with confidence. With today’s massive global economy, farm-to-fork supply chains can be very complex and involve multiple production facilities at each stage. Brand owners are challenged to gain visibility – or transparency – into those complicated networks to validate data and ensure product safety, as well as:
These challenges are not just about being able to share information in the supply chain from retailer to raw material supplier. They’re about harnessing its complexity – the complexity of volumes of continually changing information from multiple parties.
Trace One does not simply provide a set of tools to address this challenge but offers an interconnected network of manufacturers in over 100 countries. This ever-expanding community is part of the answer to the need for widespread transparency.
This Infographic summarizes the findings of the latest Trace One's Private Label Global Survey. Here, we explore how Private Label companies collaborate, what they expect from suppliers and the main challenges they face when sourcing and launching new products.
To keep up with consumer trends (and increasingly intense competition), retailers need a way to make sense of their bounty of Private Label data. They need meaningful business intelligence that leads to smarter business decisions.
Date: Steptember 17-19, 2018
Location: Charlotte NC, Kimpton Tryon Park, USA
Join Kelly Thompson, Trace One Expert on Private Label during the 2018 Store Brands Webinar.
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with your professional communities
as you like: by project, product category, roles...
to make the most of the Trace One Platform.
Handle issues involving
your products or your suppliers
so that the best follow up actions
and solutions are provided promptly.
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.