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New Software to Enforce Illegal Chemicals Supply Chain

Verify Brand, active in supply chain security software systems, says its new Verify Platform, a piece of advanced serialization, traceability and authentication software, could stop illegal, dangerous and counterfeit chemicals from entering a manufacturer's supply chain.

The Verify Platform is designed to provide greater security to manufacturers and distributors of pesticides and other chemicals. It uses secure unique identifiers (sUIDs) and product traceability features to give manufacturers complete chain-of-custody tracking - creating a secure audit trail and alert system from the point of production to end-user delivery.

The Verify Platform catalogs all events to provide enterprise reporting tools.  A secure website and mobile apps allow users to access real-time data and analytics at any time. This enables chemical manufacturers to identify counterfeits, as well as track potential diversions of legitimate products from their supply chain.

The company says that counterfeits and illegal chemicals pull demand away from quality products, ultimately stealing profits from chemical manufacturers. They pose threats to human health and the environment, leaving brands with the blame. These low-quality chemicals further damage brands as they are often less effective or completely ineffective.

The company added that this is because counterfeit products lack the rigorous testing, refinement and compliance that legitimate chemicals receive, and that the spread of counterfeits is rampant across the globe.

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The Verify Platform is designed to provide greater security to manufacturers and distributors of pesticides and other chemicals. It uses secure unique identifiers (sUIDs) and product traceability features to give manufacturers complete chain-of-custody tracking - creating a secure audit trail and alert system from the point of production to end-user delivery.

The Verify Platform catalogs all events to provide enterprise reporting tools.  A secure website and mobile apps allow users to access real-time data and analytics at any time. This enables chemical manufacturers to identify counterfeits, as well as track potential diversions of legitimate products from their supply chain.

The company says that counterfeits and illegal chemicals pull demand away from quality products, ultimately stealing profits from chemical manufacturers. They pose threats to human health and the environment, leaving brands with the blame. These low-quality chemicals further damage brands as they are often less effective or completely ineffective.

The company added that this is because counterfeit products lack the rigorous testing, refinement and compliance that legitimate chemicals receive, and that the spread of counterfeits is rampant across the globe.

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