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An annual summit about the future of track and trace solutions and holistic digital supply chains

16-17 Oct 2023
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The Summit

What to expect?

The way we think about supply chains is reshaped by digital transformation and industry 4.0. Rethink:TMRW opens up new perspectives on how we plan, manage and redefine end-to-end integration models in value chains for greater efficiency, flexibility, resiliency and safety.


This event incorporates thrilling keynotes, informative references and panel discussions with customers and experts from Track and Trace, Digital Manufacturing and Asset Management will share their unique stories and offer valuable insights. Rethink:TMRW has networking at its core with opportunities for casual conversations with some of the largest enterprises, global experts, solution providers and your industry peers.


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The Conference

2022 Highlights

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Key topics

Smart Traceability

Enterprises can reduce the risk of disruption by having a high level of collaboration and good supply chain visibility internally as well as with stakeholders. Risks, such as counterfeiting, quality damage, recalls and unexpected events, cost time and money. Technology has brought more visibility and traceability into the supply chain. This digital approach helped connect stakeholders from origin to consumer and improved remote access to essential information needed for agile decision-making. This enhanced communication enables partners to adjust to operations in a dynamic economy.

Cloud Technology

Supply chains have not been linear for many decades and cloud-based technology helps companies migrate towards a connected digital ecosystem to enable greater efficiencies and agility. These “as-a-service” platforms remove many of the barriers for businesses that were unable to support the budget and staffing required for enterprise-level systems. Without an upfront purchase, the investment moves from capital expenditure to operational cost on the balance sheet. These robust systems are easy to manage and scale while being reliable for mission-critical performance.

Mobile Business Intelligence

Mobile solutions continue to be adopted to improve efficiency and safety because lack of access to good information can cause several challenges, such as not having visibility into operations. With the pandemic, remote monitoring using mobile applications also increased. These applications are an important component for reviewing and completing tasks as well as being notified of issues. This technology empowers your workforce to deliver operational excellence by providing the information they need in the field or at the office.

Regulatory Compliance

Governments continue to enact legislation to protect their constituents as well as reduce economic and health implications. Industry stakeholders must comply with local rules in countries where they do business. Some of these regulations can be complex and are rarely standardized. For government and compliance challenges, traceability technologies help digitize regulated processes for streamlined reporting without disrupting company operations or the supply of goods.

Industry 4.0

Intelligent enterprises are building a digital connection into their supply chain to improve business performance, customer experiences and efficiency. Industry 4.0 technologies enabling this transformation include cloud computing, edge computing, IoT and industrial big data management. With this digital thread foundation, companies accelerate automation, ensure business continuity and drive innovation.


There is 5.6x faster growth of sustainable consumer packaged goods according to the World Bank Carbon Pricing Dashboard. It is driven in part by the increased demand for responsibly sourced products and services that reduce environmental impacts and social inequities. A full-lifecycle approach creates embedded sustainability that helps supply chains better adapt to resource availability, regulation changes and changing consumer demands.