traceability: Harnessing the power of your supply chain


Knowledge at your fingertips

Through documented recorded identification, traceability enables you to track the movement of goods across the supply chain (history, location, or status of items). Beyond complying with legal requirements, this ability can offer your organization a significant competitive advantage thanks to the actionable data it generates.  For example, you can use this data to increase proximity and real-time contact with end users and partners for collaboration and continuous improvement.

From the extraction of raw materials to distribution to end users and disposal, traceability authenticates product pedigree, allowing for ultimate optimization ─ resources, parts, product inventory, etc.


Dedicated to providing quality customized inspection and traceability systems for nearly three decades, OPTEL has become the recognized global leader in Track&Trace technology. With our proven expertise, our advanced algorithms, our knowledge of the manufacturing process, and the advent of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), OPTEL’s data-centric traceability systems can now enable you to lead the artificial intelligence wave and benefit from solutions built for efficiency, profitability and sustainability.

From raw materials to brand protection, traceability enables a wide range of diverse benefits for companies, people and the planet.

To make supply chains smarter, a number of new and enabling technologies are required. OPTEL’s personalized approach and long-standing expertise allows us to put these technologies together in a way that adapts to your specific needs/supply chain

E2E traceability platform

Enabling technologies

Collaborative platform

Combination of tools and processes to connect and collaborate with others while providing access to all required information and resources.


Distributed ledger technology providing a transparent and secure means for tracking transactions.

Internet of Things

IoT extends connectivity to everyday things that utilize embedded technology to communicate and interact with the external environment, all via the Internet.

Business intelligence and reporting

Tools and systems allowing a company to gather, store, access and analyze corporate data to aid in decision-making.

Artificial Intelligence

Branch of computer science aiming to make computers behave like humans. Advances in this area are starting to enable uses beyond robotics and games.



Be more efficient and maximize performance in every way ─ far beyond regulatory compliance.

In addition to identifying counterfeit products and protecting your revenue, your traceability data can also be used to track and better manage raw materials, resources, waste, inventory, product recalls and warranty costs.


The authenticity and visibility provided by traceability solutions enable you to establish unquestionable trust with suppliers and customers.

For customers, your brand becomes a proven symbol of quality, safety and authenticity.
For suppliers, traceability eliminates the need to conduct full testing at every transaction point in the supply chain.


As resources dwindle and costs rise, sustainability is increasingly important. Traceability allows you to ensure fair trade, maximize available resources, reduce waste, reuse materials, and even sell your industrial by-products.
Traceability is the key to product life cycle analysis which leads to understanding and controlling the environmental and social impact of your products.

"With the intensification of traceability and transformative innovations enabled by technological advances such as Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain and the Internet of Things devices, we now can increase the efficiency of supply chains and secure them completely. "

Louis Roy, Founder and President of OPTEL GROUP