In the efforts of creating smooth and open supply chain services, JD.com in China launched an advanced technology program known as “Medicine Open Tracing Solution”. This program was first announced in Beijing during the 2018 JD`s Big Data Summit. The pharmaceutical Open Tracing Solution program is designed in a way it easy to use and has a leverage IoT solutions to simplify data collection process.
This program is found in JD.com website in an Open Platform, and its primary purpose is to assess the quality of medicines from suppliers to consumers by providing significant tracing information. Pharmaceutical tracing program covers all the process from the production, medical usage, transportation, storage and marketing of drugs. Refer to This Article for additional information.
The formation of this program was triggered by the recent pharmaceutical incidences in China which entails the sub-standards medical products more, so vaccines products, which have been found expired or below standards in the past. The substandard products have increased concern on the safety, and sources of medicine consumers are using.
JD.com is also teaming up with various bodies to strengthen their capabilities and enhance quick achievement of this project. The partnering industries include smart hardware manufacturers, medical software providers, and industry associations entitled to oversee the whole development of “Internet of Things” ecosystem devices which will promote medical traceability, improve standards and promote transparency across the firm.
According to Jian Pei, the tracing solution would enhance transparency and accountability to every party involved in the pharmaceutical industry. Some of the parties include; company’s consumers, businesses and governments. Jian Pei is the head of JD.com Big Data and Smart Supply Chain company.
At the beginning of the year 2018, JD.com launched its Blockchain Open Platform aiming at providing blockchain capabilities to a variety of industries. JD.com is leveraging its ability in various sectors including technology, the supply chain, logistics and other related sectors empowering its partners with its initiative programs. China Pacific Insurance Company was the first company to employ open blockchain platform where it used it to develop a convenient traceable system for all invoices sent online also known as ‟fapiao,” which are the official receipts for business required in China.
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