On 29th September 2016, this turnkey solution for compliance in a box for upcoming pharma industry regulations was awarded winner of the category “Most Innovative Processing or Packaging Machine” at the PPMA (Processing and Packaging Machinery Association) ceremony.
Thanks to more than a decade of intensive experience in FMCG Tracking business, the ongoing role of blue-infinity is to assist Domino and their partners in packaging SerialTrac and validating deployment in the pharmaceutical industry; a long and arduous task involving rigorous end-to-end testing, compliance and regulation, and performing detailed check and balances. blue-infinity provide our partner with the necessary IT expertise in SaaS and integration services for future customers, offering the roll-out “know-how” to a proven solution.
Having established a strong and fruitful partnership with Domino, blue-infinity have been able to share in combined successes, and representing blue-infinity at the PPMA presentation was Karim Bendakhlia, Managing Consultant Digital Tacking & Analytics, who had the opportunity to share the stage with our partners.
blue-infinity are proud to be a part of this digital adventure in serialisation & track and trace into the pharma industry.
About the awards
Judges for the ‘Most Innovative Processing or Packaging Machine’ category were looking for creative solutions that deliver dramatic productivity improvements and awarded Domino’s SerialTrac solution first place over 12 other finalists.
Read the Domino press release Domino’s SerialTrac named ‘Most Innovative Processing or Packaging Machine’ at the PPMA 2016 Awards.
Pictured L-R: Andy Parsons, Robert Pounder, Olmec UK, Jim Orford, Domino, Steve Herbert, Domino, Roger Etchell, Omron, Karim Ben Dakhlia, blue-infinity, Hayley McQueen, Sky Sports