Webinar: How to Label Counterfeiters “Out of Business”

by Craig Hodgson, on May 19, 2016


Counterfeiting continues to be a huge problem for electronics manufacturers as they lose upwards of $168B annually in potential revenue. There are also public health and safety risks with products using counterfeit components. How can you fortify your electronics supply chain and preserve the integrity of your products every step of the way?

New holographic technologies—including low-cost synthetic DNA, high security taggants and patented holographic QR codes—combined with recent developments in electronics barcode labeling provide next-generation track and traceability. These solutions create a proven “first line of defense” that is already protecting tens of millions of products from the gray market.

Join George Perkous, CEO of Holoptica, a leading provider of hologram-based solutions, on Thursday, May 26th @ 1:00 PM EDT for a special webinar “Let’s Label Electronic Counterfeiters as ‘Out of Business.’”  Learn how you can integrate unique and branded holograms as part of an enterprise-wide labeling strategy to provide 100% counterfeit-proof security across your supply chain. See how patented holographic QR coding enables verification of products anytime, anywhere.

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Date: Thursday, May 26, 2016
Time: 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

In addition to learning about new advancements in holographic technology, you’ll also gain insight into Loftware’s Enterprise Labeling Solutions for Electronics, and how they are tightly integrated with the enterprise applications you’re currently using. By leveraging SAP, Oracle, and other sources of truth, you can implement a data-driven labeling solution that not only ensures greater consistency, accuracy and visibility, but delivers a distinct competitive advantage. Particularly as you battle the scourge that is electronics counterfeiting.

Don't miss this insightful, timely, and extremely valuable presentation--and learn to stop counterfeiters in their tracks.

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