ROC IT Solutions

Essential intelligence for serialized product tracking

Tracking items by serial number as they move through the supply chain is a top priority in pharma and several other industries. Essential to any successful track and trace software solution is the ability to capture and process huge volumes of data generated by item-level serialization, without creating bottlenecks.

That’s where we come in. Only ROC IT Solutions lets you capture and process data at the "edges" of your supply chain, where material handling takes place. This "intelligent edge data capture" simplifies track and trace, streamlining compliance with the DQSA Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) and other global regulations.

The ROC IT EdgeTRAC™ software suite supports any kind of barcode label, RFID tag or wireless device. It enables enhanced decision-making at the point of materials handling as product moves from manufacturer, through distributors and retailers, and finally to consumers. EdgeTRAC™ software helps you protect consumer safety, reduce costs, combat diversion and counterfeiting, and simplify recalls.


Our solutions deploy fast on mobile devices for immediate results. See how some of the world's leading pharmaceutical manufacturers, distributors, repackagers and retailers have improved operational efficiencies, reduced costs, and enabled regulatory and DQSA compliance with ROC IT Solutions.

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ROC IT presents at serialization education event

“Because not all products require serialization right now, we needed solutions that were flexible enough to accommodate full, partial or zero serialization.”

- Patrick Ferguson, General Manager of Apace Packaging.

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Pharmaceutical Serialization Playbook

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Serialization Playbook