Elision has been included among the Solution Partners that offer concrete support in the implementation and use of GS1 standards, to increase the efficiency of business processes and the supply chain. This recognition for the Italian IoT company attests to the effectiveness of its integrated and comprehensive solutions for product transparency, extended traceability, and sustainability, enabling the management of the Digital Product Passport (DPP).

GS1 is a non-profit organization that develops the world’s most widely used standards for business-to-business communication, innovating data exchange processes throughout the supply chain. It has been a historical point of reference for mass consumption and also for the banking, healthcare, logistics, food service, and construction sectors. Its mission is to bring visibility, efficiency, and sustainability to the supply chain, a task that began in 1973 with the revolutionary introduction of the barcode.

Elision specializes in services and solutions for the digital identity of products (serialization, anti-counterfeiting, end-to-end traceability, and DPP) and is capable of connecting brands with consumers through a “One Partner” approach. It has several years of experience in IoT with different technologies such as RFID HF & UHF, BLE, NFC, UWB, and Blockchain, where it has developed successful projects in the Fashion & Luxury, Retail, and Manufacturing sectors.

Dario Pacotto – CEO Elision

“We are proud to have been included by GS1 among the companies capable of promoting digital transition,” says Dario Pacotto, CEO of Elision. “As a TESISQUARE® competence center, we provide a wide range of services and application solutions to support companies in developing IoT projects for traceability and consumer engagement. Leveraging the TESISQUARE Platform we have gained concrete experience in various fields, such as serial number-level traceability to comply with CITES regulations for leather in the fashion & luxury sector. We also have a permanent observatory on European regulations with related legal services and offer check-up services to companies to define the roadmap towards the DPP.”