BlueTrace helps 430 North American companies record their seafood traceability tags

The Maine-based software has compiled more than 5 million inventory trackings.
The BlueTrace system simplifies seafood operations and compliance.

The BlueTrace system simplifies seafood operations and compliance.

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BlueTrace has confirmed that its 430 clients across North America have already printed more than 5 million seafood traceability tags to date. Additionally, more than 60 companies use this solution to receive shipping notices and create digital receiving and shipping logs.

Through a QR code, clients get access to the regulatory and operational data that track their inventories of tuna, swordfish, scallops, lobster seaweed, and other seafood products. Therefore, their seafood operations and compliance are simplified.

Regarding this effective tool, CEO Chip Terry said: "Our mission is to simplify the seafood industry. The seafood industry has been around forever, and it does a lot of things well, but they are drowning in redundant paperwork."

"The lack of visibility into their operations makes it hard for them to scale. Ninety percent of the seafood industry is small to midsize businesses that simply lack reasonably priced tools to do their jobs effectively," he added.

The Maine-based software company has clients in almost every U.S. coastal state, and every coastal province in Canada, Mexico, and Australia. Some of them use the last version which includes item catalog management, real-time inventory, and pricing management.

Finally, BlueTrace has confirmed through a statement that this spring it will offer a cloud-based system for managing sales and purchasing that creates invoices and purchase orders.

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