Many manufacturing companies have achieved great efficiency gains with the use of Tracelink.

This applies, among other things. within production planning, production overview, production management and decision-making tools.


A Tracelink production solution typically includes the following modules

Governance, overview and decision

Make the order book completely digital and share it if necessary. with the employees. Hang up a big screen in the production hall where everyone will be able to see and update the status of both orders on the way in and orders in production, so that everyone gets an overview. With just a few clicks, an order can be updated and documented with bill of lading, route and much more.

Production Planning

Efficient production requires good task planning. With Tracelink's various calendars, it is easy to place orders in the calendar, book resources and delegate tasks needed to execute the order.

Time Tracking

It is easy to record the time spent on each order or task completed. The registration can be used for invoicing or post-calculation, as you can see if the time has passed on the individual order.

The time record can also be used to register pay / leave.


Use of bill of materials - (BOM or Bill of Materials, as it is also called) - can be activated upon order receipt, so ordering a finished product results in a bill of raw materials to be picked out. This is done so that "number" automatically times "recipe up". The use of this feature requires the use of Tracelink's inventory management solution.

Inventory management

Tracelink has a simple inventory management solution that is used, for example, if you need to handle billboards or if you need traceability in production. If the finished product contains raw materials with batch information, then Tracelink keeps track of exactly which raw materials are included in the finished product.

This allows you to find all the traceability information that is relevant to e.g. callbacks or complaints and this obviously makes it easy to monitor inventory.


Many companies find that authorities or customers require documentation of the materials that are included in the production - whether due to health / food and safety, environmental considerations, durability or other conditions. With Tracelink you have traceability - whether you need individual labeling or batch management of the storage.

Quality control and documentation

Tracelink makes it easy to document the processes associated with production, as well as documenting part results along the way. At the same time, you can place documents, forms or pictures on the individual order.


With Tracelink, it is easy to trace a complaint about a product back through production. If there is a systematic error for part of the production, it is possible to determine the exact extent of the error.

Integration for e-conomic

Tracelink is not a financial system, but is very closely integrated with the e-conomic financial system. If you use both solutions, data can be exchanged. Thus, an e-conomic order can e.g. easily converted to a Tracelink production order, which can subsequently be billed in e-conomic.

Customer feed-back

By labeling the products with Tracelink's QR codes, each product becomes unique. This allows for individualized dialogue with customers.

On the one hand, you can give the customer access to unique information about exactly the product he / she has acquired, and on the other, you can collect and structure feed-back from the customers. It can be the company's foundation for innovation.