Incorporated in 2014, Procheck aims to ensure access to genuine products for consumers and help manufacturers regain access to market share by eliminating product counterfeiting.
INTEGRATED SERVICES FOR ALL MANUFACTURERS
ProCheck provides a simple tool for product verification. This service is designed to empower the end- user to instantly authenticate their product. Through this process, we can protect usage of counterfeit products, protect brandcredibility and increase customer loyalty.
ProCheck collects market data which companies can use to improve their product. Companies can learn about patient behavior, decrease dropout rates and enrich their brand.
Track and Trace
ProCheck ensures transparency through all stages of the supply chain and streamlined communication between different stages of logistics. By enabling the customer to verify the product, we extend the tail of the supply chain, making the process tamper-proof from the point of manufacturing to the point at which the medicine is consumed.
Enabling access to genuine products for consumers and manufacturers
We aim to ensure access to genuine products for consumers and help manufacturers regain access to market share by eliminating product counterfeiting. Procheck’s technological platform provides you with everything you need to protect your brand, control your supply chain, and enrich your marketing while keeping overall equipment efficiency and minimizing drops in productivity.
How it Works
Procheck works with pharmaceutical manufacturers to assign a unique code to every medicine pack. By having every medicine with a unique I.D, replicating the packaging becomes ineffective for counterfeiters.
As Seen On
Our first client saw an immediate increase in sales volume of 30% immediately after implementation.
The Founder’s Story
After studying Economics at the University of Toronto, Saim was a Business Development Manager at Social Asset Measurements, a Toronto based start-up. A recognized expert in using technology to measure social impact, Saim has been invited to guest lecture at the Rotman School’s MBA program, and at Seneca College.