Animal traceability for companies and governments
We develop innovative, sustainable, and data-transparent supply chain solutions to answer our planet's most complicated challenge; tracking ethics.
Brutally honest supply chain trackings are a combination of understanding how to shift from the status quo within the supply chains, towards together striving for a responsible transition and common goal; economical improvements linked to ethics in each step of the value chain - for each stakeholder.
Info collected in RSiD
Value Chain Interconnectivity
Fashion and food today share value chains, but not responsibility. By working with an interconnected mindset inside and outside the value chains when it comes to responsibility, better sourcing can be made. Also, this creates value for each shareholder in each step of the value chain.
Circularity & Ownership
The platform ensures circularity and authentification in each product created under RSiD. This allows for a transfer in ownership on a re-sale market, for example. This also allows us to push towards a fully circular business model and economy, pre, through and post-production.
Animal-based fashion and food are driven by supply and demand, not ethics. This we are changing. At its core, Responsible Systems supports on-demand production by a collaborative value chain. For good design, sustainable consumption and pushing for zero-waste.
Insights & data transparency
Data-transparent supply chains are achieved by a collaborative value chain with a top-down and bottom-up approach, building stakeholder value in each step of the value chain. Creating solutions that can be implemented short term and are scaleable as practices and ethics in supply chains improve. Honesty is the core.
Built from the perspective of animal traceability to ensure animal protection in each step in the value chain, the natural effect is ethical traceability. Currently, in 2022, we can trace exact animal to exact B2C product but we aim to soon track ethics linked to economical value in each step of the value chain, to create ethical payments and fewer animals breed for food and/or fashion.
Improving animal protection
All the above 01-05, from the insights, the traceability, and transparency, allows the possibility to make ethical choices already in the designs so the sourcing goes just as your company wants. It also contributes to each step toward the improvement of animal protection.
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Known supply chain challenges that we have solved
Lack of individual animal ID verification on the farm level.
Lack of individual hide traceability and origin in tanneries.
Lack of data and individual animal/hide traceability from slaughterhouses.
Losing unique product ID and traceability in the production value chain.
Animal Supply Chain
Data from: Farmer, Animal transportation, Slaughterhouse
Leather Supply Chain
Data from: Slaughterhouse, saltery, transportation, tannery
Production Supply Chain
Data from: Artisans, cutters, transportation
All parts in a animal traceability value chain
The B2B/G implementation process, from discovery to animal traceability you can trust, while also contributing to improved global animal protection.
Stage 1 / Discovery
Define goals & ROI
Identify priorities & challenges
Identify timeline & resources
Stage 2 / Design Solution
Mapping & sourcing
Connect & collect
Stage 3 / Implementation
Internal systems connection
Create test-product RSiD
Create unique ownership
Stage 4 / Launch
Soft launch & test
Designs with ethics
Stage 5 / Post Launch
Go live & monitoring
Continuous improvement of animal welfare
The more data your supply chains generate, the more conscious the sourcing can be.
Your data are also part of creating the first-ever global cross-sectional ethical price model for animal protection/welfare,that economically benefits good animal welfare .
Identification ID, RSiD
The platform enables brands to source, design, sell and recycle leather design in a circular model, with minimal waste, less methangas emissions and higher animal welfare.
All animal traceability products are appended as an identification ID, the RSiD, that links to a reverse supply chain network allowing data transparency to the B2C client. This is valid via Responsible Systems Supply chain partners such as farms, artisans, tanneries, slaughterhouses and more.