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onClonable™ Security Technology By Bilcare

NonClonable™ Security Technology

India | Posted on September 2nd, 2009

NonClonable™ Security Technology is a research and technology leader providing business solutions in the NonClonable Authentication, Brand Protection and Security Solutions space.

One of the aims of nonClonable™ Security Technology is to address the key challenges of the pharma industry, viz. Counterfeit, Cost, Compliance, Convenience and Communication (The 5 Cs).

With breakthrough research and development in micro and nanotechnology and an emphasis on creating cost-effective solutions, nonClonable™ Security Technology has developed a first-of-its-kind NonClonable Authentication Technology suitable for track, trace, and authentication applications.

Our award-winning Technology comprises a NonClonable fingerprint that can be seamlessly integrated into any Supply Chain system, providing totally secure and irrefutable real-time product identification and authentication. It also provides a reliable means for effective track-n-trace and e-pedigree of products across the supply chain - from manufacturer to consumer.

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About Bilcare Research
At Bilcare Research, we're driven by a single goal: creating a safer and healthier tomorrow. We believe that universal access to quality healthcare is imperative and hence the continual efforts of our people, technology and research are focused on creating unique solutions which have the ability to facilitate better healthcare outcomes.

For over 15 years, Bilcare Research has been partnering the global pharmaceutical & healthcare industry to deliver innovative solutions that help reform the speed and quality of drug discovery, protect brands and ensure the authenticity and efficacy of drugs delivered to patients. We have accomplished this by combining advanced technologies, innovation and a caring tradition.

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