You can download the 2017 Annual Report here. NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The Annual General Meeting of members of DataDot Technology Limited is to be held: Venue: BDO Boardroom Level 11 1 Margaret St Sydney NSW Date: Friday, 24 November 2017 Time: 10.00 a.m. AEDT For more information, see here.
DataDot Technology Limited through its distributor DNA Program is supporting Toyota Deutschland GmbH in attacking vehicle theft and reducing the trade of stolen vehicles and parts Building on its success with Toyota in Poland, DataDot Technology Ltd and its distributor, DNA Program Polska XVI Sp. z o.o. have begun supplying their proven vehicle theft deterrent [...]
Currently manufacturing and material supply businesses are paying about 3%-7%1 of their total revenue to fund the warranty claims of people using inauthentic products. Modern authentication technology provides the option to effectively shut down false warranty claims. Such systems are designed to be simple and easy to deploy in existing production processes and just as [...]
After more than 7 successful years of collaboration, dDotDNA ITALIA S.r.l., partner and distributor of DataDot Technology Limited and Federperiti Servizi Innovativi S.r.l., have just supplied the 1 millionth car security kit for the application to new FCA vehicles sold in Italy. This milestone means that 1 million Italian FCA drivers have now experienced the [...]
Counterfeiting is trillion dollar problem and a threat for any business or brand The counterfeiting life-cycle can quickly destroy sales volumes The best protection strategies also increase consumer trust and deliver positive benefits like increased sales and brand equity The Rise of Counterfeiting Today counterfeiting is a major global industry, a trillion dollar problem [...]
A pharmacist who sold fake Viagra pills to one of Australia's biggest medical distributors is challenging the cancellation of his registration as a pharmacist in the NSW Supreme Court. Courtesy of www.abc.net.au.
Toll of counterfeiting and piracy predicted to top $2.3 trillion as call made for governments to do more
New research estimates that the global economic value of counterfeiting and piracy could reach $2.3 trillion by 2022, with job losses totalling in excess of 5 million. The research provides important data to policymakers. The challenge now is to ensure that they pay heed to it. The report, The Economic Impacts of Counterfeiting and Piracy, [...]
By Rick Pendrous, 10-Jan-2017 Counterfeiting across the world is predicted to increase by 3% a year as globalisation creates increasingly complex and lengthy supply chains, according to new research from PMMI, the US Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies. http://www.foodmanufacture.co.uk/Supply-Chain/Counterfeiting-to-grow-by-3-a-year