Recall InfoLink receives second patent for recall management system
The patent applies to a recall management system that generates, tracks and verifies product recalls.
Recall InfoLink, Boise, Idaho, received a second U.S. Patent #9,697,523 titled “Recalled product inventory notification, removal, and verification system.” The patent applies to a recall management system that generates, tracks and verifies product recalls, and provides notifications of a product recall to businesses in the supply chain, as well as notification of the public and government agencies that may be affected.
The company previously received US Patent #8,145,574 titled “Recalled Product Inventory Notification, Removal, and Verification System,” which covers the centralized database providing a global platform that spans the entire supply chain and improves the management of recall data.
“The two patents awarded to Recall InfoLink encompass the entirety of a product recall, from the initial notification through all points in the supply chain to the final consumer, for any potential product quality or safety issue that ensures affected product is made unavailable for sale. The newest patent is another validation that our solution is the most effective and innovative one available,” says Roger Hancock, founder and CEO.
In addition to Hancock, the inventors named in the patent include John Bushland, Brian Denker and Jacque Istok.