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DSCSA Template to send to your Trading Partners

Christian Souza

Free Email Template

A lot of our customers are asking us for a sample letter that they can send to their trading partners so they can access their TrackTraceRx portal to retrieve their transactional data (T3s).

“We created a Word template that you can download and modify to fit your company message to your trading partners. Even if you are not a customer of ours, feel free to use this template.”

We created a Word template that you can download and modify to fit your company message to your trading partners. Even if you are not a customer of ours, feel free to use this template.

Enjoy this free e-mail template

Download the DSCSA Trading Partner Template Here: DSCSA Trading Partner Template.

Here is the template without formatting:

To Our Wholesale Trading Partners:

As [Company Name] prepares for the July 1, 2015 Drugs Quality and Security Act requirements, we are requesting that all trading partners utilize the following choices for the required transactional data (T3s):

Option 1: Paper Packing Slips

Option 2: Email Attachements PDF

Option 3: TrackTraceRx Web Portal

Option 4: EDI – Advanced Shipment Notifications (ASNs)

Cost:
By being a valued customer, there is no cost associated with using our portal.

TrackTraceRX Web Portal

To receive your TrackTraceRx Web Portal credentials please contact us at 1-800-345-5555 or support@company.com.

Once your credentials are received, please visit https://companyname.tracktracerx.com to login to with your credentials.

For customer support accessing and using the portal please refer to your user manual. If additional support is needed, please contact us at 1-800-345-5555 or support@company.com

Sincerely,

John Doe
Compliance Manager
Company Name

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