Solutions that are a “process” are a little harder to define and often come in combination with Solutions that are a “product”.
A Solution which is simultaneously a “product” and a “process” must be based on the optimisation of an existing or new process which is achieved through (or thanks to) a “physical” or “digital” product. An example could be: A water purification system which uses highly efficient advanced oxidation with ozone, ensuring micropollutant and toxicity elimination (e.g. Labeled Solution Ozone Strong Water).
A Solution which is a “process” typically refers to all the procedures involving chemical, physical, electrical or mechanical steps to aid in the manufacturing, distribution, or disposal of an item or multiple items. An example could be: A process for marking plastic packaging with digital watermarks to enable automatic sorting in recycle centres and create value add-on across the supply chain (e.g. Labeled Solution HolyGrail 2.0).