Learn how business software designed specifically for your industry can solve your traceability challenges
For food and beverage producers traceability is a critical requirement. No one wants to put the public at risk, yet we regularly read news stories about contaminated ingredients or faulty labelling. Is your company prepared for a recall?
In this live webinar we will look at a range of areas that the modern day food and beverage manufacturer must contend with, and analyse the potential for new traceability challenges such as:
• The rise in complex, multi-national supply chains
• Advances in food manufacturing technology
• Tighter legislations
Plus, you will have a chance to learn about the some of the largest past recalls, the consequences brought to the food processors involved and the impact it had on their customers and consumers.
Preparing for an inevitable recall is now part of a food company’s ongoing business cost but the risk to your business can be minimalised by having the correct software and processes in place.
Register for our webinar and learn how business software such as Epicor Tropos, designed specifically for the food and beverage manufacturing sector, can solve your â€˜farm to fork traceability’ challenges that put your business at risk every day.
Senior Principal Product Manager, Epicor Tropos
Duncan has over forty years’ experience in business enterprise software, having specialised in process manufacturing for almost thirty of them with organisations such as Strategic Systems International and Solarsoft. Duncan is a solution design professional who began his career as a developer, designer and impimplementer of discrete ERP systems. He now analyses the latest trends in the process manufacturing sector and works directly with clients to ensure that the Epicor Tropos product continues to help support the growth of Epicor customers within the process manufacturing sector.
Duncan enjoys bringing his consultative and problem solving skills to bear for Epicor customers within food and beverage, mills and metals and, chemical and pharmaceuticals sectors.