Compliance and Traceability in Manufacturing

Manufacturers focus on compliance and traceability initiatives for a variety of reasons, including compliance to regulatory mandates and mitigating risk of product recalls. Companies are increasingly focused on reducing manufacturing costs and particularly the cost of poor quality with end-to-end traceability of product and processes. Read here to know the key capabilities that help compliance and traceability initiatives.

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Minimizing the Cost and Impact of a Recall

When a recall occurs, every second counts. Without being able to quickly access all records of inventory movement, tracking information becomes expensive, laborious, and time-consuming. This white paper outlines which features you might be missing in your cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, including data management, full traceability, and active compliance. Read More

Minimizing the Cost and Impact of a Recall

When a recall occurs, every second counts. Without being able to quickly access all records of inventory movement, tracking information becomes expensive, laborious, and time-consuming. This white paper outlines which features you might be missing in your cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, including data management, full traceability, and active compliance. Read More

Minimizing the Cost and Impact of a Recall

When a recall occurs, every second counts. Without being able to quickly access all records of inventory movement, tracking information becomes expensive, laborious, and time-consuming. This white paper outlines which features you might be missing in your cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, including data management, full traceability, and active compliance. Read More

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