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Production Intelligence--Improving Production by Filling a Traditional Gap
Enterprises understand the value of integration. One area that has been ignored is the plant. Plant systems and corporate systems must be complementary and

food production plants  Intelligence--Improving Production by Filling a Traditional Gap Introduction In most plants, a systems gap exists between the corporate systems (ERP, SCM, CRMS, etc.) and the plant systems (MES, LIMS, maintenance, etc.) As with any integration gap, the value of both sets of systems cannot be fully leveraged without integration. We are seeing a relatively new set of applications aimed at both integrating the plant and corporate systems plus providing an integrated view not available from either Read More...
Discrete Manufacturing (ERP)
The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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Invensys Production Solutions - Can Historic Strengths And The 'Protean Boost' Overcome Its Liabilities?
Invensys has created a new group within its Production Management Division called Invensys Production Solutions. The group includes the PRISM and Protean

food production plants  manufacturing such as for food & beverage, pharmaceuticals, and consumer packaged goods (CPG) enterprises, as well as capabilities for complex process manufacturers requiring some continuous process capabilities, recycling and recurring materials (e.g., catalysts) and product characteristics-based planning capability, as in case of some chemical companies. The company's motto has long been that reality that cannot be modeled, cannot be managed either. To that end, Protean's patented Production Model was Read More...
Food and Drug Safety: Prevention Better Than Cure (For Sure) - Part 2
Part I of this blog series introduced the burning issues of food safety and the resultant need for a holistic and proactive safety strategy (rather than to

food production plants  all members of the food supply chain (i.e., from farms, material/ingredients suppliers to product manufacturing, distributors and retailers) continuing to consolidate, the impact of what had been traditionally a small and localized incident is now multiplied across many regions and customers. Not only are traditional product safety issues magnified by industry consolidation and broader distribution, but also increased product complexity, associated claims substantiation requirements, and the speed at Read More...
Tracing Food Quality and Safety, or We Are What We Eat, After All (Part II)
Part I of this blog post introduced the burning issues of food safety and the ensuing need for traceability. To the end of providing entire food supply chain

food production plants  solution helps quality and food safety managers continually improve business processes. For example, the application enables users to visualize internal production processes in near real-time, identify potential ingredient issues and respond to events or problems before a product leaves the production facility. A company can manage enterprise quality initiatives through visualization and monitoring capabilities, since Trace Engine establishes a repository for data never before available for analysis in Read More...
Food and Beverage Industry: Overview of Software Requirements
The food and beverage industries have very special needs, many of which are externally regulated. Read on to discover some of the unique challenges and software

food production plants  the subtleties needed by food and beverage producers. Formulas should be scalable so that production batches can be sized based on the minimum quantity of on-hand ingredients. For example, if you are making a car and you only have two of the required four tires, you cannot make half of a car. Conversely, in the beverage industry, what if you want to make 1,000 gallons of soda but you only have 500 gallons of the required 1,000 gallons of carbonated water? You have the option of making half of the 1,000 Read More...
Food and Drug Safety: Prevention Better Than Cure (For Sure) - Part 1
Food production and distribution is a serious and strategic business, and I am not aware of anyone in my surroundings that takes it lightly; food can not only

food production plants  Sure) - Part 1 Food production and distribution is a serious and strategic business, and I am not aware of anyone in my surroundings that takes it lightly; food can not only delight us, but can also make us quite sick and indisposed. While my inner circles (pets included) have luckily not been casualties of recent salmonella, E.coli, and whatnot outbreaks from tainted chilly peppers, tomatoes, spinach, pet food, or most recently peanut butter , the 2008 year-end holidays were not much fun for my family. Read More...
Food and Beverage Products
The food and beverage products industry is a highly competitive business sector. Players in this industry face increasing regulatory compliance requirements

food production plants  and Beverage Products The food and beverage products industry is a highly competitive business sector. Players in this industry face increasing regulatory compliance requirements, changing consumer preferences, and a changing industry landscape. In order to achieve precise operations in sales and marketing, product development, supply chain management (SCM), and cost control, food and beverage product manufacturers need to constantly adjust their strategies based on an accurate understanding of market Read More...
Key Challenges Facing Food and Beverage Manufacturers and What They Must Do to Survive


food production plants  Challenges Facing Food and Beverage Manufacturers and What They Must Do to Survive Read More...
It's the 24th Hour: Do You Know Where Your Food Product Is?


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Food Safety, Government Regulations, and Brand Protection
Many food companies are investing significant funds in building awareness for their brands in the market, which can pay off amply in competitive, commodity

food production plants  all aspects of the food and beverage product lifecycle management (PLM) must integrate internal best practices, customer requirements, and regulatory compliance. About the Authors Predrag Jakovljevic is a principal analyst with Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC), with a focus on the enterprise applications market. He has nearly twenty years of manufacturing industry experience, including several years as a power user of IT/ERP and related applications, as well as being a consultant/implementer and Read More...
Extending Information Security to Non-production Environments
You think you’re doing right by copying data so it’s available for production support. But did you know copied data is often at risk of insider theft or

food production plants  Information Security to Non-production Environments You think you’re doing right by copying data so it’s available for production support. But did you know copied data is often at risk of insider theft or tampering? And that database management tools, such as encryption and digital certification, aren’t always deployed properly, thereby increasing the risk? Using a solution that centralizes database security policies can help. Find out more—before your data is desecrated. Read More...
Resource Planning and Optimization for Broadcasters and Their Production Companies
The media industry is undergoing radical and rapid change driven by liberalization, privatization, and digitization. Broadcasting is no longer highly regulated,

food production plants  Planning and Optimization for Broadcasters and Their Production Companies The media industry is undergoing radical and rapid change driven by liberalization, privatization, and digitization. Broadcasting is no longer highly regulated, but is ever more dynamic and competitive—and the logistical challenges of production planning for TV and radio ever more complex. Implement a composite resource planning and scheduling solution to maximize your equipment, facilities, and employees. Read More...
Managing Business Risk in the Food and Beverage Industry
Midsize food and beverage companies are striving to be more things to more markets, while ensuring consistent customer satisfaction and regulatory compliance

food production plants  Business Risk in the Food and Beverage Industry Managing Business Risk in the Food and Beverage Industry If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Sage provides business software, services and support to small and medium sized businesses. Whilst our heritage is in the small business market we also have the experience and expertise to meet the needs of specific industries and larger organisations. Source : Sage Resources Related Read More...
Mobile ERP: Connecting Workers, Machines, Systems & Data on the Shop Floor & in the Warehouse
Mobile technology is a game changer across all segments of society right now—and the food industry is no exception. Having access to transactional data and

food production plants  society right now—and the food industry is no exception. Having access to transactional data and real-time metrics at the very locations where this information is needed is today a reality. If your company is investigating an investment in ERP, a review of this kind of on-site, real-time functionality, with every vendor you meet, is critical in today’s working environment. Read More...
Growing Your Food & Beverage Business with Lawson M3
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food production plants  Your Food & Beverage Business with Lawson M3 Whether you produce fresh, chilled, frozen, dried or canned food, or any kind of beverage—you need to continuously improve your supply chain efficiency to compete and grow. Concepts such as efficient foodservice response, vendor-managed inventory and collaborative planning, forecasting and replenishment play increasingly vital roles in the success of your business. Compare Lawson . Without accurate and timely information processing, growth objectives Read More...

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