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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

latter of intention  are also calculated. The latter benefit is achieved through the tight integration and complete visibility within the four walls of the production facility and warehouse. In the food and beverage industries, there are usually several ways to slice the pie (no pun intended). For example, each grade of meat may be sold as a whole product or cut into parts. Likewise, it also may be sold at one or more levels or be further processed to create other value-added products. This can also be influenced by pack size

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Telligent Acquires the Messaging and Collaboration Solution Zimbra


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latter of intention  name to Zimbra. The latter is expected to benefit from investments from Intel Capital, NXT Capital Venture Finance, BDCA, Hall Financial Group, and VMware. The leadership of the new company will be ensured by an integrated management team with Telligent's CEO Patrick Brandt at the top. The new combined company envisions itself as providing software solutions to a post-PC market, where individuals' activities would for the most part be unfolding on their mobile devices. In addition, Telligent's inte Read More

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latter of intention  expertise in something. One latter example would be the white paper entitled Manufacturing Outsourcing: Seven Common Pitfalls to Avoid and authored by Symphony Consulting and Arena Solutions . Why? Well, when I read it, many things therein rang true to me based on my previous experiences as a design person who had to deal with manufacturing, sourcing and procurement staff at my previous employers (back in the 1980s and 1990s). Shepherding products from design through manufacturing and after-sale support Read More

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