Meet challenging market demands in the food and beverage industry
Use technology to enlighten customers and focus on quality and safety
The food and beverage industry is extremely varied. With thousands of different products, different sourcing and production processes and customers varying from the giant supermarkets to independent retailers, catering companies, restaurants, wholesale companies and restaurants. Leading Food & Beverage (F&B) companies invest more and more in supply chain integration to obtain better control over products, align supply and demand, and meet customer expectations.
5 advantages of cloud technology in the food and beverage industry
Using cloud technology, you can create safe, secure, reliable and compliant platforms for successful collaboration with your team and your customers and key vendor relationships.
Improve data & data insights
Empower your organisation and make strategic decisions based on data you can trust instead of shooting blind with gut feeling and assumptions.
Speed up innovation
Make timely adjustments and drive down the cost of innovation whilst leveraging quick and accurate insights that improve agile ways of working.
Better information management
Meet regulations, automate track and trace processes, manage barcoding, labelling and your overall inventory.
Improve customer service
Take your customer service to the next level by streamlining your processes with accurate data your superstars can leverage.
Supporting IT Business solutions
Manufacturers and distributors in the F&B industry must not only respond to high customer demands and rapidly evolving trends, but also meet complex and constantly changing regulations. Food safety and quality is a top priority for most companies. Correct product information is key, but does your data quality meet these requirements? Does your team have access to the right information, where and when they need it?
Technology and IT business solutions support companies in the food and beverage industry in many areas such as for margin optimization, collaboration with sourcing and distribution partners, forecasting, quality control, supply chain alignment and product information management.