Tag - ERP for Food and Beverage Industry

Is Technology Enabling or Enslaving your Food and Beverage Business? Is Technology Enabling or Enslaving your Food and Beverage Business? Is Technology Enabling or Enslaving your Food and Beverage Business?

Is Technology Enabling or Enslaving your Food and Beverage Business?

Author: | Post Date: 12 Oct 2017

If you are a food manufacturer, you have probably pondered this critical question more than once: “Do I have the necessary infrastructure in place to ensure I am able to seize new opportunities and grow at a successful rate?” These days, food and beverage companies are facing tougher challenges than ever before. The food industry has become increasingly complex for manufacturers to navigate and remain [...]


Understanding ERP Requirements for Discrete Manufacturing and Process Manufacturing Understanding ERP Requirements for Discrete Manufacturing and Process Manufacturing Understanding ERP Requirements for Discrete Manufacturing and Process Manufacturing

Understanding ERP Requirements for Discrete Manufacturing and Process Manufacturing

Author: | Post Date: 02 Jul 2014

One of the ways that manufacturers can be classified is as discrete or process; this describes the type of manufacturing processes involved (there is a third type, mixed mode, which combines both). Your typical small- or medium-sized manufacturer has better things to do than care about whether they are process or discrete. However these distinctions are really quite useful when choosing an ERP system. [...]


Africa, ERP and the Key to Global Food Security Africa, ERP and the Key to Global Food Security Africa, ERP and the Key to Global Food Security

Africa, ERP and the Key to Global Food Security

Author: | Post Date: 20 May 2014

As population numbers continue to rise and pressure continues to mount for global food production, the world is looking to Africa to step up to the challenge. While many may simply assume that a shift to industrial farming methods is the answer for increasing production, the inevitable resulting environmental degradation where such methods are used suggests that this is not the best way forward for [...]