Takeaways from this webinar:
The need to record and track ingredients and finished goods is not just a quality control and regulatory requirement. The entire supply chain from customers to suppliers have assumptions that impact the quality and detail of product insight available.
A modern ERP system designed for the food industry will have capabilities for traceability but how you implement this depends on your business needs. The expectations of customers, regulators, and your internal quality assurance team as well as the limitations of the data you received from your suppliers and capabilities of your other supporting applications all have to be considered.
Learn about the latest trends in supply chain traceability, the evolution of technology to support it and best practices for evaluation and implementation – when you join us on September 30 (1 p.m. CDT) for “Mastering Traceability and Product Insight,” an all-new, 45-minute discussion presented by Sage and Ultra Consultants.
Food & Beverage / Pharma
Rafael Calderon is a Project Management Professional specializing in systems implementation and process improvement in the process manufacturing sector, specifically Food & Beverage and Pharmaceuticals. Rafael has 20 years of consulting experience with ERP implementation, and has more than 100 successful deployments under his belt.
U.S. Product Marketing Director
Mike Edgett is an enterprise technology & process manufacturing expert with 20+ years leading business strategy for brands such as Infor, Arris, Quaker Oats and Bunge Foods. At Sage, Mike leads the US Product Marketing team focused on the medium segment. This group drives the go-to-market strategy for Sage’s solutions designed to meet the business needs and challenges across the manufacturing, distribution, and service industries. Mike earned an MBA in Marketing and Operations Management from the Simon School of Business at the University of Rochester and a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Houghton College.