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Improve the bottom line by automating the tracking and tracing of your products

Thursday, 13 November, 2014


 The food industry today is highly regulated as it has to adhere to stringent guidelines for safety and quality; while at the same time, due to harsh competition, it has to respond to customer demands without major changes to the price of the finished products.

Optimising operational efficiencies by utilising automated traceability, barcoding and real-time financial and inventory analysis can mean that your company stays competitive in a rapidly changing market.


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