The food industry is looking for optimal solutions to embark on their journey to digital transformation. The main priority is to have a smooth transition that it’s not prior to risks. Safety and quality are the industry's main concerns.
The food industry is relying on better processes, new sales potential, and even a new business model once the digital onboarding has been approved. When organizations decide to digitize food & beverages inspections the effect will be expanded on the whole factory production and distribution.
Many companies have access to piles of data that they have difficulty in understanding how they can fully use to improve their operations. This will lead to unused data that is extremely complicated to access from different departments.
By digitizing their operations, the food & beverage industry will start being able to identify new business opportunities that were ‘suffocated’ by piles of paper-documented data.
Gather insights and make the changes necessary using data that you already have.
Identify product issues you couldn’t before and use descriptive and prescriptive analytics.
Less human error
1. Learn how inspection engineers use multiple systems to perform a single inspection
2. How these technologies might impact the businesses’ growth and security in the long run
3. What risks arise across the organization
4. What is the alternative
Amcor is the global market leader in consumer product packaging. Amcor wants to be sure to comply with all legally required observations and safety inspections in the workplace. With digitization, this objective can be realized with 100% certainty.
Heineken frequently communicates with its employees about safety. In addition to communicating guidelines, Heineken approached Smartflow to develop a notifications unwanted event app for reporting adverse events.
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