Food and beverage manufacturers know that ensuring compliance for suppliers and incoming inventory is vital, but this effort is often labor-intensive. Manual processes are error-prone, increasing the risk of non-conforming materials entering production. Rework, labor, and downtime in production are costly and delay the shipment of products to customers. If compliance issues remain undetected and make their way to customers, it can have severe consequences for both consumers and your business.
Measure material and supplier compliance
Don’t let variability lead to quality problems, process inconsistencies, compliance, or regulatory issues! Automating visibility into supplier and material lot compliance can drive powerful results that can save both time and money. With TraceGains, your business can eliminate time spent reading COAs, automatically identify non-conformances, and reduce out-of-spec lots and overall manufacturing risk. Moreover, digitizing processes result in actionable data that can measure ongoing material and supplier behavior so businesses can focus resources on best-performing relationships and materials.
Critical data for continuous improvement
Watch this on-demand webinar led by Bob Hudson and Paul Bradley, who have combined experience of over 30 years in food and beverage. You’ll discover how to optimize your manufacturing process from start to finish, including receiving, supplier scorecarding, and material holding times. Our process-driven and automated approach will give you the critical data you need to drive continuous improvement and save time and money. Plus, hear real-world success stories about how automating lot compliance has helped drive supplier performance, improve inventory control, and recover wasted dollars.
In this on-demand webinar, you’ll discover:
- How to quickly and easily issue Corrective Action Requests (CARs) and Supplier Corrective Action Requests (SCARs).
- How to scorecard supplier performance based on key attributes.
- Strategies to automatically track receiving logs, truck inspections, and other critical delivery information to support GFSI audit requirements.
- Techniques to analyze historical data to understand global risk, optimize supplier selection, and price negotiation.
- Methods to automate notifications to internal stakeholders and suppliers whenever the system detects a non-conformance.