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ERP for the Meat Industry| Columbus

Complete Control of your Meat Company with One Solution. ColumbusFood ERP solution enables meat processors to run their businesses efficiently and effectively. This article highlights capabilities that will ease operations for a meat processor such as lot management (silos), labeling, tracking of containers, and automatic data capture. Silo management (Silos) Production process in the meat […]

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ERP Sales Order Processing for the Meat Industry | Columbus

Empower your meat and poultry business by optimizing sales order processing   ColumbusFood helps meat and poultry businesses optimize their processes to enable faster implementations, fewer complexities, and lower total cost of ownership. This article highlights ColumbusFood’s enhancements to sales and purchase order processes.   Order guide – Columbus’s sales order guide give processors insight […]

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Success for ERP and data analytics in the food industry

  7 success scenarios for ERP and data analytics in the food industry In the food industry, volatile supply chain conditions, quickly perishable goods, elevated safety standards, and intense competition can make it challenging to run a profitable business. By using proven, powerful technology, you can greatly reduce the complexity, risk, and uncertainty of food […]

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ERP for Fresh Sheds

Ever wondered how business software could streamline operations for a Fresh Shed? Before chatting with Sally from Columbia Basin Onion I didn’t understand how Fresh Sheds fit into the food supply chain. Thanks, Sally, for educating me on industry terminology! Here’s how eFood-ERP for Fresh Sheds is helping them automate and streamline their operations. Columbia […]

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HACCP in the Food Safety Modernization Act of 2011

All food and beverage manufacturing companies, except for the very small, are required to have a written HACCP plan available for review should you be called upon. Have you examined your HACCP plan recently? The language that is presented in the new law is worded as Hazard Analysis and Risk-Based Preventive Controls which may differ […]

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