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Traceability in Food and Beverage Processing
Learn about the traceability in food and beverage (F&B) processing.Clearly and simply explained!Download Tec free white papers. Food safety has been top-of-mind for both consumers and industry executives for a number of years. Clearly traceability plays a large role in overall food safety, and in general food and beverage processors are doing better than many other industries. However, the stakes are high when it comes to food safety and there is still a lot of room for improvement, especially upstream in the food supply chain. Find out more.

AFTER THE FACT ORDER PROCESSING: manufactures about 2.5 hours after notification of such an event to find and hold affected product in the supply chain. For the Industry Average it takes about 14 hours and for Laggards it takes about 34 hours. The Food & Beverage industry as a whole is doing well in this metric with Consumer Facing F&B Processing companies averaging a 7 hour response time and Industry Facing F&B Processing companies averaging a 9 hour response time, both of which are significantly above the performance of the Industry
3/30/2010 12:00:00 PM

Case Study: Vermont Information Processing, Inc.
Early in 2004, software service provider Vermont Information Processing (VIP) saw an opportunity to help beverage producers drive down costs, improve productivity, and increase the accuracy of their business processes through automated supply chain communication solutions—or electronic data interchange (EDI) solutions. Find out why VIP chose Inovis’ suite of EDI solutions, and how it and its clients are benefiting.

AFTER THE FACT ORDER PROCESSING: Case Study: Vermont Information Processing, Inc. Case Study: Vermont Information Processing, Inc. Source: Inovis Document Type: Case Study Description: Early in 2004, software service provider Vermont Information Processing (VIP) saw an opportunity to help beverage producers drive down costs, improve productivity, and increase the accuracy of their business processes through automated supply chain communication solutions—or electronic data interchange (EDI) solutions. Find out why VIP chose Inovis’
5/12/2009 1:24:00 PM

What’s Happening on the Food Processing Plant Floor?
Today’s manufacturing enterprises gain a key competitive advantage by implementing an extremely strong shop floor control system. See how a comprehensive ERP solution offers manufacturers a clear view of what is happening on their shop floor, and how truly integrated information lets manufacturers increase productivity, reduce scrap and total work-in-process inventory, and gain dramatic increases in production throughput.

AFTER THE FACT ORDER PROCESSING: What’s Happening on the Food Processing Plant Floor? What’s Happening on the Food Processing Plant Floor? Source: Plex Systems Document Type: White Paper Description: Today’s manufacturing enterprises gain a key competitive advantage by implementing an extremely strong shop floor control system. See how a comprehensive ERP solution offers manufacturers a clear view of what is happening on their shop floor, and how truly integrated information lets manufacturers increase productivity, reduce scrap
3/31/2011 2:25:00 PM

Development of an Internet Payment Processing System
This article describes the author's experience with the development of the first Yugoslav Internet payment processing system. The system's architecture is very similar to the Three Domain (3D) model that started to emerge later. This success story is worthwhile sharing with a wider audience.

AFTER THE FACT ORDER PROCESSING: daily attacks that diminished after some time. The word about system s reliability and security got on the streets. Now, about one third of all transactions with cards, processed by the processing company, are made over the Internet, and about one half of all active cards are also used on the Internet. Conclusion In this article we described author s experience with the development of the first Yugoslav Internet payment processing system. The system has worked reliably and securely since September 1999.
6/17/2002

HR State of the Market
With a shortage of skilled workers looming throughout the western world, it's more important than ever to manage your human resources effectively...

AFTER THE FACT ORDER PROCESSING: HR State of the Market HR State of the Market Times have changed. Global competition is forcing small and midsized companies like yours to compete not only for customers, but for talented employees as well. With a shortage of skilled workers looming throughout the western world, it s more important than ever to manage your human resources (HR) effectively—and TEC s HR State of the Market can help. In this informative guide, you ll learn about the HR issues that are most vital to your company :
8/17/2009

Lilly Software - Product Enhancements Remain Its Order Du Jour Part Three: Competitive Analysis
Contrary to most of its competitors that had opportunistically pursued their customers randomly, and whose latest vertical initiatives stem from the sudden epiphany that a certain percentage of their customers come from certain industry, Lilly’s recent vertical initiatives are indeed a further sharpening of already focused solution for 'to order' manufacturers.

AFTER THE FACT ORDER PROCESSING: Lilly Software - Product Enhancements Remain Its Order Du Jour Part Three: Competitive Analysis Lilly Software - Product Enhancements Remain Its Order Du Jour Part Three: Competitive Analysis P.J. Jakovljevic - February 20, 2003 Read Comments Competitive Analysis In the final quarter of 2002, Lilly Software Associates Inc. ( LSA ) ( www.lillysoftware.com ), a privately held enterprise applications provider for small and medium sized manufacturing and distribution enterprises, made a number of
2/20/2003

ERP Features and Functions for Engineer-to-Order Manufacturers
Learn about a new breed of ERP solution specially designed for ETO manufacturers in ERP Features and Functions for Engineer-to-order Manufacturers.

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3/8/2012 4:00:00 PM

Leading Document Imaging and Processing Provider Enables Pay-for-Performance
BÖWE BELL + HOWELL utilized SumTotal’s integrated talent management platform to implement a holistic talent management strategy, enable real-time human resources (HR) data processing, and analysis, and eliminate inefficient, time-consuming manual processes. The company chose four SumTotal suites to support its enterprise strategy, including compensation, performance, succession, and analytics. Read about the benefits.

AFTER THE FACT ORDER PROCESSING: Leading Document Imaging and Processing Provider Enables Pay-for-Performance Leading Document Imaging and Processing Provider Enables Pay-for-Performance Source: SumTotal Systems Document Type: Case Study Description: BÖWE BELL + HOWELL utilized SumTotal’s integrated talent management platform to implement a holistic talent management strategy, enable real-time human resources (HR) data processing, and analysis, and eliminate inefficient, time-consuming manual processes. The company chose four SumTotal
5/26/2011 4:58:00 PM

The Birds, the B s and the Web
The Internet wing of media giant NBC purchased small business portal AllBusiness.com

AFTER THE FACT ORDER PROCESSING: The Birds, the B s and the Web The Birds, the B s and the Web D. Geller - February 16, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary NBC Internet Inc. (NBCi) will pay $225 million in stock to purchase AllBusiness.com. AllBusiness.com is a business-to-business site offering advice and services to small businesses. NBCi will use it to develop additional business-to-business offerings. Market Impact AllBusiness.com is already an attractive small business portal with a rich variety of content and a marketplace provided by
2/16/2000

The CMO–CIO Organizational Alignment Mandate
Chief information officer reporting relationships continue to be distanced from the strategy function. The marketing function is experiencing this same distancing from strategy. However, the two functions should be on the leading edge of strategy, rather than the receiving end.

AFTER THE FACT ORDER PROCESSING: The CMO–CIO Organizational Alignment Mandate The CMO–CIO Organizational Alignment Mandate Glen Petersen - July 4, 2007 Read Comments Originally published - December 7, 2006 The topic of aligning the information technology (IT) agenda with the business agenda has spawned literally hundreds of articles, and certainly sensitized the IT community regarding this issue. Despite the progress made regarding the alignment question, chief information officer (CIO) reporting relationships continue to be
7/4/2007

Health eConnex: Processing In-house with Complete Remote Control
What do you do with a growing number of customers and not enough office space for workers? Health eConnex, a health care claims-processing service, found the solution in optical character recognition (OCR) for AnyDoc Software’s remote verification feature. Now employees telework, processing 75,000 claims a day with 99.5 percent accuracy. Learn how the solution helped make manual data entry a thing of the past.

AFTER THE FACT ORDER PROCESSING: Health eConnex: Processing In-house with Complete Remote Control Health eConnex: Processing In-house with Complete Remote Control Source: AnyDoc Software, Inc. Document Type: Case Study Description: What do you do with a growing number of customers and not enough office space for workers? Health eConnex, a health care claims-processing service, found the solution in optical character recognition (OCR) for AnyDoc Software’s remote verification feature. Now employees telework, processing 75,000 claims a
11/22/2007 3:28:00 PM


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