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Leveraging MESA Food Safety and Traceability Guidelines: Improving Productivity, Reducing Risk, and Ensuring Compliance
The Food Safety & Traceability committee at MESA International offers best practices in data architecture and enterprise applications for improving food safety and traceability across the value chain. With increasing regulatory pressure for improved food traceability, recall accuracy, and adverse event response time, the collection and sharing of specific information between a company’s shop floor systems and ERP application is critical.

On this live webinar, Matthew Littlefield, President and Principal Analyst at LNS Research and MESA Food Safety & Traceability Committee Chairman, joins Jack Payne, Vice President of Ross Enterprise, to discuss the collection and usage of shop floor data, the integration of traceability systems and an ERP application, and the automation of quality, HACCP and ISO/SQF processes.

According to LNS Research and MESA International, there are still major process and data collection gaps in the areas of Manufacturing Operations Management, Quality Management, and Automated Data Collection amongst many small to medium sized food processors. Matthew and Jack compare the pro’s and con’s of employing a single version of the truth and single system versus multiple software systems to manage these areas. Specific attention will be paid to achieving “world-class” performance in food safety and traceability with specific functionality found in today’s leading ERP solutions.


Moderator:

Krystal Gabert, Editor, Food Manufacturing
Panelist:

Jack Payne, Vice President, Ross Enterprise / CDC Software


Matt Littlefield, President and Principal Analyst, LNS Research

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