|Product||SafetyChain for Food™|
|Description:||SafetyChain Software is the leading vendor of Food Safety Chain Management Systems that Automate, Streamline & Improve FSQA at all points along a company's supply chain – for what comes in, what they do with it and what goes out. SafetyChain for Food™ includes integrated modules for Supplier Compliance, Safety and Quality Management, Regulatory and GFSI Compliance, Food Safety Audit Readiness and SafetyChain Mobile for anywhere/anytime FSQA. SafetyChain for Food is an affordable, cloud-based solution with hard-dollar Return on Investment, and is used globally by leading companies in all food industry verticals, including suppliers/growers, manufacturers, distributors and food service / retail.|
|Installed/Web-based:||Web-based, “Cloud” Software as a Service|
|Modules:||Reatime Compliance Management, Realtime Test Analysis, Realtime Smart Alert, Realtime Analytics & Reporting|
SafetyChain Software’s food safety and quality assurance automation solutions and mobile apps are utilized globally by leading food and beverage companies at all points in the supply chain – growers, manufactures, distributors, food service and retail. SafetyChain’s solutions help create operational efficiencies that streamline and improve food safety and quality, while saving time and money.
SafetyChain for Food’s integrated solution modules include:
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Learn how SafetyChain Software’s leading food safety & quality management platform and mobile apps are helping food safety and quality teams automate, streamline, and improve FSQA – while saving time and money. (4:02)
Popular monthly FSMA webcast series, featuring The Acheson Group team. In April 2016's session, Dr. David Acheson, Rolando Gonzalez, and Christopher Snabes from The Acheson Group discussed the Final Sanitary Transportation Rule, key changes since the proposed rule, how to be in compliance and more. (38:41)
Withdrawals, rejections and recalls cost the food industry $7 billion dollars annually – and the majority of these costs aren’t just from “worst case” recall scenarios where people fall ill and lawsuits occur. A large portion of this cost is created by internal re-working, commodity loss, inventory replacement, removing goods from shelves, lost sales and public relations/customer confidence repair.
These losses – and any associated liabilities – are spread across all participants in a particular goods’ supply chain, including suppliers, manufact ...
Gain insights on how emerging food safety and quality technologies are bringing fundamental, critical changes to FSQA operations, enabling food & beverage companies to better manage risk and meet key performance indicators - while saving time, saving money, and creating operational efficiencies.
Online webinar series examining how FSQA enabling technology are being utilized to conquer food safety and quality challenges.
Stay up to date to with SafetyChain’s monthly live webcasts with Dr. David Acheson and The Acheson Group.