SafetyChain Software, a supplier of real-time food safety and quality management solutions, has released SafetyChain Analytics, a tool that transforms food safety and quality records into real-time data intelligence to improve everyday decisionmaking, operational performance, and the bottom line.
SafetyChain Analytics extends the value of SafetyChain’s solutions that the company says help reduce risk, control costs, and ensure compliance, with:
- 24/7 on-demand access to food safety and quality data intelligence including trending, supplier performance, and food safety and quality tasks across multiple locations.
- Live operational monitoring of exception-based trending and process control (SPC) including holistic view of food safety and quality data.
- Sharing reports and charts with key stakeholders, auditors, and inspectors via robust dashboards, reports, filtering, and drill-down capabilities.
Food and beverage companies face many challenges, from ensuring compliance to risk reduction, supply chain transparency, and operating margins in a highly competitive industry. SafetyChain’s solutions are designed with a vision to help the industry more effectively manage these challenges and achieve better operating results.
The release of its data analytics capabilities furthers this vision by enabling companies to harness compliance data to drive operational excellence, the company said, adding that the availability of real-time data intelligence not only enables companies to stay compliant with customer, regulatory, and non-regulatory standards, it also provides live performance visibility to drive better decision making, real-time corrective actions, trending of operational and quality KPIs, and more.
“SafetyChain’s mission has always been to help companies in the food supply chain achieve their goal of improving operating margins while ensuring a safe, quality product. We’ve been helping customers achieve that goal by delivering innovative tools that enable their teams to be more effective, reduce risks, and control costs.” said SafetyChain CEO Barry Maxon. “With our powerful new analytics tool, we’re delivering on the vision to provide companies with the business intelligence they need, through better utilization of the data they’re already collecting, to support better everyday decisions and promote operational excellence.” Maxon elaborates on how the release of SafetyChain Analytics furthers this vision in his most recent blog post on the SafetyChain website.
SafetyChain will host an informative webinar on July 27, 2017 – “Leveraging Real-Time Data to Drive Better Everyday Results” – which will include a live demo of SafetyChain Analytics and provide an SafetyChain Analytics Release, overview of how food and beverage manufacturers can utilize the new tool to catch issues before they become larger problems, control costs and minimize waste, and continuously improve performance operations. Participation is complimentary. For more information, visit www.safetychain.com/analytics.