Showcase Webinar: Leveraging Purpose-Built ERP to Maximize Operational Efficiency
As demands for production continue to rise and regulations become increasingly complex, food and beverage manufacturers are relying more than ever on technology to drive their processes.
This session on April 2, 2020 with JustFood ERP will explore the common challenges facing organizations in today’s fast-paced manufacturing environment and will dive into how food processors can leverage purpose-built ERP to maximize production scheduling, minimize downtime, and keep you compliant.
Attendees will see real examples of how an ERP solution built for food manufacturing will enable them to:
- Maximize scheduling efficiencies
- Minimize costly change-over downtime
- Manage vendor compliance to certifications
- Reduce mock recall times to seconds, rather than hours, & more
Who Should Attend this Webinar:
- Food Bev project teams interested in an ERP transformation project
- C-Level teams from production, operations, food safety, compliance
- IT leaders
- Anyone interested in driving improvements using enterprise technology
About JustFood ERP
JustFood ERP is purpose-built for the food manufacturing industry. With a single ERP software solution, companies can manage all aspects of their operations—from the time materials enter the facility until the finished product is delivered. Learn more here.
Andy Pulling, Senior ERP Product AnalystJustFood ERPAndy Pulling is a Senior ERP Product Analyst and has been with the Ross ERP solution for over six years, working with process manufacturers and helping customers achieve their business goals through the adoption of Ross ERP. He works closely with both the product management and development organizations in providing input into future functionality requirements and with the services organization in application of new functionality. Andy previously spent time as an implementation consultant in the Customer Solutions organization, where he focused on customers’ manufacturing and supply chain needs, and holds a BA in Supply Chain Management from Michigan State University.