Tuesday, 20 February 2018 15:09

Benefits of EFACS E/8 in the Food and Beverage Industry

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The largest industry in the world, the food and beverage industry is also one which is extremely regulated and requires full traceability, a task made easy with the EFACS E/8 ERP solution. Companies within the food and beverage sector require tailored solutions, in order to fit their exact requirements, with EFACS E/8 it is achievable as the software is fully customisable, suiting precise needs and requirements for an individual company. Easy customisation of EFACS means that familiar user friendly terminology can be used; works orders can become cooks plans, bills of materials become ingredients lists and routings become recipes.

 

Food safety standards are always changing therefore having an ERP solution to keep all the relevant users informed and on-top of the new standards is essential and will continue to be. Standard EFACS functions for Document Management and Batch Traceability ensure that maintaining weights & measures records and quality assurance documentation could not be simpler. Procedures and documentation can be built into routing and methods to facilitate Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) methodologies. There is even the option to use the EFACS Workflow module to enforce sign-offs and procedure compliance.

 

EFACS flexible manufacturing modules are able to incorporate full batch control, recipe management, destructive testing and planned clean-down times between process runs. EFACS also has the ability to deliver reliable food processes, where everything can be managed centrally. There are many possible points of error across  the operations spectrum but the implementation of an ERP solution can eliminate this, avoiding the possibility of companies struggling with efficiency at this scale.

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