Food Safety Software Case Studies

  1. Food Manufacturer Selects NetSuite For Rapid Implementation And Robust Customization Capabilities
    12/20/2018

    CraftMark needed to ensure efficient operations and remain agile to reinvent traditional business processes to make its mark in the competitive baking industry. They selected NetSuite over SAP and Microsoft for its rapid implementation time, robust customization and manufacturing capabilities, and low total cost of ownership.

  2. Beverage Manufacturer Realizes Business Benefits After NetSuite Implementation
    12/20/2018

    As this manufacturer expanded across airports and convenience stores, and attracted major retailers, having two separate businesses on QuickBooks wasn’t sustainable.NetSuite provided improvements in their financial process as well as broader business benefits.

  3. Food Manufacturer Uses NetSuite To Automate And Streamline Operations
    12/19/2018

    When Jackson's Honest's line of chips, launched online in 2012, gained attention from Natural Grocers and Whole Foods Market nationwide, disparate software couldn’t scale to meet demand nor provide automation to streamline operations. They have seen several benefits since switching to NetSuite.

  4. Coca-Cola Uses ERP Solutions To Optimize Energy Usage & Reduce Costs
    6/1/2017

    Recognizing the need for an energy management strategy, Coca-Cola decided to invest in an ERP solution. This case study explains how the technology helped Coca-Cola meet its energy goals.

  5. How Green Valley Pecan Boosts Worker Knowledge, Retention, And Confidence
    5/31/2017

    Green Valley Pecan Company has grown to encompass 10,000 acres with year-round processing facilities. The company was faced with the challenge of preventing the natural knowledge loss that occurs between trainings while simultaneously boosting knowledge retention without increasing training time. This case study details the solution, systems, and tools the company implemented to achieve its goals, as well as their corresponding improvement metrics.

  6. Del Monte Went From 14 Interfaced Business Systems To 1
    11/1/2016

    After divesting from Kraft, Del Monte Foods had one year to decide whether to stay on the Kraft system infrastructure or to employ a new system.

  7. Creative Food Ingredients’ Systems Didn’t Communicate
    11/1/2016

    Creative Foods Ingredients (CFI) had been making do with a combination of Accpac and Excel spreadsheets to manage their production and financial processes, says their CFO, Jeffrey Arcand, who has been with the company since 2000.

  8. Surati Sweets Are Tech-Savvy
    11/1/2016

    Surati Sweet Mart has a natural knack for technology as members of their management team are tech-savvy. They brought a lot of knowledge to the table and were looking to partner with a company that could meet their long-term needs and offer a best practice scenario for their operations.

  9. Baker Boy Avoids Migrating Systems With JustFoodERP
    11/1/2016

    The legacy system that Baker Boy was using, Food 6000, was migrating to Process 800. The management team decided if they were going to go through the effort of migrating a system, then they should do a full system search and find out what system best met their business needs.

  10. Suncore Products Covered From 'Beginning-To-End'
    11/1/2016

    As a new company, Suncore Products, makers of WhoNu? cookies did not yet have any business software systems; they needed software that would cover them from “beginning-to-end,” including the trade spend management part of their business, says Tawnya Ver Duft, Senior Systems Manager, of Suncore Products.