Food Safety Software Case Studies

  1. Nutrien: Breaking Down Data Silos

    Nutrien is the world’s largest producer of potash and the second-largest producer of nitrogen fertilizer. Many of the company’s individual sites have been using PI System software for some time, but until recently, Nutrien had no enterprise-level system for handling data. By centralizing the flow of data through the company, Nutrien now has better coordination, anticipation, and insight into operations across the business.

  2. Deschutes: Better Data For Better Beer

    Deschutes Brewery, the seventh largest craft brewery in the United States, had a problem. During the cooling phase of the brewing process, temperatures were spiking in a new class of fermenters, an anomaly that could potentially reduce capacity potential and affect the quality and flavor of their beers. Luckily, Deschutes had a secret weapon: the PI System.

  3. How Tyson Foods Improved Plant Operations With OSIsoft

    Tyson Foods - realizing they were making decisions with no visibility into plant operations data - turned to real-time data management software to make data-driven decisions to boost yield and reduce waste.

  4. Kellogg’s Uses Data To Transform Food Production Lines

    Kellogg's international assets required infrastructure upgrades to reduce recalls, meet more stringent regulations and sustain consumer trust. Over the past three years, a PI System™ deployment at Kellogg’s manufacturing plant in Valls, Spain, has supported multiple use cases for a plant-wide digital transformation. Data analytics have delivered cost reductions and improved operational standards while enabling a smoother compliance process.

  5. Avebe Launches Factory 4.0 Strategy With PI System Investment

    This cooperative of starch potato growers competitive advantage depends on production plants that the company runs in the Netherlands, Germany, and Sweden. Recently, the cooperative started facing a challenge: greater efficiency and compliance with increasingly complex regulations and the aging workforce. The company’s management recognized that it was time to embark on a journey of digital transformation and build a Factory 4.0 manufacturing platform to put real-time data analytics tools into the hands of its personnel.

  6. Sea To Table Catches On

    As Sea to Table grew, so too did customer demands, including customized requests. For example, a chef might request 10 pounds of swordfish steaks with skin and 20 pounds of tuna loin without the skin. This required building in more flexibility.

  7. How Preferred Popcorn Grows Its Unique, Farmer-Owned Business

    Without a CRM system or a single inventory view of more than a dozen varietals grown and stored at 50 farms across seven states, it was challenging to match and optimize inventory needs with demand, specially when all purchasing for the year needed to be completed in bulk in the spring.

  8. Double-Digit Growth For Enjoy Life Foods Is Sweet

    A food manufacturer implemented an inventory management and WMS solution to handle the volume and complexity of transactions after acquisition by larger international company.

  9. Food Manufacturer Selects NetSuite For Rapid Implementation And Robust Customization Capabilities

    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.

  10. Beverage Manufacturer Realizes Business Benefits After NetSuite Implementation

    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.