1. Will Digital Transformation Really Add Value To A Manufacturing Business?

    The use of new digital technologies in the industrial manufacturing industry is not new. In fact, manufacturers have been users of digital technologies for years. However, the term “digital transformation” is relatively new to the industry. Industrial manufacturers have been using new technologies for years now, so will digital transformation really add value to a manufacturing business?

  2. Food For Thought: Everything You’ve Ever Wanted To Know About Traceability But Were Afraid To Ask

    In this web chat, Jennifer McEntire, VP food safety & technology at United Fresh Produce Association joins Kristen Spotz, senior manager of food safety & quality assurance at GMA to talk all things traceability related to the food industry. In addition to providing leading traceability practices, the 45-minute session focuses heavily on McEntire and Spotz answering questions from the web chat’s audience.

  3. Food For Thought: Improving Food Manufacturer & Retailer Teamwork In A Recall

    In this web chat, Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) member Alicia Sims-Miller, manager of the reverse logistics and business integration teams for PepsiCo’s North American Nutrition Division, join Food Marketing Institute (FMI) member Kim Combs, recall/regulatory compliance manager for The Kroger Co to discuss the food manufacturer – food retailer relationship. The discussion focuses on how these two sectors of the food industry can work together to ease and simplify the recall process while remaining compliant with FSMA and other food safety regulations and standards.


  4. Food For Thought: What Are FSMA’s Recall Requirements?

    In this web chat, Vickery Brewer, consumer safety officer at FDA/CFSAN, joins Warren Stone, senior director of science policy at the Grocery Manufacturers Association, to explain what is expected of food manufacturers regarding recalls under the Food Safety Modernization Act.

  5. IDC Webinar Introduces A New Collaborative Framework To Achieve Operational Excellence

    The ability for CPG companies to introduce new successful products to market is the lifeline of the industry. Absent of a continuous supply of innovative products your company portfolio risks being left behind, resulting in negative impacts on your sales and profits. In order for CPG manufacturers to ensure productivity and efficiency in the commercialization of innovative new ideas it is essential to adopt a collaborative framework to ensure the operational excellence of your business.

  6. The Electronic Lab Notebook – A Bridge For People And Systems

    Electronic Lab Notebooks (ELNs) have been used for many years in the Pharma industry for documentation across different sites and multiple teams, but the use of ELNs in other industries is relatively new.

  7. The Data-Enabled Revolution In Formulation Development

    In the fast–paced, competitive product development environment innovation can be time consuming and improving efficiency whilst reducing costs is challenging. Additional barriers such as risk and compliance could also be limiting your formulation efficiency. Principal Application Scientist, Nick Reynolds, from BIOVIA discusses how modelling and simulation combined with informatics can speed up commercialization time for formulations, and ultimately deliver true multi-domain, multi-scale and multi-physics models.

  8. What’s Measured Improves – Achieving Business Transformation In CPG

    Access this webinar to learn how innovation initiatives address the challenges posed by internal and external business drivers in the CPG industry.

  9. From Chaos To Control: Aligning Chemical Inventory Workflows Throughout The Enterprise

    At first glance chemical inventory management seems deceptively simple: You receive chemicals, store them, use them, and dispose the empty containers when you are done. Planning an Enterprise scale chemical inventory system reveals more complexities.

  10. How Rich Products Streamlines Innovation And Collaboration With An Electronic Laboratory Notebook

    During this fast-paced webinar, Mark Baker, IP Specialist at Rich Products Corporation, describes how Rich’s R&D went about selecting their ELN system, conducting the pilot project, rolling out the ELN system and the results so far. He is joined by BIOVIA’s Mats Kihlén who discusses how an ELN enables organizations to increase researcher efficiency, streamline lab operations, and optimize experiment collaboration. An extensive Q&A after the webinar dives into numerous aspects of ELN selection and implementation, lessons learned, tips for implementation success.