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Audit-ready reporting solution for perishable goods

20 April 2018

Food software company, Systems Integration (SI), has launched an enhanced audit ready solution for perishable food businesses, which will provide even greater process and data control. 

The solution has been designed to integrate with the existing processes, particularly within the processing and value added recipe segments of the meat industry and it combines real-time data capture driven reporting, with process error prevention and optimisation tools.

Its aim is to speed up the audit and product recall processes, through evidencing produce provenance. This in-turn enables businesses to better respond to unannounced audits from organisations like the FSA, BRC and individual customers.

Commenting on the launch, Rob Stephens, CEO at Systems Integration said: “Having provided software solutions to the food industry for the last 25 years, we recognised that now is a pivotal moment for the sector, which has been well and truly put under the microscope. “I believe the findings of the FSA review will inevitably aim to change the way in which the industry operates and is regulated in the future, so this is why we have boosted our specialist team and worked hard to enhance our audit ready solution. We can now deliver a fully data captured process solution, that can populate pre-defined audit reports, eliminate key manual handling errors and ensure data integrity in labelling.

“Because our systems capture data in real-time, across all shop floor processes, accurate forward and backward traceability can be demonstrated. This can even be done for a specific product, tracing it right back to the raw material and detail of mass balance.”


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