All in One ERP For Food & Beverages -Your Secret Ingredient to Success
Food safety regulations, ingredient traceability, shelf-life tracking, recipe management and seasonal demand forecasting are just a few of the ever-changing challenges that Food and Beverage manufacturing companies face on a daily basis. Whether you specialize in produce, beverages, frozen entreés or canned goods, with the industry-specific solution like Microsoft Dynamics 365, Aptean’ Food ERP & LS Retail, food manufacturers gain the tools necessary to succeed and flourish.
Trident’s Solution built on Microsoft Dynamics 365
Offers a comprehensive solution. That means that every single aspect of your business, from human resources and financial management to warehouse control and quality assurance, are completely connected. Mix in industry-specific features for food and beverage manufacturing, then add a dash of advanced mobile and shop floor technology and Microsoft Dynamics 365 delivers you a recipe for success.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Software highlights include:
- Recipe flexibility with batch processing capabilities and industry-specific BOMs that assist reformulation
- Multiple UOMs supported (volume, weight, pounds, cases, etc.)
- Individual and multi-plant seasonal demand forecasting
- Accurate and transparent inventory control by user, including batch, lot and serial number traceability to optimize turns and track expiration or best-by dates
- Private labeling functionality
- Robust scheduling engine to handle volume scheduling, advanced sequencing, wait times and other complex scheduling requirements
- Conquering Food & Beverage Industry Regulations
- Complete, two-way lot traceability (from the fields to the grocery store shelves and back) for a transparent and accurate supply chain, including raw material purchasing and quick recall identification
- Expiration, spoilage and shelf-life tracking using first-expire, first-out (FEFO) logic to minimize waste and optimize your inventory
- Robust labeling options to avoid costly mislabeling errors and regulatory fines