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Antidot Information Factory


INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANGEMENT FOR FOOD: Antidot Information Factory Antidot Information Factory Source: Antidot Document Type: Brochure Description: Antidot Information Factory style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Data Cleansing,   Conversion,   or Modeling,   Business Intelligence (BI),   Database Management System (DBMS),   Information Management and Collaboration,   Semantic Technologies Related Keywords:   Antidot Information Factory,   AIF,   Antidot,   unstructured data,  
10/9/2013 10:53:00 AM

Antidot v7 Product Note: Antidot Information Factory versus ETL


INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANGEMENT FOR FOOD: v7 Product Note: Antidot Information Factory versus ETL Antidot v7 Product Note: Antidot Information Factory versus ETL Source: Antidot Document Type: Brochure Description: Antidot v7 Product Note: Antidot Information Factory versus ETL style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Business Intelligence and Data Management,   Business Intelligence (BI),   Database Management System (DBMS),   Extraction,   Transformation,   and Loading (ETL) Related Industries:  
10/7/2013 12:13:00 PM

Avoiding Information Overload: A Logical Approach to Managing Endpoint Security and Compliance
One of the biggest issues now facing corporations is regulatory compliance. As if corporate security threats weren’t enough, regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), and others now have long checklists of mandated requirements that must be adhered to—and thoroughly documented—by IT departments. Learn about a logical approach to managing the volumes of data required to prove compliance.

INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANGEMENT FOR FOOD: Avoiding Information Overload: A Logical Approach to Managing Endpoint Security and Compliance Avoiding Information Overload: A Logical Approach to Managing Endpoint Security and Compliance Source: FutureSoft Document Type: White Paper Description: One of the biggest issues now facing corporations is regulatory compliance. As if corporate security threats weren’t enough, regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), and others now have long checklists of mandated
8/15/2008 10:54:00 AM

Antidot v7 Product Note: Antidot Information Factory versus ETL (français)


INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANGEMENT FOR FOOD: v7 Product Note: Antidot Information Factory versus ETL (français) Antidot v7 Product Note: Antidot Information Factory versus ETL (français) Source: Antidot Document Type: White Paper Description: Antidot v7 Product Note: Antidot Information Factory versus ETL (français) style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Business Intelligence and Data Management,   Business Intelligence (BI),   Database Management System (DBMS),   Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
10/7/2013 2:43:00 PM

Dealing with Food Industry Pressures
Small and medium food and beverage companies have the same regulatory requirements as large companies, but with significantly fewer resources with which to address them. Companies need systems that can provide comprehensive traceability information at the touch of a button.

INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANGEMENT FOR FOOD: optimization tools that integrate information about best practices, laboratory inspection management systems (LIMS), assay results, and regulatory requirements (see Preparing for Product Development in Process Manufacturing ). Will a new product be good for both the market and the manufacturer? One key to this question is setting the right price—one that the consumer sees as good value, and that the manufacturer sees as having the right margin. Deciding on a price that provides an acceptable margin
11/3/2006

Traceability in Food and Beverage Processing
Learn about the traceability in food and beverage (F&B) processing.Clearly and simply explained!Download Tec free white papers. Food safety has been top-of-mind for both consumers and industry executives for a number of years. Clearly traceability plays a large role in overall food safety, and in general food and beverage processors are doing better than many other industries. However, the stakes are high when it comes to food safety and there is still a lot of room for improvement, especially upstream in the food supply chain. Find out more.

INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANGEMENT FOR FOOD: bottom line.” ~ Chief Information Officer Mid-Sized Meat Packer It is important to re-iterate that the above figure only applies to organizations that have already automated traceability, which still leaves about 75% of the F&B market using manual processes that can not nearly as easily (if at all) extend across such broad footprint of operations. As was inferred before, food supply safety is truly about raising the lowest common denominator. It will in all likelihood not be an organization with
3/30/2010 12:00:00 PM

PowerTrieve, A LEAP For CRM?
Although CRM applications, Portals, and Contact Centers are contributing to the improvement of customer relationships and the effectiveness of employees; in many cases they remain convoluted to users whether they are customers or company employees. Will LEAP (Language Enabled Application Platform) products like the PowerTrieve solve the problem?

INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANGEMENT FOR FOOD: to access the required information in a timely manner with minimum resources. It would be helpful to reduce the need for specialized resources and programmers and to enable non-technical users to produce ad-hoc reports and better perform their duties. However, the reality goes beyond that. The real challenge for companies with disparate and distributed databases is how well internal and external systems are integrated. Many Enterprise CRM applications, for instance, have shown weak and lengthy reporting c
5/17/2003

Top Software for Food and Beverage Companies
For your own customized comparison reports, select a category below:ERP for Food and Beverage. ERP for Distribution Companies.

INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANGEMENT FOR FOOD: Top Software for Food and Beverage Companies Top Software for Food and Beverage Companies Comparing software solutions for food and beverage companies can be difficult and time-consuming—but at TEC we make it quick and easy In just seconds, you can get free side-by-side software comparison reports. Choose from all the leading vendors—including ProcessPro, Oracle, Microsoft, UNIT4, Infor, IFS, TGI, Pronto Software, SAP, Lawson Software, Intuit, SAGE, NetSuite, VAI, IBS, Epicor, Retalix, TECSYS, Mapcon
8/30/2010 4:07:00 PM

What’s Happening on the Food Processing Plant Floor?
Today’s manufacturing enterprises gain a key competitive advantage by implementing an extremely strong shop floor control system. See how a comprehensive ERP solution offers manufacturers a clear view of what is happening on their shop floor, and how truly integrated information lets manufacturers increase productivity, reduce scrap and total work-in-process inventory, and gain dramatic increases in production throughput.

INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANGEMENT FOR FOOD: and how truly integrated information lets manufacturers increase productivity, reduce scrap and total work-in-process inventory, and gain dramatic increases in production throughput. What’s Happening on the Food Processing Plant Floor? style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Discrete Manufacturing,   Inventory Management,   Lean/Flow Manufacturing,   Location and Lot Control,   Manufacturing Execution System (MES),   Operations Planning,   Software as a
3/31/2011 2:25:00 PM

Food Safety Plans: New Requirements for Registered Facilities
The passage of the Food Safety Modernization Act in January 2011 will have a significant impact on how registered facilities document their hazard assessment, verification, and monitoring activities. But by beginning to think about and plan for the new requirements now, the industry will be able to maintain continuous compliance and ensure minimal disruption as new regulations come into effect.

INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANGEMENT FOR FOOD: Capital Management (HCM) |  Information Technology (IT) |  Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) |  Return on Investment (ROI) |  Software as a Service (SaaS) |  Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
3/19/2012 10:46:00 AM

Top ERP Systems for Food and Beverage Companies
Simply visit TEC s ERP Comparison Reports to find out which ERP solutions make the most sense for your company with just a few clicks of the mouse.

INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANGEMENT FOR FOOD: you get the accurate information you need to make the right decision? At TEC, we make it easy . Simply visit TEC’s ERP Comparison Reports to find out which ERP solutions make the most sense for your company—with just a few clicks of the mouse. Your impartial TEC ERP comparison report will rate your choice of vendor solutions on an even playing field based on your company’s special requirements. Find out which ERP for works best for your food and beverage company. . Visit TEC’s ERP Comparison
9/2/2010 1:01:00 PM


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