Supporting Your Compliance and Supply Chain Issues with EQMS

Some people may think competition and regulations exist in different realms. They do share one key thing in common however: They're each tightening the acceptable gaps for quality in manufacturing operations, both in visibilty into global supply chains, and in complying to increasingly stringent environments. Starting off the roundup this week, we share insight from Sparta Systems on how quality management software can help with these initiatives.

supplier quality managementSupply Chain Visibility & Control: The Best Product Recalls Never Make it Outside Your Four Walls

As a community, we are consistently hearing about product recalls and more specifically, as a research firm our team is increasingly hearing from manufacturing leaders that their focus is on gaining visibility into their supply chains. Joe Goodman of Sparta Systems shares how consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies are increasing visibility to ensure that each product meets high quality standards. Hint: Enterprise Quality Management Software (EQMS) may play a substantial role in such improvements. Gain control of your supply chain.

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7 Keys to Success in Manufacturing Rebranding

The truth about rebranding: high risk, slim margin for error. So, why not soak as much advice and best practices up as you can along your journey of possible rebranding? Food Manufacturing published this discussion by Steve Blue, CEO of Miller Ingenuity, a company that successfully carried out an entire rebranding strategy. The starting point is to understand your brand, and it’s not as simple as just the logo. Blue provides seven areas that are critical to the success of such a risky endeavor. Read more.

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describe the imageBreaking Down Campbell’s Process Data Initiative [Executive Q&A]

As our team continues to speak with manufacturing leaders, we hear more and more of them state that manufacturing data is a top initiative. To gain more insight into how companies have effectively leveraged such data, we recently spoke with Tom Braydich, former Director of Electrical and Maintenance Engineering at Campbell Soup Company. Braydich has 37 years of experience in the food & beverage industry and, more specifically, has played a critical part in assisting manufacturing operations with leveraging process data to improve performance. Executive Q&A.

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