1. Reduce Errors
Utilizing mobile scanners that provide instant onscreen validations and warnings will significantly reduce human error from manual data entry.
2. Get Real-Time Information
Switching from pen and paper to automated materials control, you’ll know what’s going on in your food plant at any time. Real-time inventory data provides live, accurate views of stock levels and production.
3. Increase Speed and Efficiency
Handwritten record keeping slows down your operation and creates frustrating bottlenecks throughout production. Ditch the clipboard in favor of scanning devices and barcodes for increased efficiency.
4. Cut Costs
With live, easy to access data you can reduce production and shipping mistakes as a result of inaccurate inventory levels. Fewer errors and happier customers can mean big cost savings.
5. Increase Visibility Across Departments
With easily accessible real-time data, office staff will no longer be waiting on handwritten records to complete financial reporting, scheduling, purchasing, and sales.
6. Instant End-to-End Tracing
Food processors must be able to trace lot information for ingredients and finished goods to identify problems quickly and accurately. Paper trails create delays and potentially significant and costly mistakes.