ParityFactory Customer Success: Chukar Cherries

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“I would absolutely recommend ParityFactory to other processors. It works seamlessly alongside your existing systems, adding value and
providing visibility immediately. The reporting is extensive, there is very little learning curve, and the integration just worked.
We could not be happier.

-Tim Oten, General Manager at Chukar Cherries

 

Chukar Cherries is a Washington State-based, family owned processor that produces a variety of high-quality chocolate, candies, dried fruit, granola and gifts using cherries and berries grown locally in the Pacific Northwest. Taking their name from a species of bird that thrives between the Cascades and the Rockies, the company was founded in 1988 by Pam Montgomery on her family’s cherry orchard.

Today, Chukar’s products are sold online, at their flagship store in their native Prosser, WA and at their storefront in Seattle’s iconic Pike Place Market. Despite their growth since the late 80s, the company remains committed to producing product in small-batch style, retaining the freshness and quality that the brand has become synonymous with.

Recently, we had the pleasure of working with the Chukar team to implement ParityFactory into their facility. After identifying several key needs from higher tracing efficiency to tighter inventory control, our consultants delivered a customized solution that both serves Chukar Cherries’ needs now, and sets them up for future growth. We’ve compiled the experience into a brand new case study to share, you can read all about it by clicking here.

Curious if ParityFactory’s food-focused solution could work for your operation? Schedule a demo with us today and our expert team will show you how our tool helps over 50 food processors a year increase their efficiency.

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