Upcoming Event: ParityFactory at the Almond Conference

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We’re excited to announce that we’ll be attending and exhibiting at California Almond‘s Almond Conference at the SAFE Credit Union Convention Center from December 7-9! The Almond Conference is the United States’ largest trade show devoted exclusively to the Almond Industry, and we’ll be exhibiting for the first time at this year’s event. We work with many of Central California’s tree nut processors, and the nut space has been our largest area of growth over the past 2 years. We’re excited to see some familiar faces at the event, and make some new connections as well! Our team will be available for conversations and software demos at Booth 602. Click here for more information about the show, and don’t forget to stop by, say hi, pick up some ParityFactory swag, and let us fill you in on all the great new things happening with our software!

As mentioned above, the tree nut space is one that we know well, with a significant chunk of our clients representing the vertical and many tools within ParityFactory specific to the nut space. With complex processing and grading operations, as well as often having the challenge of managing contract growers, the tree nut segment can derive many great benefits from automating their lot tracing and materials control.  A great example is longtime client of ours, GoldRiver Orchards. A family business based in Escalon, CA, GoldRiver has seen major improvements in both their harvest season receiving and their processing operation thanks to digitizing their materials control . Check out our case study on their project for more details on the challenges they overcame with their PF project.

Interested in exploring how a WMS can help your food processing business reach new heights? Reach out today for a free, no-strings-attached demo and our nut industry experts will share how they help our clients take the headaches out of managing tracing and inventory.

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