White Paper: Lascom
E.U. regulation No 1169/2011 on the provision of food information to consumers is a new European Union directive that affects both manufacturers and retailers. It applies to food business operators at all stages of the food chain, where their activities concern the provision. Compliance with INCO will ensure that product information is consistent throughout the supply chain at every consumer touch-point, both in-store and online.
This whitepaper not only defines requirement standards of the new E.U. regulation no. 1169/2011 (INCO), but also explains how to better deal with the regulation.
What are the changes in new EU Regulation No 1169/2011 on food labeling?
What are the major impacts on the food and beverage companies due to New EU regulation No 1169/2011?
What are the best practices to avoid slowing down innovation processes due to INCO regulation?
Is INCO regulation only a costly and time-consuming constraint?
Download this informative whitepaper to learn more about the rules in accordance with Regulation No 1169/2011 and food information regulations.
By: Metric Insights
Many healthcare organizations have implemented Business Intelligence (BI) tools for healthcare analytics in the hopes of making their operations data-driven and therefore more effective.Yet,despite the investment of billions in these tools, the technology has under-delivered on its promise. This white paper addresses seven areas on which a healthcare IT organization should focus to ensure success in implementing Push Intelligence: • Provide insights that find the practitioner, not the other way around • Never require users to wait • Personalize delivery of Metrics • Allow Context and Collaboration • Remove training from the equation • Deploy quickly and iterate • Seamlessly interface with existing applications
There is a great opportunity to improve the performance and contribution of utility contact centers by making four “must have” changes. These changes are consistent with the latest industry trends and contact center developments, leveraging technology and best practices to deliver new levels of service. This whitepaper ensures that the customer expectations are met in the most cost efficient manner by the following four changes: Deploy workforce management tools for better schedules, improved service levels, and fewer agents Staff with a mix of centralized and work at home agents for greater agent availability and schedule flexibility Merge disparate call centers into one virtualized, consolidated customer service contact center Leverage the ‘callback’ option to save money, eliminate long on‐hold times, and delight customers by freeing them from hold