White Paper: EtQ
How can you best manage food safety across the global supply chain while ensuring regulatory compliance?
With this, comes the challenge of being able to ensure that all entities within the supply chain meet their responsibility for food safety and quality.
This whitepaper on “Extending Food Safety down the Supply Chain,” outlines several key concepts into how companies can extend their enterprise Food Safety Management System (FSMS) to their suppliers, and effectively take quality outside their four walls.
A Recipe for Food Safety: Areas that should be addressed in any company’s food safety program
Challenges with Supplier Quality: Maintaining compliance to food safety standards
Food Safety down the Supply Chain: Incorporating Your Suppliers
Best Practices for Integrating the Food Safety Management System with the Supply Chain
Read this whitepaper that describes background information of food safety regulations as well as action steps that can be taken to mitigate the inherent risks of a global food supply chain.
A system that integrates all food safety processes across the enterprise is the key to ensure a high level of compliance down the food chain. The Food and Beverage industry is increasingly adapting the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) as its “stamp” of high quality and safety. In this white paper on “Creating Harmonized Food Safety Processes through Integration,” learn about: How an automated Food Safety Management System (FSMS) eases compliance with Global Food Safety Initiatives Challenges of a Food Safety system without integrated processes Best practices to integrate a Food Safety Management System within the food & beverage industry How integration increases Food Safety Management effectiveness
By: PICS Auditing
Four Steps to Building a Global Supply Chain Risk Management Platform Managing global supply chain risk is difficult, as these risks range from the minor "bump" in the road to a company disaster. With the right proactive approach these risks can be mitigated and even eliminated. Do you want to identify and understand the possible causes, and direct and indirect effects of these risks? Read this whitepaper which represents the 'four cornerstones for impementing successful supply chain risk management process '' as well as addresses a few questions like: Which are the steps needed in building a global supply chain risk management platform? What are the common issues and challenges that exists in global supply chain management process? How are environmental factors affecting global supply chain risk management? How to prevent risk in global supply chain management process? How to improve supply chain risk management by monitoring for risks to your global supply chain process? The whitepaper also comes with a case study for Financial Solvency Verification.
What is business process management ?
Business process management is a systematic approach to business processes of a company which cover how we think, change, and monitor business processes so they run easily and can be enhanced after some time. BPM (Business Process Management) is a field of management that acts as a systematic approach for making organizations Workflow more effective, more efficient and hence improving the corporate performance by managing business process in the organizations.
What is Utility ?
Usefulness is the simplest term that can define “Utility.” However, in economics, utility is referred as the amount of satisfaction derived from consuming certain goods or services. Utility directly affects the demand and supply of a product, and the concept can be explained with two perspectives—product’s perspective and consumer’s perspective. The capability of a product in satisfying the want is what utility is from a product’s perspective where as psychological feeling of happiness, pleasur
What is Digital Supply Chain ?
The digital supply chain is a process of networking between individuals and organizations involved in a business deal that is initiated in a paperless environment, using web-enabled capabilities. Whereas a supply chain is the simple networking between all individuals, organization, and activities involved in a business process from the manufacturer to the end user. Precisely a supply chain is a set of two or more individuals or organizations directly involved in selling or buying services