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Last week saw the GFSi’s annual conference, uniting figures from the retail and manufacturing communities. While many topics were discussed, there was an overarching focus on how increasing consumer demands and supply chain complexity are driving the need to ensure food safety. Some of the key topics discussed this year included:
In our last blog, we discussed the rise of discount supermarkets, and how they had become able to compete so effectively with other, more established retailers. Today, we will look at how retailers can react to this and ensure that they are still offering products and value that will keep shoppers coming back for more.
Quite apart from it being Bastille Day today, it seems a lot of peoples’ thoughts are on Europe at the moment. The European Union has revised its legislation requiring the food industry to improve the level of information for consumers on the origin and nutritional value of food products. The new rules on origin of unprocessed meat from pigs, sheep, goats and poultry will apply from 13 December 2014, while the mandatory obligation to provide nutrition information will apply from 13 December 2016. With these changes becoming mandatory in a relatively short amount of time, by acting now retailers and manufacturers can ensure that the changeover is as seamless as possible and introduce complete transparency in the supply chain to satisfy consumers and regulators alike.
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Selecting a Software as a Service (SaaS) vendor for a Product Lifecyle Management (PLM) solution goes beyond just looking at application features.
Functionality is maybe only 50% of the overall value proposition. While it is important that the solution meets the businesses core needs, IT directors need to help the business choose the right solution based on technology aspects of the SaaS vendors as well.