Coming To A Computer Near You: Don't Miss These Upcoming Technology Webinars
Software technology has opened the doors to numerous opportunities. From automating to compiling and reporting, a good software platform can help your company run more efficiently.
Software can also make it possible to be at two places at once (talk about efficiency!). Thanks to webcast software, you can work at your desk and sit in on an educational webinar for the low, low price of free.
It just so happens, Food Processing is participating in two webinars in April that we think you, our readers, will find extremely educational:
Better Cost Control with Better Business Intelligence: Leaving Money on the Table?
Date and Time: April 9/2 p.m. EST/1 p.m. CST
In food processing, data comes from a variety of sources within the supply chain. And international distribution is even more complex.
No matter which department you're in, as a food and beverage processor, you may have found yourself asking the following questions:
- Are my declining profits due to reduced revenue or increasing costs?
- Is our customer loyalty declining because of poor product quality, or poor customer loyalty initiatives?
- Are revenues declining because of insufficient marketing activity, or low sales closure rates?
In this 30-minute webcast, learn how to achieve better cost control with better business intelligence. Junction Solutions' George Casey will talk with Food Processing's own business intelligence expert to talk about what data should be looked at and how leading food companies are using data and analytics to grow their businesses.
How to schedule the right people in the right places
April 16, 2 pm ET/ 1 p.m. CST
Schwan's Global Supply Chain has figured out how to accurately forecast production demand and to schedule employees with the right skills and certifications to get the job done. Anyone interested in improving operational performance will benefit from this free webcast.
Employee scheduling has a direct impact on a manufacturer's labor costs, productivity, and profitability. But without the right automated scheduling tools in place, it's difficult to forecast production demand and schedule employees with the right skills and certifications needed to get the job done.
Automated workforce scheduling software, integrated with your ERP system, enables you to create demand-driven labor planning, thus improving operational efficiency and ultimately reducing your total cost to serve customers.
This webcast will give you an inside look at how Schwan's Global Supply Chain has figured out how to accurately forecast production demand and schedule employees with the right skills and certifications to get the job done. Anyone interested in improving operational performance - regardless of industry - will benefit from this discussion.
And, of course, you can always register to view any of our previous webcasts in our webcast library at http://www.foodprocessing.com/webcasts/