ProcessPro Now a Member Northwest Food Processors Association
ST. CLOUD, MN: ProcessPro, a mid-market ERP software solution company, is pleased to announce it has become a member of the Northwest Food Processors Association (NFPW).
The association is a great resource for small to mid-sized food manufactures on the west coast. The association is comprised of very active committees that address major issues affecting the industry on both regional and national levels, keeping their members informed and educated.
“Our membership with NWFPA provides a perfect opportunity to connect and partner with those in the food and beverage industry on the west coast, which is a great market for us,” stated Karly Peters, Marketing Manager, ProcessPro.
The core functionality of the company has ProcessPro Premier, an ERP system that comes with comprehensive manufacturing, inventory and financial integration. It offers a complete system from beginning sales order entry through the manufacturing and accounting process. Premier incorporates the critical needs of batch processing which includes lot control and management of complex formulas and recipes. The fully integrated quality control eliminates the need to re-enter data and provides immediate and accurate visibility of sales, manufacturing, and inventory for your business.
Premier is built on Microsoft Windows, SQL Server and .NET architecture, which provides the additional advantage of Microsoft’s extensive research, development, and testing in every package. Unlike products that rely on proprietary languages and databases, Premier delivers a fully tested standard that ensures reliability, consistency, and better product prospects.
Core functionality has the following features: process manufacturing, quality control, formulation, material requirements planning, advanced scheduling, order entry, inventory control, physical inventory, general ledger, accounts payable, purchase orders and accounts receivable.
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