Vigilistics Rolls out Receiving Management Solution for Dairy Processors
IRVINE, CA: In order to simplify the process of receiving for operators in the dairy processing industries, Vigilistics launches ReceivingPro – a solution that captures the receiving process electronically with reports and analytics associated and optimize performance of the dairy processing industries.
ReceivingPro enables managers to monitor performance, analyze trends and locate any areas that need improvement. It can be accessed through a PC, tablet or a smartphone. ReceivingPro helps to track performance by carrier, load, bay, and operator; manage load variance and chargebacks; track receiving performance and load results. In addition, it helps in monitoring accept/ reject rates and automatically creates and stores FDA validated records for audit and compliance.
"Our large dairy processors count on us for simple, affordable solutions that give them visibility into production process-level data not captured by other systems. With our new ReceivingPro application, we've given managers a revolutionary new way to handle the receiving process in less time and with greater control," says Mike Stephens, Vigilistics, CEO.
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