Electronic Data Capture Drives the Digital World
Seafood business decisions are often driven by experience and intuition, developed from years of hands-on operations. Many seafood managers develop an innate sense of their costs of goods sold, yield on processed materials, and the ebb and flow of inventory. However, in the highly competitive seafood space, it has become vital to operate ever more efficiently, improve yields, quickly sell through inventory, provide continuous quality improvement, and to rapidly and accurately trace product backwards and forwards. Customers demand quicker responses, sharper pricing, and mitigation of brand risk. Governments demand complete transparency in supply chains, accessible in ever shorter time frames. All of these demands are data-dependent, requiring accurate real-time reporting. Join Tom Kraft, president of Norpac Fisheries as he rethinks supply chains and traceability from an accountant’s perspective. His approach to traceability and supply chain management emphasizes delivering a high-quality product and maximizing the market value of the fish he delivers. This webinar will help supply chain managers, buyers, and accountants understand how traceability can have a direct impact on the value of their products and their company’s bottom line.
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