Foodware 365: ERP software for food companies

Foodware 365 is added functionality for production and trading companies in the food industry. The functionality is added to the standard Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central ERP software. With Foodware 365 you can streamline your business processes and you satisfy the specific requirements of a food company.

Match your supply chain with your customer requirements

Manage your entire logistics chain with Foodware 365: from purchase requirement up to and including delivery at the customer and financial settlement. Foodware 365 perfectly matches the needs of your food company: monitoring of THT on delivery, FEFO processing, batch blocking, certificates on delivery, etc.

Use the comprehensive CRM possibilities with which you satisfy the increasingly demanding customer requirements. Ensure fast order intakes by working with customer ranges, phone and dispatch days, order advice and/or EDI. Our integrated solution enables to follow up tight planning and deadlines. Optimize your stocks and delivery times with Material Resource Planning (MRP).

Foodware 365 also allows you to provide your products with customer-specific packaging and labelling, along with the management of the delivery conditions such as SSCC. With RF scanning you reduce your error margins and raise the speed of your warehouse movements. The flow of empties (including pallets, drums, etc.) is also under control with coordination with your transport management.

Your quality management is interwoven in your processes

With the Foodware 365 quality modules your quality management is fully interwoven in your business processes. Foodware 365 enables tracking & tracing your batches along the whole chain, from supplier to customer and from customer to supplier.

Monitor your quality system (BRC, HACCP, IFS, ISO9002, ISO22000, etc.) by means including controls, calibrations and complaint management. Follow the THT, nutritional values, allergens, etc. of your products at any time.

You can also automatically have your labelling information, ingredient declaration, nutritional values, etc. directly taken from the packaging and product specifications.

Build upon solid production support and planning

Foodware 365 is suitable for both Make-to-Order and Make-to-Stock businesses while taking account of the needs of your food company. Choose thorough production monitoring or simplified assembly functionality. With Foodware 365 you have the tools at hand to streamline and fine-tune your production process.

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