Agile, Full-scale ERP or Bust: Worldwide Food Distribution (Case study)
The BI Europe Ltd. success story opens with the brand proving its prowess by manufacturing and supplying portion-controlled condiments for the...Read More
The BI Europe Ltd. success story opens with the brand proving its prowess by manufacturing and supplying portion-controlled condiments for the travel industry. Today, they are an established worldwide brand, boasting a vast array of retail, food service and industrial clients. Acing worldwide expansion, however, required BI Europe Ltd. to show their steel at managing the operational complexity that’s part of the territory of worldwide distribution.
Looking for the best advice and information on all things ERP? We’ve made the search easier and rounded up the 10 best ERP resources on the internet – not including our own, of course! Here they are, in no particular order…
On 3rd March 2017 (10:30 GMT) we will be hosting a ‘webinar called: how to buy ERP software’ for a detailed look at the decision-making process of a new ERP software investment. Lakeview will present you with the drill-down of some key do’s and don’ts when screening ERP vendors and available ERP software.
How do you harness your business data for effective business intelligence (BI)? You may be surprised to learn that ERP is the place to start.
ERP software and business intelligence (BI) can be a match made in heaven, especially if you have an ERP solution that is specially tailored to the needs and features of your business. Think about it: your ERP is a rich vein of data ready to mine, if only you had the right tools to collate and present it in a useful manner.
Looking for the best advice and information on all things ERP?
We’ve made the search easier and rounded up the 10 best ERP resources on the internet – not including our own, of course!
Here they are, in no particular order…
As part of our blog series getting to know the people behind the scenes at Lakeview, we sat down with Mat Noonan who has been part of our development team for 24 years. He tells us about his role, and some of his thoughts for the future of Lakeview Software…
As the December 2014 food labelling regulations came into force, much of the focus was on the major changes to food allergy information. Clearer, more consistent information on allergens would make for safer purchasing for allergy sufferers.
UK hospital admissions for food allergies have increased by 500% since 1990. In response to the risk that an increasing number of consumers face, December 2014 saw a change in EU legislation to ensure that all allergen information is presented and is easily understood by consumers.
The food allergy labelling regulations that came in at the end of 2014 marked a giant leap forward in transparency within the food and beverage manufacturing supply chain. Of course, depending on your outlook, it also means there is now more risk of error and non-compliancy as the industry gets to grips with more stringent labelling rules.
As a food and drink manufacturer, you know that allergies are a serious concern for you and your business. It’s also an issue on the increase; it is estimated that the number of people diagnosed with a food allergy rises by 5% every year, and new food labelling regulations have been brought in to address the problem.