Feb. 3, 2010
-- The Traceability Institute, LLC is presenting the Traceability Interoperability Summit 2010 in Denver January 21 and 22, 2010. The firm suggests that all parties at work in the food supply chain will benefit from constructive dialogue about the definition, requirements, and roadmap to achieve solution interoperability and controlled transparency. The result of this and subsequent meetings will be widespread adoption by all players in the North American food supply chain.
Will Pape, founder and Executive Vice President of TraceGains will be a feature speaker at the Traceability Interoperability Summit in Denver on January 22nd at 11:15. Perspective from Leading Suppliers and Integrators, this presentation features a cross-section of solutions providers as they discuss their organization’
s perspective on interoperability, the objectives of a traceability solution and the technologies that fulfill these objectives. Designed to be offer a candid and thoughtful exchange, the Keynote Roundtable will be moderated by knowledgeable and informed media representative and offers unprecedented level of interaction with the delegates.
This important event begins a process that will put into place the necessary environment, tools , standards, and methods to help the nation’s food suppliers, retailers and service providers maintain a high level of product safety and quality in an ever challenging business arena. The conference will be held at the Sheraton Denver Downtown location.
The mission at TraceGains (www.TraceGains.com)
is to make the food supply chain safer and more profitable by helping companies produce finished goods faster, better, and more cost-effectively. Supplier Compliance is a food safety firewall that allows companies to detect and eliminate problems in the supply chain before they are incorporated into finished goods and shipped to customers. By reducing ingredient variability, the finished product becomes less costly to manufacture, performs better, and ultimately increases customer satisfaction. Supplier Impact enables companies to easily measure how each supplier affects finished goods quality and profitability, and connects product outcomes and customer feedback to specific upstream ingredient suppliers. Suppliers are continuously scored based on performance of key attributes for each shipment, and rank ordered against their peers. With the TraceGains’ CaseTrace and LabelTrace solutions, companies can achieve true ingredient-level traceability. Effective product recalls are accelerated and performed at the unit level, so recall costs, long-term brand damage, and brand rehabilitation costs are minimized. LabelTrace can be expanded to include brand authentication and consumer-level loyalty marketing. All TraceGains solutions present findings in easy-to-understand dashboard graphics with full drilldown capabilities, which are available for onsite deployment or delivered as SaaS (software-as-
a-service). Headquartered in Longmont, Colorado, USA, TraceGains has direct and partner offices throughout North America, Europe, Latin America, and Asia.
Marc Simony, Director of Marketing