Four ways advanced data analytics is disrupting the F&B supply chain
Disruptive technologies are presenting the food and beverage industry with an unprecedented opportunity to improve margins, reduce waste and meet changing consumer demand.
This Maine Pointe insights paper is for CEOs and PE executives in the food and beverage industry and discusses:
- Why the need for modernization is a priority for on many CEOs
- The potential cash, cost and growth benefits of a digital supply chain
- How to take the first steps towards digital transformation
What's in this eBook?
Analytics and food & beverage
The drive towards IOT/Industry 4.0 will accelerate
Bill Forster, EVP Food & Beverage, Maine Pointe outlines how disruptive technologies are presenting the food and beverage industry with an unprecedented opportunity to improve margins, reduce waste and meet changing consumer demand. The food and beverage market has always been fiercely competitive.
Pressures around changing consumer behaviors, ingredient visibility, rising operational costs, production efficiency, and product quality form a complex operating environment for the industry as a whole. The modern supply chain depends on real-time data to operate efficiently. Survival is about complete visibility and having the agility to capitalize on a rapidly changing market. It’s about smart use of new technologies to create a demand-driven end-to-end digital supply chain. Organizations need to embrace innovative technologies that help optimize daily operations and hone profit margins.