Tag: food safety software

traceability supply blog

We used to be hunter-gatherers, but now we’ve become a shopper-tracker society. We can track most anything these days: package shipments and marathon runners, as well as the geo-location of ships, trains and airplanes on the screens of our mobile phones. We can even see when our ride service car is about to turn the

surecheck 10 benefits

PAR is excited to announce the release of its new SureCheck 10.0! SureCheck 10.0 possesses advanced functionality that will enhance the user experience when automating food safety and task management operations. Its customized software will allow organizations to personalize checklist workflows to achieve internal food safety requirements. It allows the flexibility to alert users when

RLC blog

 RLC is attended by 2,000 of the most progressive and influential professionals. Attendees have a wide range of skills and connections, making RLC the most-valued networking opportunity. As April welcomes us here in the Northeast with daily precipitation and camouflage-like scenery, the arid climate of Arizona has never seemed more welcoming – but why Arizona

sensor blog

The Business Benefits of adopting Mobile IoT Solutions The Internet of Things (IoT) is no longer in the realm of science fiction; it’s as pervasive as the smartphone and the selfie stick. As reported in CIO, the research firm Gartner predicts there will be nearly 20 billion devices connected to the IoT by 2020. Think of the IoT in terms

food safety RFID blog

One of the benefits of the RFID tag is that it requires the employee to go to the location of the tag to interrogate the temperature data from the tag. Why is RFID capability important for Food Safety? RFID capability can be used for both temperature and location measurements. With respect to location measurements, the RFID sensors,

supply chain blog

Those in-house systems help you control and maintain everything in the restaurant, but what about before your ingredients and other supplies arrive at your restaurant? There’s a saying that goes “work smarter, not harder.” In other words, companies are looking for ways to improve efficiency across their entire workforce. There are a few reasons why