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Managing Margins for Food and Beverage Manufacturers

November 24th, 2020, 12:00pm – 1:00pm EST

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MARKHAM, Ontario, Nov. 17, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to a recent IDC report, 34 percent of Canadian food and beverage manufacturers are looking for new ways to boost profitability, while 26 percent now prioritize increased revenue

On November 24th from 12:00pm – 1:00pm EST, join industry experts for IWI’s live webcast — “Improving Margins for the Food and Beverage Industry Using Food Tech” about the emerging role of ERP solutions in food and beverage manufacturing to maximize margins and reduce potential risk.

Sign up today for your chance to discover industry-specific insights and maximize manufacturing margins.

Improving Margin Management

Key topics covered in our live webinar will include cost management, regulatory compliance, inventory obsolescence, functional forecasting and quality management, along with actionable insights from three industry experts:

  • Hitesh Dani, Sage Enterprise Solutions StrategistTwo decades of experience in enterprise-scale software deployments give Hitesh Dani a unique perspective on identifying and addressing key organizational challenges.

  • Abhinav Maini, Sage X3 Demo SpecialistSpecializing in best-fit ERP deployments, Abhinav Maini empowers enterprises to maximize productivity.

  • Sean Fraser, Sage X3 Sales ManagerExtensive knowledge of the Sage product family helps Sean Fraser maximize ERP efficacy and revenue potential for organizations.

Overcoming Operational Obstacles

To maximize both profit and revenue, margin management is paramount. As noted by IDC’s Riding the Wave of Uncertainty report, however, operational obstacles often emerge to frustrate these efforts, such as:

  • Regulatory changes49 percent of Canadian companies point to regulatory changes around Brexit, USMCA, HIPAA and GPDR as challenging to their bottom line.

  • Labour shortages 35 percent of firms highlight issues with skilled labour shortages in production and manufacturing facilities.

  • Cybersecurity breaches40 percent point to potential cybersecurity breaches as problematic external forces.

  • Product traceability54 percent note that lacking traceability could negatively impact their brand value, even as traceability expectations rapidly evolve.

Ready to tackle these challenges head on? Join us on November 24th and discover how the right technology can help Canadian food and beverage manufacturers maximize margins, improve productivity and enhance operational outcomes.

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Can’t make it to live session? Complete the registration form and get access to the full recording after the webcast is complete.

About Us: IWI Consulting Group has been helping Canadian companies implement Sage ERP solutions for more than 20 years. From food and beverage software to cloud manufacturing, distribution and professional services, IWI Consulting Group is your trusted Business ERP software provider.

Contact:
John Sabaratnam
IWI Consulting Group Inc.
310 – 80 Acadia Avenue
Markham, ON L3R 9V1
Toll-Free: (866) 916-3851 ext 101
Email: sales@iwigroup.ca


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