"You're Only As Good As Your Last Transmission" - Kellogg's FAFH and Dot Foods Discuss the Benefits and Hurdles of Data Synchronization If you are in foodservice, electronic data sync may soon be part of the backbone of your business. If you don't know what that means to your future, read on as Rich Borasso from Kellogg's FAFH and Paul Mugerditchian of Dot Foods discuss their work in implementing Foodservice GS1 US Standards. Their conversation at the 2011 Distribution Solutions Conference included questions on the past, the present, and the future. Along the way, Borasso and Mugerditchian were also asked about the big wins, the hurdles, and ROI. While data sync is the technology endgame of a larger process, it's the accuracy of product information to subscribers that is a key benefit.
Foodservice GS1 US Update: November/December 2011
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