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Keep your inventory management in perfect order throughout the supply chain:
Inecta Food Distributor Software provides electronic traceability that enables you to quickly trace and track any product quickly from source to shipping. Lot traceability through Inecta is highly flexible, you choose what attributes to track, helping you manage SQF / HACCP / GFSI / FSMA, and allergen tracking requirements with assurance. Deliver expected quality standards and manage documentation for smooth audits and mock product recalls.
Transportation Management plays a critical role in the food and beverage industry's supply chain, providing shipment managers with planned routes and shipments within a given week. It enables route pre-definition for a city/state with multiple drop-off locations and assigning customer orders. The system also links shipping agent information to transportation orders for invoicing transportation expenses.
Inecta Food Distributor automates many manual tasks, saving you time and money. Generate customer labels, bill of lading, picking documents, invoices at the touch of a button. Streamline daily tasks and reduce manual errors through features such as automated barcode scanning of incoming and outgoing goods, directed pick and pack and integrated scale weighing. Learn more about our Direct Store Delivery App.
Maintain excellent relationships with your customers by providing stellar service with immediate responses to customer queries and requests regarding return products. RMA allows you to quickly process customer returns:
Inecta connects all your departments in a single easy-to-use interface.
The Buyer Board gives Food Distributors one screen to do all of their purchasing and quote-making duties. Buyers can use this screen to look at what they have on hand for each item, while also seeing what is on the sales order and what is on the purchase order for the next 7 days.
Food Distributors need to be able to create orders quickly and efficiently. Available Items allows the user to shop for a list of lots that can be filtered on, e.g. location, expiration date, and more.
With Inecta's Order Guide feature, Food and Beverage Industry Distributors can automate and enhance the sales order process by creating a catalog of items most frequently purchased by the customer or designated items sold to that customer.
Jason Bellingham, owner of JBL Foods
Food Distribution Software, also known as food service distribution software, is an Enterprise Resource Planning system designed for Food Manufacturers and Food Distributors. It allows for the accounting, digitization, and centralization of important company data and processes, such as lot tracking of food products and order management. Real-time, accurate information from finance, sales, inventory counts, processing, transport, and other supply chain business functions allows for clarity in decision-making and forecasting.
Food Distribution Software takes into account and solves challenges that are unique to the Food Industry, such as inventory management, inventory control, accounting systems, and ERP systems. An ERP that's specifically made for the Food Distribution Industry helps with maintaining food safety, tracing recalls, food manufacturing, food delivery, catch weight, grower accounting, and many more unique concerns.
A food distribution ERP software can help solve several problems faced by food and beverage distributors in their supply chain operations. These problems include inefficient financial data management, high transportation costs, difficulties in tracking inventory, and the need for specialized beverage distribution software.
By implementing an ERP system, food and beverage distributors can streamline their supply chain operations, reduce transportation costs, and improve their inventory management. The software can also provide real-time financial data, allowing for better decision-making and improved overall efficiency. With specialized features for beverage distribution, the software can address the unique challenges faced by companies in this industry, such as managing multiple product lines and dealing with perishable products.