Theme: Creating an Efficient and Sustainable Food industry through Data

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  • March 4, 2014 at 9:30 am
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    The 3nd Annual 2017 Food and Drink IT Summit will be held on 5th of July 2017 in the Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham.

    The Food and Drink IT Summit is an annual gathering of the leading food and beverage companies interested in improving their business through data, IT, software etc. Over 400+ Delegates attended the inaugural 2015 event. We expect 800+ for the 2017 event

    The move towards a smart food business is increasing. More and more data is available throughout the food factory and across the whole food chain. This availability of data and the means to analyse it and effect improvements is leading to increased efficiencies, reduced waste, lower costs, increasing productivity etc.

    This event will bring together key stakeholders and regulatory bodies from food and beverage manufacturers, food retailers and food service companies, plus key suppliers of software, hardware, consultancy services etc. that are pushing the limits in increasing the efficiencies of the UK food and beverage industry through  the collection and intelligent use of data.

    The speaker line up is drawn from senior management throughout the food and drink industry who have delivered improved performance through the intelligent use of data to improve areas such as logistics and supply chain, traceability, quality & safety, production, human capital management, waste reduction, energy management etc.

    If you are interested in creating a smarter, more efficient and more sustainable food industry, join your industry peers for a engaging and thought provoking event which will stimulate debate and help you to make the correct decisions to improve your food and beverage operations.

    Key topics will include:

    Inventory management, Planning and scheduling, Data capture, Process control and automation, Sustainability, IT Infrastructure, Time management, RFID. Labelling, Coding, Electronic Data Interchange, Logistics & Supply Chain, Recipe Formation, Traceability, Quality and Safety, Energy Reduction, Waste Reduction, Production Optimisation, Warehouse Management, Plant Management, Innovation, Lifecycle Engineering, Laboratory Information Management Systems, Customer Relationship Management, Human Capital Management, Business Intelligence, Business Transformation, Manufacturing Performance, Resource Planning

    Delegates have already registered from the UK and Europe’s leading food and beverage companies. Join us on July 5th at the national motorcycle museum for the UK’s only Food and beverage event focused on IT, Software, data, automation and data capture technology. Register here for a full delegate pack To Exhibit please click here

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