- Name: Swift Fine Foods
- Location: Co. Monaghan, Ireland
- Industry: consumer products – food
- Products and service: Production and distribution of prepared meals, ready meals; a variety of products and retail products
- Employees 120
Swift Fine Food Service is an Irish owned and operated food manufacturing business based in Lough Egish Co Monaghan. They provide a range of soups, traditional, Italia and ethnic meal solutions. Swift Fine Foods focus on quality, locally sourced ingredients, consistency and value. The company was looking for a futureproof, holistic solution spanning production, logistics, sales, purchasing and accounting.
It selected SAP Business One for Food to provide batch traceability throughout the supply chain, automate its warehouse, and integrate with shop floor devices such as high-speed label printers, weighing scales, barcode scanners and handheld mobile devices.
Challenges and Opportunities
- A single software solution to optimize all processes
- Batch traceability throughout the entire supply chain
- Integration of factory hardware to provide advanced production data insight
- Full upwards and downwards inventory traceability
SAP Business One for Food enables us to seamlessly track and optimize processes in production, distribution, order picking and sales. With DEM Machines, we also have an experienced, customer-friendly and efficient SAP partner
Why SAP and DEM Machines
- SAP Business One is modular, user-friendly, goal-oriented and future-proof
- Connections to third-party systems are easy to implement
- SAP Business One for Food offers a fully integrated, door-to-door solution
- A customer-friendly and efficient partner with an innovative, solution-oriented production team
- SAP Business One for Food underpins the warehouse, sale ordering system, quality assurance and production line monitoring
- Production and delivery increased without additional personnel
- Faster turnaround times
- Complete batch number traceability from raw material to finished product
- Easier handling of stock movements and reduced potential for error
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