InfinityQS Named to Food Logistics’ Top Software & Technology Providers List for the 11th Consecutive Year

InfinityQS’ quality solutions have helped cold food and beverage manufacturers around the world optimize quality and safety—on the plant floor, across the enterprise, and along the global supply chain
 
FAIRFAX, Va. – Dec. 21, 2021 – InfinityQS® International, Inc. (InfinityQS), the global authority on data-driven enterprise quality, proudly announces it has been named a Top Software & Technology Provider by Food Logistics magazine for the 11th year in a row. Formerly known as the FL100+, the annual award list honors software and technology providers who ensure a safe, efficient, and reliable global cold food and beverage supply chain.
 
InfinityQS was recognized for its digital quality management solutions—Enact® and ProFicient™—that   help cold food and beverage manufacturers improve product quality, comply with food safety standards, reduce costs and waste, and make data-driven business decisions. Powered by Statistical Process Control (SPC), InfinityQS software centralize, standardize, and aggregate data from across all production lines and plants in an enterprise, delivering the visibility needed to monitor food quality and safety for the entire production cycle—from incoming ingredients to finished goods.
 
InfinityQS’ cloud-based solutions provide cold food and beverage manufacturers with insight into supplier performance to ensure only the highest quality raw materials are incorporated into final products. During the manufacturing process, the software automates data collection and analysis to detect quality issues or concerning trends as they happen—speeding response times and preventing defects before they occur. Food manufacturers can take their quality data a step further, using advanced analysis tools and data visualizations to easily compare cross-plant data, quickly identify opportunities for continuous quality improvement, and ultimately gain a competitive advantage.
 
“Quality and safety are vital at every step of the cold food and beverage supply chain. Yet the prevalent use of outdated, paper-based quality control methods makes it challenging for manufacturers to ensure consistent adherence to safety and quality standards,” commented Michael Lyle, President and CEO of InfinityQS. “At InfinityQS, we’re committed to helping food and beverage manufacturers retire the pencil and paper. By embracing modern solutions for real-time, data-driven quality assurance, manufacturers can reach new levels of quality, compliance, and business performance.”
 
Notably, InfinityQS has made it easier than ever to digitally transform quality management for more efficient, safe, and resilient cold food & beverage production. The company’s cloud-based solutions offer rapid deployment and scalability, enabling food manufacturers to solve immediate challenges and see rapid returns on their investment. Moreover, InfinityQS recently introduced a new Proof-of-Concept approach to ease the transition to the cloud.  These small-scale deployments focus on one manufacturing process to help new clients get accustomed to the software, get buy-in from stakeholders, and lay a strong foundation for successful enterprise-wide deployment.

“Software developments and emerging technologies are what make the world go ‘round. They’re what make supply chains move, even when the world stops. They’re what keeps people, products, and plants safe. They provide traceability, visibility, efficiency, and credibility. And, the winners from this year’s award prove that there are no limitations to what software and technology can do in the supply chain space,” says Marina Mayer, Editor-in-Chief of Food Logistics and Supply & Demand Chain Executive.
 
The 2021 award recipients will be profiled in Food Logistics’ November/December 2021 print issue. For the full list of winners, visit www.FoodLogistics.com.  
 
About Food Logistics
Food Logistics reaches more than 26,000 supply chain executives in the global food and beverage industries, including executives in the food sector (growers, producers, manufacturers, wholesalers and grocers) and the logistics section (transportation, warehousing, distribution, software and technology) who share a mutual interest in the operations and business aspects of the global cold food supply chain. Food Logistics and sister publication Supply & Demand Chain Executive are also home to L.I.N.K. and L.I.N.K. Educate podcast channels, L.I.N.K. Live, SCN Summit, SupplyChainLearningCenter.com and more. Go to www.FoodLogistics.com to learn more.
 
 

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