RFgen Software Named 2022 Top Food Chain Technology by Food Chain Digest
El Dorado Hills, CA — Aug. 15, 2022
RFgen Software has been recognized as a 2022 “Top Food Chain Technology” by Food Chain Digest, the official magazine of Food Shippers of America (FSA). FSA brings together a community of supply chain and logistics professionals from the food and beverage industry and their suppliers in order to facilitate education and networking opportunities and enable supply chain efficiency improvements.
The Top Food Chain Technology program recognizes standout technologies in food transportation, logistics, distribution and supply chain management, according to Brian Everett, group publisher and editorial director of Food Chain Digest. “Technology has become the backbone of the food supply chain,” said Everett. “Technology platforms, applications and innovators have emerged in the food and beverage market to help bring more efficiency, productivity, and transparency to the food chain. This recognition program highlights leaders like RFgen Software that are readily available to food shippers in helping them to accomplish their business goals.”
According to Everett, this is the first year that Food Chain Digest has deployed this recognition program as an initiative to serve as a resource to food shippers seeking new opportunities to leverage technologies in their supply chain strategy and execution.
“We are incredibly honored to be acknowledged by Food Shippers of America for our long-standing commitment to food manufacturers and businesses nationwide,” said Rob Brice, president and CTO of RFgen. “Through highly-advanced mobile barcoding technology and impactful data collection we’ve been able to help hundreds of companies easily adhere to necessary compliance, such as FSMA requirements, as well as create more productive and streamlined processes that ultimately help boost their bottom line.”
Here’s how the program works: First nominations were made by supply chain technology and reviewed by the staff of Food Chain Digest. Requirements of all candidates were that they are a pure technology provider or offer a solution that is a stand-alone product outside of traditional third-party logistics offerings. Candidates must have a minimum annual gross global sales of U.S. $5 million. Nominations also highlighted a recent example in the last 12-18 months of how the solution helped a food shipper accomplish a critical business goal.
A second step in the process is that more than 1,500 supply chain, transportation, and logistics professionals in the food industry voted for the nominated companies that had the strongest reputation and value in the food chain technology segment. Companies earning an adequate volume of votes are validated through this process, and then named to the list which is published by Food Chain Digest.
To view the full list of winners, visit www.FoodShippers.org and click “Announcements.”
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