Do you have strict requirements for quality and safety, with equally strict procedures required for meeting them? Is your industry regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)? FDA software validation is one way to ensure the tools you use when creating or distributing products are up to the task. See Datacor in action to learn more about our single-source solution for comprehensive management of your entire operation.
A batch manufacturing record (BMR) is an important document for chemical and process manufacturers: It tells users how to produce a batch of a given product, then records the entire production process, from start to finish. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requires companies to create BMRs to ensure the quality and safety of food, drug and personal care products, so it’s crucial to complete them correctly.
If you work in the chemical and process manufacturing industry, you know how important Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) are to your business. They provide crucial information about the safety and handling of hazardous chemicals and help you stay compliant with government regulations.
Your business has a lot of moving parts: from accounting and payroll to production and distribution. Every activity within the company and each piece of data gathered externally from customers, suppliers and business partners must be recorded. To make informed decisions, your entire company needs access to that data — but how can you manage it all while still handling day-to-day tasks?
Have you heard of the term “ERP”? Not exactly sure what it is or why it’s important to process manufacturers and chemical distributors? Maybe you’ve done some research and found it overwhelming and a little confusing.
Technology plays an enormous role for many process manufacturers and other organizations wanting to grow their business. A vast majority already have CRM (Customer Relationship Management) and ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) software solutions implemented in their business today. CRM solutions help companies manage the front-end of the business by handling sales, marketing and customer service information. While ERP solutions help the back-end processes and internal information like accounting, inventory, shipping, etc. Although both solutions are unique and do very different things, there is a critical crossover of information between the two solutions. Here are 3 major benefits to integrating your CRM and ERP solutions together:
Over the last forty years, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software has become an integral part of the operation of manufacturing and distribution businesses. The main goal of an ERP system is to increase a business’s efficiency by allowing businesses to intelligently collect, manage and sift through data for a variety of activities. However, as ERP systems get older and are no longer being updated, they can begin to negatively impact the businesses that use them. These “legacy systems” are often in need of replacement, but instead of replacing them, business owners spend significant amounts of time and money trying to make these systems work instead of finding a new solution.
Many small chemical manufacturers and distributors utilize QuickBooks to manage their financial accounting needs because it’s a simple cost-effective solution. However, there comes a time when your business is growing and QuickBooks can begin to hinder the company’s success. Here are 3 signs that indicate your business has outgrown QuickBooks:
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