F&B Chains, Retail Chains, manufacturing companies, healthcare providers, pharmaceutical firms and enterprises in many other industries face the day-to-day challenges of SOP management.
Introducing SOPs, and ensuring that they are followed, directly contributes to product and service quality and therefore the overall success of an organization.
Confirming that existing processes are compliant with regulations and proving that policies have been followed is extremely challenging across various geographical locations, this to date has proven to be an expensive and exhaustive exercise…..
Temperature sensors trigger alerts if food reaches an unsafe temperature preventing spoilage.
With data from occupancy sensors, smart HVAC and lighting can automatically adjust to variations in need between peak and off peak hours.
By analyzing equipment performance indicators such temperature, vibrations or power consumption, retailers can predict when equipment will fail before it does.
Using heatmaps of shopper density and location, retailers can offer timely services and reallocate staff to meet demand in real-time.
Insights from in store behavior, purchase history and social media activities can help retailers to provide personalized offers and predict future trends.
RFID tags can capture data including GPS location, temperature, pressure & other information, helping retailers track inventory across the supply chain and restock shelves to meet demand.
GPS location and weather data provide information about road and environmental conditions that enables better route planning and ensure drive safety.
Use real -time data analytics to manage complex vendor networks, ensuring shipment, product quality, and pricing accuracy.