Using tech to optimise operations and resources: Free webinar

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Our free webinar will help kick-start your journey into digitalisation and the use of tech within your business
Our free webinar will help kick-start your journey into digitalisation and the use of tech within your business

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Learn all you need to know about tech and how it can help optimise operations and resources in our upcoming free webinar on Wednesday 27 April at 3pm.

Sponsored by Siemens, this webinar – Resources are finite, data is infinite: How tech helps to optimise operations and resources’​ – will explore how technology can allow manufacturers to do more with less, using less expensive resource and getting more from efficient and productive machinery. 

This one-hour event will help manufacturers just embarking on their journey answer the question, ‘where do I start’ and assist processors who have already started down the past in determining the next step for their business.  

How to benefit  

The webinar will also go over just what the digitalising process involves, how expensive, disruptive and time-consuming it is and how small businesses can benefit as much as larger companies with legacy systems. 

Hosted by Food Manufacture editor Rod Addy, this webinar can help guide you through these questions, supported by practical wisdom from manufacturers in the field. 

Scheduled speakers include Wyke Farms production manager Pete Hooper, Siemens Digital Industries finaincing partner Carolyn Newsham and Siemens head of food and beverage Keith Thornhill.  

Expert panel 

Panelists will also answer your burning questions on the topic, with the chance to pre-submit before the webinar start date. You are also welcome to ask questions on the live day.  

To secure your place on this free webinar, follow this link to the event page.​ 

Meanwhile, Kimberly Carey Coffin, global technical director at Lloyd’s Register, explored how digital systems can benefit food and drink firms​ across a number of applications. 

“As consumer appetite for greater insight into food authenticity grows, manufacturers need to ensure they are prepared so they can offer full transparency and traceability,​ said Coffin. 

“The good news is that we are already seeing more evidence of processors trying to gain a deeper understanding of their supply chain and how data and AI can be used to provide actionable insight for more informed decisions.” 

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