The SaaS provider of traceability and supply chain transparency’s tool now includes changes to supplier reporting and monitoring as well as nine new reporting modules.
Enhancements to Track + Trace allow FoodLogiQ customers to analyze supplier participation and identify data gaps in their traceability programs.
Dean Wiltse, CEO of FoodLogiQ, said millions of data points make up the platform.
"Some of the world's leading food brands have trusted FoodLogiQ for years on their traceability initiatives, and we continue to incorporate their feedback into shaping our Track + Trace solution.”
Additional features include ability to identify top-tier suppliers reporting event data in compliance with your traceability program, monitor average and total number of days since the last data submission from supply chain partners and uncover suppliers who are behind on submitting traceability data for high-risk products.
Among the customers using FoodLogiQ's platform is IPC, an independent Subway franchisee-owned and operated purchasing cooperative.
SUBWAY/IPC is implementing a standards-based traceability program with supply chain partners and joined the GS1 US Foodservice Standards Initiative in 2010.
Rick Buttner, IPC's quality and supply chain risk director, said enhancements to the platform deliver the insight it needs to monitor supplier compliance with its traceability program.
"The success of our enhanced traceability program is not only about gathering data, but also ensuring the quality and accuracy of that data."