HACCP & ISO 22000 Compliance
For the food and beverage industry, safety and quality is not just a regulatory compliance issue but a key business priority as it builds consumer confidence and brand value. The financial impact and risk associated with poor product quality and inconsistent operational practices can be catastrophic.
Mandates by the FDA and the USDA such as HACCP procedures and ISO 22000-based food safety management are the basis for many compliance and quality programs. Companies know all too well that improperly trained employees, substandard products, or poor service can cost their business millions of dollars a year in lost sales, and leave the door open to more severe consequences.Download Solution Brief
MetricStream HACCP and ISO 22000 Compliance Management Software Solution
MetricStream provides a web-based, end-to-end HACCP and ISO 22000 compliance software solution to support safety and quality compliance programs in the food and beverage industry. The solution enables foodservice companies to capture, route, correct, prevent, and analyze issues between their organizations and their trading partners. Unlike spreadsheets, paper-based procedures, and email-based processes, MetricStream HACCP and ISO 22000 Compliance Management Solution gives companies the ability to collaborate with their partners, gain a real-time view into quality data, and efficiently track issues for a closed-loop compliance process.
By unifying all compliance and quality data into one central repository, food and beverage companies can leverage robust reporting, dashboard, and alert capabilities to easily identify trends, overdue actions, and other performance metrics while maintaining detailed scorecards for key performance indicators (KPIs).
MetricStream offers compliance and quality management solutions to foodservice companies in partnership with Instill Corporation, a leading provider of technology solutions and services in the foodservice industry.
- Protects brand image and market share
- Helps ensure the highest quality and safety of products
- Limits liability of food-borne illness events
- Reduces materials and ingredient costs
- Improves supplier product quality
- Improves relationships with trading partners
- Reduces product waste and downtime
- Reduces the costs of regulatory compliance
- Ensures currency and integrity of quality documents
The greatest successes have been identifying the controls to reduce risk and making that transparent to senior management and the board.