How AI and Automation Ignite New Product Development
14:00 - 14:35
With seismic shifts in consumer priorities and changing sales channels, how can food and beverage companies stay competitive?
A McKinsey survey report highlights that food and beverage companies fail 75 percent of the time when bringing new products to market, how can businesses solve this problem and compensate for such poor success rates?
The supply chain is larger and more complex than ever, how do manufactures and brand owners immediately find what they need to build their products faster and automate the rest?
How can food and beverage companies connect stakeholders, streamline workflows and scale the business without adding resources?
Gary Nowacki has been the CEO of TraceGains since its launch in 2008. Prior to TraceGains, Gary spent 13 years in a variety of software industry executive positions in the ERP (enterprise resource planning), supply chain management, and quality space for food and beverage, consumer packaged goods, pharmaceuticals, and other process industries. Gary has also held management and individual contributor positions in programming, implementation services, and sales in the ERP software business. Gary’s prior work experience includes serving in senior management roles at CDC Software – Ross Systems, a leading ERP supplier to the food industry.