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Aptean Food & Beverage ERP is empowering the fresh produce industry

1 Aptean Food & Beverage ERP is empowering the fresh produce industry

In the food and beverage market, Fresh Produce businesses encounter unique challenges. Aptean, the global leader in food and beverage tailored Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions, addresses these needs with its cutting-edge, cloud-native solution, Aptean Food & Beverage ERP.

ABB enables digital control system evolution project at Naphtachimie plant in France

2 ABB enables digital control system evolution project at Naphtachimie plant in France

The project evolves ABB’s Distributed Control System (DCS) from a legacy version Advant MOD 300 to the new AC 800M, extending the plant’s life, as well as improving performance, availability and reliability.

Make UK comment on Chancellor's speech & Housing announcement

3 Make UK comment on Chancellor's speech & Housing announcement

Commenting on the speech by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Stephen Phipson, Chief Executive of Make UK, said:

Key appointments as jobmate brings enterprise resource planning to the UK and Ireland transport industry

4 Key appointments as jobmate brings enterprise resource planning to the UK and Ireland transport industry

jobmate, software provider to the supply chain, construction and service management industries, has made two key appointments as the company introduces its revenue-generating ERP services to businesses in the UK and Ireland.

UK Warehousing Association welcomes new Government

5 UK Warehousing Association welcomes new Government

By UKWA CEO, Clare Bottle.

The UK Warehousing Association welcomes the opportunity to work with the new Government to tackle key issues that are important to our sector, including decarbonising the electricity network, reforming the planning system, modernising apprenticeships and promoting innovation in warehousing.

High-growth supply chain businesses adopting AI and Machine Learning at faster pace than competitors

6 High-growth supply chain businesses adopting AI and Machine Learning at faster pace than competitors

According to the 2024 Agility Index research study from Epicor and Nucleus Research, nearly half of surveyed companies across the make, move, and sell industries cited concern over escalating costs as the foremost challenge confronting supply chains, with more than half using artificial intelligence, automation, or machine learning for at least one supply chain management application to address.

BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT responds to the election of Sir Keir Starmer and the new government

7 BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT responds to the election of Sir Keir Starmer and the new government

Rashik Parmar MBE, Chief Executive of BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, comments: “The new Prime Minister has a unique opportunity to take a positive view of AI and high stakes technologies, making sure they transform the lives of everyone in the UK.

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