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Succeed Management to develop software solution for NWFPA members

FBR Staff Writer Published 30 September 2013

Succeed Management Solutions, a web-based Enterprise Risk Management software provider, is set to develop a software solution for the Northwest Food Processor Association's (NWFPA) members to manage food safety, regulatory compliance, and workplace environmental health and safety practices.

The NWFPA Risk Management Center (RMC) will include a range of web-accessible resources for members, suppliers, and other industry participants.

It is the centerpiece of NWFPA's innovative Food Resource & Education Institute (FREDi), a website that provides a forum for collaboration on the issues of food industry innovation, manufacturing productivity improvement, and food safety training materials, online courses, and regional events.

Focus of the RMC will be food safety - resources that help food manufacturers, regardless of size, ensure they can develop, implement, monitor, and proactively manage high quality, regulatory-compliant food manufacturing processes.

NWFPA president David Zepponi said, "The mission of the NWFPA is to advocate for Northwest food processors, and this proactive solution will help ensure that we remain at the vanguard of food safety issues, including GMP, HACCP, GFSI, and the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act."

Succeed Management president and CEO Curt Shaw said, "The partnership between Succeed and the NWFPA is a unique opportunity to blend our state-of-the-art software platform with the knowledge, expertise, and resources of NWFPA's innovative Food Resource & education Institute to ensure food manufacturers can proactively manage safety, compliance, and reporting issues and avoid additional future burdensome and costly regulations and oversight."