Derry supply chain software firm partners with global data expert

  • Derry-based software company, Foods Connected has announced a new integration partnership with global food pricing data expert, Mintec.

    Foods Connected provides end-to-end software solutions for Supply Chain, Procurement, Food Safety, Quality and CSR for the food industry. 

    The north west firm said that its new partnership "will harness the rich procurement functionality of the Foods Connected platform, along with the analytics provided by Mintec to deliver greater real-time market insight to businesses allowing them to compare their own internal performance against independent industry data."

    Foods Connected co-founder, Roger McCracken said: “It is my pleasure to announce today our partnership with Mintec, an industry renowned leader in food pricing data. We’re absolutely thrilled with the value this partnership will deliver to our customers.

    "The increased market visibility provided by Mintec combined with our own set of procurement and supply chain tools will allow our customers to make the most cost-effective, evidence-based trading decisions at the click of a button.

    "At Foods Connected, we pride ourselves on our expertise and our ability to simplify complex tasks for our customers, taking the guesswork and time out of searching for information.

    "As we continue to grow, we are excited to be working with data intelligence experts such as Mintec to better innovate our offering and keep delivering above and beyond for our valued customers.”

    Spencer Wicks, CEO of Mintec, added: "Mintec is pleased to partner with Foods Connected and deliver an end-to-end solution to supply chain professionals that helps them better understand their supplier prices. The combination of tools and data will dramatically increase their confidence when sourcing raw materials."

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