ESHA, TraceGains Partner to Streamline Data Transfer
ESHA and TraceGains have taken the initiative to integrate our software solutions to provide our customers with a more streamlined process for updating supplier ingredient information.
SALEM, Ore. —ESHA Research, the developers of Genesis R&D® Product Development and Labeling software, announced today the completion of its integration with the TraceGains® supplier portal.
ESHA has developed a new workflow tool for Genesis R&D, DataLink, which calls ingredient data from the TraceGains Supplier portal and imports the data into the Genesis R&D database. DataLink allows for shared customers to update supplier ingredient data without having to manually enter nutrient amounts.
“Our customers have been looking for a more streamlined process for gathering and updating supplier ingredient data across all systems,” said Craig Bennett, CEO of ESHA. “Partnering with TraceGains has given us the opportunity to offer our shared customers a more accurate and seamless information transfer.”
With the DataLink application, anytime an update is made to a supplier ingredient in TraceGains, users will be able to review a side-by-side comparison of the nutrient data and import the updated information directly into the Genesis R&D database. If no matching item is found, users can create a new ingredient in the database.
When an existing ingredient is updated, a .exl file with the old ingredient information is archived in the attachments section of the ingredient, and any recipe the ingredient is used in.
“For the Genesis R&D user, this means that supplier ingredient not only stays up to date, but users will have a record of previous ingredient and recipe versions should they ever get audited,” said Josh Luth, Software Development Manager. “Plus, using TraceGains greatly improves data accuracy, and reduces errors and duplicate entries.”
About ESHA Research
ESHA Research, founded in 1981, offers a variety of nutritional analysis and label development solutions to ensure regulatory compliance. Our software programs and databases have been used all over the world, by food manufacturers, educational facilities, restaurants, healthcare facilities, and other industry institutions for nutrient analysis, labeling, product development, and more. In addition, ESHA Research offers software and regulatory compliance consulting and label-generation services.
TraceGains is a rapidly growing software company, delivering a sophisticated suite of products for food, beverage, and CPG companies. TraceGains solutions empower our customers to satisfy compliance with regulations and industry standards such as FSMA, GFSI, and HACCP/HARPC, without the need for additional staff.
At the heart of TraceGains is a robust platform that enables companies to automate and optimize their processes through instant information sharing and collaboration between supply chain partners, which saves time and improves food safety and quality. Learn more about TraceGains products at http://www.tracegains.com. Follow TraceGains on Twitter @TraceGains.