iFood Top 20 Most Promising Technology Solution Providers in Food & Beverage for 2017
CIO Review Food & Beverages Special
March 10, 2017
iFoodDecisionSciences, offers cloud-based products that enable the produce industry to maintain an accesible electronic database and underlying analytics for regulatory compliance and process improvements.
“With our Toolbox applications, employees spend fewer hours reviewing food safety reports for compliance and more time analysing the results and trends, thereby enhancing product quality and the ability to manage food safety risks at the operational level."
Company designs software to streamline food safety data for growers, processors
Farmers and Consumers Market Bulletin, Georgia Department of Agriculture
September 14, 2016
iFoodDecisionSciences provides data management software to growers, harvesters, coolers, packers, processors and shippers. Whether in the field or in a facility, collecting and managing data is time-consuming. iFood’s solutions allow users to conduct field and facility tests and assessments in real-time and one time.
“We are committed to simplifying the burdensome task of collecting, documenting and managing data required of today’s fruit and vegetable producers,” said Diane Wetherington, CEO of iFoodDecisionSciences. “Our goal is to put our customers in control of their data so they can get back to the business of producing food."
Food Safety Data: Anytime, Anywhere
Western Grower & Shipper magazine
Providing real-time food safety data at your fingertips is just one part of iFoodDecisionSciences’ business model.
“Our team’s passion to serve the industry, our dedication to helping our clients deliver their produce in a safe and timely manner is above and beyond,” said Diane Wetherington, CEO of iFoodDecisionSciences.
WGA plants high tech center in America's salad bowl
Western Farm Press
April 8, 2016
The new Western Growers Center for Innovation and Technology (WGCIT), which opened late last year at Salinas, Calif., is a technology incubator aimed at bringing innovative entrepreneurs together with farmers to facilitate creative solutions to the biggest challenges facing agriculture.
Resident companies in the WGCIT include:
iFoodDecisionSciences — a company that provides flexible food safety software applications for the specialty crop industry.
Data report cards for growers, processors
March 23, 2016
A Seattle-based software company is helping growers and processors save time and money by making data collection and analysis easier.
iFoodDecisionSciences was among the first companies to join the Western Growers Innovation and Technology Center in Salinas.
iFoodDecisonSciences puts together software “tool boxes” for growers and processors. These can be used on computers and mobile devices. They basically eliminate the need to write data down on paper and input it into a computer. The software also helps agriculture firms analyze the data.
When E. coli becomes a business opportunity
Wall Street Journal
May 14, 2015
Dozens of companies are sprouting to help U.S. food makers tackle a wave of new federal safety regulations and intensified enforcement of the nation’s food laws. “Food companies are hungry for help right now,” said Diane Wetherington, chief executive of Seattle-based
“Food companies are hungry for help right now,” said Diane Wetherington, chief executive of Seattle-based iFoodDecisionSciences, which sells mobile applications that enable food producers and processors to collect and analyze data to prevent disease outbreaks and product recalls.
iFoodDecisionSciences, which sells mobile applications that enable food producers and processors to collect and analyze data to prevent disease outbreaks and product recalls.
Mobile app evolve, empowering managers and employees in the food supply chain
Food Logistics magazine
June 25, 2015
One of the most revolutionary aspects of mobile management is its level of worker empowerment. It is a form of automation that can enhance rather than compromise personalization in the work place.
Church Brothers Produce Inc., a grower, processor and retailer based in Salinas, Calif., has found cloud-based mobile enterprise systems deliver a number of benefits, says Drew McDonald, vice president of the company’s quality, food safety and regulatory affairs.
McDonald gives high marks to both Go Spot Check and iFoodDecisionSciences for taking into account the way a grower operates. Both software systems streamline the processes for documentation, filing and exporting data to other programs. “They’re very appropriate for what we’re trying to do,” he says.