Published Articles and Papers
Heeding the Call for Real-Time Cradle-to-Grave Traceability Food recalls continue to climb at a skyrocketing pace. Linda Bryan’s expert column for Refrigerated and Frozen Foods Magazine discusses how real-time cradle-to-grave traceability can protect you before, when and after a food recall actually happens.
GFSI, ERP Integration Helps Ensure Food Safety Compliance Linda Bryan’s in-depth article for Food Quality & Safety Magazine discusses the benefits of real-time GFSI integration from a compliance perspective and explores how GFSI can increase productivity, minimize risk and lower safety audit costs.
Food Processors: Are You Prepared for a Recall? This new article, co-authored by Doug Renfro of Renfro Foods, was recently featured on FoodProcessing.com. Doug and his co-author, Steve Kronenberg, offer background information about recalls, as well as six tips to prepare for a recall.
Benefits of Real-Time Traceability, Cradle to Grave Linda Bryan authored this article for Manufacturing.net that describes the benefits of real-time traceability to manufacturers, food processors and distributors, and others. An example from Renfro Foods is explained.
Back to Basics Tamlin integrates Manufacturing Conductor to AccountMate’s financial application, by Robert Scott for Accounting Technology, Inc magazine, 2007.
Keeping Track Linda Bryan helps keep THE food supply safe, by Margaret Allen, Staff Writer for Dallas Business Journal, September, 2006. http://www.bizjournals.com/dallas/stories/2006/10/02/tidbits2.html
How We Improved Our Needs Analysis Methodologies by Using JAD White paper by Linda Bryan, President and CEO of Tamlin Software Developers, Inc.
Safeguarding the Food Chain Retailers take leading role in efforts to thwart bioterrorism, by David P. Schultz for www.lpinformation.com, November 2005.
Scoping the Deal Linda Bryan and George Puentas share their views on what makes a successful business deal from first discussion to implementation, by Richard McCausland for Accounting Technology, May 2003.
Problem Solved – Hiring with Attitude After a string of new employees turned out to be walking disasters, the owner of Tamlin Software devised a better way to interview applicants. By Stacey R. Closser, Staff Writer for the Dallas Business Journal – June, 2000. See original article here http://www.bizjournals.com/dallas/stories/2000/06/19/smallb1.html.
Integrated Solution Leads to Tripled Profits Unable to find the complete system it desired, this company integrated three solutions and got just what it needed. By Gerard Danos, President of Dixie Iron Works, Inc for Midrange ERP, January 2000.
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