iMIS Food Chain

As a Service , you perform just as well in the worst . With iMIS you can monitor the food situation of all branches in real time, discover in time and anticipate them. You can also provide customers with real-time reports of the visited location.

iMIS Mobile

iMIS Food Chain also works entirely on a phone, in a short time (see attached picture) your entire organization can be managed in real-time on a daily level. An annual is no longer sufficient.

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We are a Food Tech firm in Food Safety Compliance. Experts in setting up and maintaining Food Safety Systems for companies in the Food Supply Chain. We are dedicated to breaking down the barriers for Transparency and Trust in the Global Food Supply Chain.
In our Partnership Program we would like to work together with (Non)Governmental Organizations, Universities, Multinationals and Food companies.

iMIS Food is a fully equipped Food Safety Compliance platform. Unique is the installation of an iMIS Food server at the Food company, for online and offline availability. The online (no travel costs) iMIS Food implementation process includes 6 to 10 days of support and has a lead time of 3 months.

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