While documenting your product information is a regulatory requirement, having specifications organized in a consistent and complete manner provides many benefits to your business. A finished product specification is the information sheet that documents all of the attributes and information regarding the finished product that you produce in your business. These documents are very important in communicating finished product attributes with your customers and supply chain partners as well as your own food handlers and production personnel.
Product specifications can include many details that impact manufacturing, marketing, R & D, food safety, supply chain, and others. A fully completed product specification helps departments work together like a symphony rather than independent instruments.
When teams are able to contribute important details to the final, completed product specification, critical details are not missed and needed information is communicated to the appropriate parties.
Product specifications must also be incrementally updated. Share-ify assists you, your suppliers, and your customers with creating, managing, updating, and easily sharing detailed specifications with one another in real time.
Version control and document history can all be easily maintained for the benefit of all contributors. Collaborating on new products has never been easier.
Specifications include detailed and basic formats for technical, sales, and packaging specifications. All specifications include the following components: General Information, Shelf Life, Origin & Usage, Ingredient Information, Material Processing Instructions, Customer Processing Instructions, Credence Claims, Certifications, Nutrient, Allergen & Sensitivity Compliance, Hazards, Analytical & Microbiological Details, Packaging, Special Instructions, Images, Product Images, and History.
Managing your product specifications with your supply chain partners has never easier. Subscribers can also receive help from Share-ify in uploading specifications. Your Product Lifecycle Management is now extremely simplified and can occur in in a private cloud, making access available to all parties inside and outside your organization.