Agenda

Monday, September 14th

Virtual reCONNECT Welcome and Training Day
Tracks: General Sessions, Customer Sessions, and Supplier Sessions

12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST
General Sessions

Welcome to Virtual reCONNECT 2020!

Sean O'Leary
CEO
FoodLogiQ

Katy Jones
Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer
FoodLogiQ

Live Session

Join us for the opening ceremony as Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer Katy Jones kicks off our 3rd annual reCONNECT event. Then stay tuned as CEO Sean O’Leary shares insights about our changing industry and how the technology and food safety visionaries of today will be the industry leaders of tomorrow.

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EST
General Sessions

Keynote: John Keogh, Founder and Managing Principal of Shantalla, Inc.

John G. Keogh
Founder and Managing Principal
Shantalla, Inc.

Live Session

Industry expert and keynote visionary John Keogh explores how food transparency and trust play a critical role in the success of any organization.

On-Demand: Monday, September 14th

Customer Sessions: Beginner Track

Connect 101 – Basics

Michael Blake
Implementation Specialist
FoodLogiQ

On-Demand

Learn what a community is and how to set up community requirements using product types and location types.

Lessons:
(1) What is a Community?
(2) Requirements (concept, business level, groups)
(3) Product Types
(4) Location Types
(5) Hands-on FoodLogiQ Connect Activity

Customer Sessions: Beginner Track

Connect 201 – Basics

Emma Killough
Implementation Specialist
FoodLogiQ

On-Demand

Learn how to set up business requirements including Document Types and Assessment Templates to support the onboarding process. Once onboarding has begun, let’s do a review of monitoring as a Community Owner and steps to complete To-Do List tasks as a Supplier.

Lessons:
(1) Document Types
(2) Assessment Templates
(3) Supplier To-Dos
(4) Hands-on FoodLogiQ Connect Activity

Customer Sessions: Beginner Track

Requirements – Diving Deeper

Jared Burkholder
Implementation Specialist
FoodLogiQ

On-Demand

Learn how to generate To-Do List requirements based on products, locations or businesses. Build response-driven document/assessment requirements based on attributes at the product/location level. Learn how to address common supplier questions.

Lessons:
(1) Assigning Requirements to Trigger To-Dos for Suppliers
(2) Best Practices to Consider When Configuring Supplier Requirements
(3) Addressing Common Supplier To-Do List Questions
(4) Hands-on FoodLogiQ Connect Activity

Customer Sessions – Beginner Track

Incidents 101

Michael Blake
Implementation Specialist
FoodLogiQ

On-Demand

We’ll share handy techniques based on successful incident management program roll-outs to increase reporting adoption. You’ll also get training on how to utilize incident type features to streamline processes, such as enabling auto-change, configuring due date reminders, and customizing email notifications.

Lessons:
(1) Incidents – Why would you use; common examples
(2) Incidents – Unique use cases
(3) Incident Type Setup – fields and flow
(4) Incidents on Mobile
(5) Importing Mock Incidents
(6) Strategies to Increase Adoption
(7) Hands-on FoodLogiQ Connect Activity

Customer Sessions – Beginner Track

Supplier Management – Basics

Jared Burkholder
Implementation Specialist
FoodLogiQ

On-Demand

Learn how to simplify your onboarding process and ensure your onboarding success.

Lessons:
(1) Onboarding with Workflows/Requirements
(2) Communication with Suppliers
(3) Monitor and Closing Workflows
(4) Hands-on FoodLogiQ Connect Activity

Customer Sessions – Beginner Track

Reporting Basics

Michael Blake
Implementation Specialist
FoodLogiQ

On-Demand

Learn how to generate reports in Connect, Save/Share Views, and export data out of Connect for offline analysis.

Lessons:
(1) Reporting in Connect
(2) Creating and Saving Views
(3) Exporting Reports for Offline Analysis

Customer Sessions – Advanced Track

Ongoing Account Management Best Practices

Jared Burkholder
Implementation Specialist
FoodLogiQ

On-Demand

Learn how to best maintain your Connect account. Topics include maintenance tasks, inactivation and archiving of supplier data, in addition to monitoring best practices.

Lessons:
(1) Recipe for Success
(2) Account Maintenance Tasks
(3) Product/Location Approval Flows
(4) Document Notifications
(5) Inactivating/Archiving Data
(6) Hands-on FoodLogiQ Connect Activity

Customer Sessions – Advanced Track

Underutilized Features

Jared Burkholder
Implementation Specialist
FoodLogiQ

On-Demand

This session will highlight features you may not be using, like Dashboard Widgets, Document Tagging, Assessment Scheduling, and Supply Chain Configuration.

Lessons:
(1) Dashboards
(2) Document Tagging
(3) Assessment Scheduling
(4) Supply Chain Configuration
(5) Hands-on FoodLogiQ Connect Activity

Customer Sessions – Advanced Track

Reporting + Tracking using Custom and Private Attributes

Courtney Cucchiara
Implementation Team Lead
FoodLogiQ

On-Demand

Find out how community owners can track specific information for products and locations that are shared by their community members. This session will review the different types of attributes available on Product Types and Location Types, as well as discuss best practices and walk through some hands-on examples.

Lessons:
(1) Types of Attributes to Consider for Reporting
(2) Bulk Editing Attributes
(3) Building Sample reports
(4) Hands-on FoodLogiQ Connect Activity

Supplier Sessions

The Need for Speed

Todd Dolinsky
Chief Product Officer
FoodLogiQ

On-Demand

Are you spending too much time onboarding? FoodLogiQ Connect dashboard shortcuts can help. Learn how to:

  • Accelerate onboarding in a community
  • Easily fulfill common tasks like adding users, or sharing products and locations
  • Complete To-Do lists

This streamlined experience will help you understand easier and clearer ways to complete the tasks that need to be accomplished. Don’t miss out!

Supplier Sessions

Sharing One to Many

Oliver Davis
Customer Success Associate
FoodLogiQ

On-Demand

Adding and sharing products with a FoodLogiQ Connect Community is as simple as 1-2-3! Learn how to provide information on Products, Locations, Assessments, and Documents; tips on time-saving techniques, the benefits of being a member in multiple communities, and so much more. Sharing your information with other communities in FoodLogiQ Connect can help you both!

Supplier Sessions

Track and Trace 101

Julie McGill
VP of Supply Chain Strategy and Insights
FoodLogiQ

On-Demand

FoodLogiQ’s Track + Trace platform stitches together product and ingredient events at the batch-lot level across the supply chain. As a supplier, we’ll teach you the basics of traceability data exchange including:

  • Generating GS1-128 compliant case labels
  • Creating critical tracking events
  • Sharing products and locations with your trading partners
  • Finding an event data loading method that meets your needs
  • Reviewing your data in our powerful Events tool
Supplier Sessions

Responding to Incidents

Todd Dolinsky
Chief Product Officer
FoodLogiQ

On-Demand

With FoodLogiQ, gone are the missed phone calls and digging through emails to find and resolve Incident reports. This training will show you:

  • How to work with incident notifications in your inbox
  • Where to view the status of an incident
  • How to respond and proceed in the incident’s workflow
Supplier Sessions

Bulking Up

Troy Coll
Technical Support Specialist
FoodLogiQ

On-Demand

If you have been invited to join a FoodLogiQ Connect Community by one of your customers, you will likely need to share your product information as one of their requirements. If you have many products, why not try using our import template to add them in bulk? There’s no need to reinvent the wheel when importing your data; this user-friendly functionality allows you to save time and keystrokes while satisfying your customers’ documentation needs.

Supplier Sessions

Connecting to Connect

Stuart Schafer
Technical Support Specialist
FoodLogiQ

Derick Workman
Sr. Product Manager
FoodLogiQ

On-Demand

The benefits of FoodLogiQ Integrations are many, as they enable thousands of trading partner relationships to exchange data, information, files and documents. Integrations also lead to:

  • Time-saving and simplified processes
  • Enhanced communication and collaboration
  • Improved productivity
  • Increased data accuracy

Learn more about gettings started with FoodLogiQ Integrations including submitting data with API, FTP, and EDI.

Supplier Sessions

You Asked, We Answered: Top Questions from Suppliers

Christa Brice
Technical Support Team Lead
FoodLogiQ

On-Demand

Technical Support Team Lead Christa Brice will answer top questions we get asked by suppliers navigating the FoodLogiQ Connect platform. Learn about user roles and permissions, designating contacts, as well as the impact this has on on notifications.

Support: Monday, September 14th

Customer Sessions

reCONNECT Customer Support

Ongoing

Do you have a question or need clarification about one of the FoodLogiQ trainings? Schedule an appointment via Calendly with a member of our Customer Success team at a time that is convenient for you throughout the conference week.

Supplier Sessions

reCONNECT Supplier Support

Ongoing

FoodLogiQ support will be available throughout the duration of reCONNECT so suppliers can send questions about training day content.

Tuesday, September 15th

Industry Talks and Intro to FoodLogiQ Connect
Tracks: General Sessions, Guest Sessions

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EST
Guest Sessions

Introduction to FoodLogiQ Connect

Bryan Cohn
Food Safety Solution Engineer
FoodLogiQ

Live Session

Bryan Cohn, Food Safety Solution Engineer, will take guests on a guided tour of the FoodLogiQ Connect platform, products, and features, including:

  • Manage + Monitor: See how templates are created in seconds
  • Track + Trace: Learn how tracking events are created in our system
  • Recall + Response: an interactive experience with lively volunteer participation featuring a live recall

On-Demand: Tuesday, September 15th

General Sessions

Making the Case for Traceability: Sweetgreen’s Response to a Produce Crisis

Robin Kalsbeek
Supply Chain R&D Manager
sweetgreen

On-Demand

The food industry experienced major setbacks in 2018 and 2019 with an ongoing series of E.coli outbreaks due to contaminated romaine lettuce. The lack of provenance was a source of frustration for restaurants and retailers, as well as consumers. In this session, Robin Kalsbeek will recount sweetgreen’s response to the romaine lettuce recalls and the role FoodLogiQ Connect played in helping to protect their customers and their brand.

General Sessions

Red Lobster: Seafood with Standards

Dennis Price
Director of Total Quality and Food Safety
Red Lobster

On-Demand

In the world of restaurant supply chain, we all crave visibility, data accessibility, and traceability; without that valuable insight, it’s extremely difficult to make informed business decisions. On the other hand, when you have a clear, big-picture view of your suppliers and processes, you can save time and money while delivering on your brand promise. Join Dennis Price as he shares Red Lobster’s approach to onboarding suppliers, training internal teams, and preparing inspector teams to use FoodLogiQ Connect’s mobile functionality while they do business in China, India, Vietnam, Chile, Canada, and other supplier locations.

General Sessions

Oracle & FoodLogiQ: Creating a Connected Food Tech Stack

Doug Macdonald
Business Development Manager, Retail Brand Compliance
Oracle

Chris Adams
VP of Food and Beverage
Oracle

Katy Jones
Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer
FoodLogiQ

On-Demand

The food supply chain contains more data than ever but much of it is locked in disparate systems and spreadsheets. How can the industry make best use of that information to make quicker, efficient and ultimately safer decisions for consumers? During this panel discussion, hear more on how the food industry is poised to connect systems from ingredient management to Point-of-Sale and move quicker to remove tainted product when it matters most.

General Sessions

Compass Group: Opening Doors and Breaking Down Barriers

Kevin List
Project Manager, Contract Data
Compass Group

On-Demand

When you’re the largest contract foodservice company in the world, managing over 3,000 suppliers and tens of thousands of products can be a mammoth undertaking. Kevin List will share Compass Group’s technology journey from the use of a manual supplier management system to FoodLogiQ Connect. Learn how Connect has transformed QA’s relationship with FoodBuy — the company’s purchasing arm — and streamlined their processes for a seamless supplier onboarding.

General Sessions

First Watch: An EGGS-clusive Case Study in Recall Management

Jasmine Hagan
Senior Manager of Quality Assurance
First Watch

Jared Burkholder
Implementation Specialist
FoodLogiQ

On-Demand

Implementing a new software initiative is both scary and exciting. During this session, Jared Burkholder and Jasmine Hagan will tag-team to provide insights from the chain’s launch of Recall + Response, explaining the company’s key success metrics, lessons learned, and the next steps for First Watch’s recall management roadmap.

General Sessions

Incident Management During Crisis: How Dine Brands Responded to COVID-19

Jason Brown
Quality Assurance Specialist
Dine Brands

Kirstin Meyerhoeffer
Product Marketing Manager
FoodLogiQ

On-Demand

The COVID-19 pandemic has launched a wave of unprecedented change across the food supply chain. During this crisis, organizations throughout the food industry have been forced to pivot quickly, adapt and adopt new strategies to mitigate risk and support business continuity. Many FoodLogiQ customers have leveraged Connect in innovative ways to respond to the crisis, maintain SOPs and uphold the safety of employees and consumer. Join Quality Assurance Specialist Jason Brown to learn how Dine Brands Global has utilized quality incident management functionality with FoodLogiQ Connect’s Manage + Monitor solution to manage and report on their COVID-19 response.

General Sessions

reCONNECT Keynote with Sean O’Leary and John Keogh

Sean O'Leary
CEO
FoodLogiQ

John G. Keogh
Founder & Managing Principal
Shantalla Inc.

On-Demand

Did you miss the Virtual reCONNECT Keynote? Fear not! The entire opening session will be made available as an on-demand session. CEO Sean O’Leary shares insights about our changing industry and how the technology visionaries of today will be the leaders of tomorrow, and industry expert and keynote visionary John Keogh explores how food transparency and trust play a critical role in the success of any organization.

Wednesday, September 16th

Virtual reCONNECT Roundtable Discussions
Tracks: Customer Sessions

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EST

Live Roundtable Discussions

Customer Sessions

The Future of Traceability

Julie McGill
VP of Supply Chain Strategy and Insights
FoodLogiQ

Karil L. Kochenderfer
Principal
LINKAGES

Melanie Nuce
Senior Vice President, Corporate Development
GS1 US

Live Discussion

The FDA’s 2019 launch of the New Era of Smarter Food Safety sparked a chorus of conversation about the importance of end-to-end traceability throughout the food system. Since that time, many industry stakeholders have begun evaluating their product tracking methods and taking a closer look at their ability to respond to food recalls and withdrawals in a timely and accurate manner. During this session, we’ll discuss the changing regulatory landscape in light of the FDA’s Strategic Blueprint, the need for increased usage of food safety technologies, and why research, innovation and collaboration will be the key to protecting the world’s food supply.

Customer Sessions

The Evolving Landscape of Direct to Consumer

Katy Jones
Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer
FoodLogiQ

Brian Powers
Cofounder & CEO
TemperPack

Live Discussion

The way consumers are purchasing food is changing—not merely in terms of when and where they are buying groceries or meals, but how they are engaging with the industry. Consumers are living in an on-demand world. Whether it’s buying food products, consuming media or purchasing clothing, personalization and convenience have become the building blocks of a winning customer experience. The coronavirus crisis has only accelerated direct to consumer trends, with many segments of the public learning how to engage with digital channels for the first time ever, and social distancing providing significant barriers to in-person shopping experiences. During this roundtable, TemperPack’s CEO Brian Powers will join FoodLogiQ’s Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer Katy Jones in discussing how to best prepare and leverage this shifting market.

Customer Sessions

Working with Suppliers in the New Normal

Whitney Sewell
Managed Services Lead
FoodLogiQ

Randy Singh
Senior Associate, Supplier Quality
The Hain Celestial Group

Hailey Borowczyk
Supplier Quality Analyst
The Hain Celestial Group

Anureet Sethi
Supplier Quality Analyst
The Hain Celestial Group

Lauren Giron
Senior Manager of Supplier Quality
The Hain Celestial Group

Live Discussion

Social-distancing, the Coronavirus and COVID-19 are three new phrases now permanently etched into our vocabulary. For suppliers, the effects of this global pandemic have been many: panic buying that resulted in increased demands on production, lack of labor availability, price increases, and challenges in getting ingredients, just to name a few. So what have we learned from this crisis, and how will our processes evolve in the future? Join us as we investigate the systemic weaknesses in our supply chain, the renewed focus on contingency planning, and how the relationship between suppliers and their customers will forever be changed.

Customer Sessions

The Role of Food Safety Culture in the Food System

Kirstin Meyerhoeffer
Product Marketing Manager
FoodLogiQ

Britanny Saunier
Director of Development
Partnership for Food Safety Education

Live Discussion

In today’s marketplace, building a strong culture of food safety within your organization is paramount. But merely talking about food safety at an occasional meeting or conference is one thing. During this roundtable we will discuss the less visible cultural forces that help shape and propel food safety innovation. The Partnership for Food Safety Education’s Development Director Britanny Saunier and FoodLogiQ’s Product Marketing Manager Kirstin Meyerhoeffer will be leading a dialogue on the state of food safety culture in the industry, how to build coalitions around stronger food safety culture, as well as strategies for influencing the behavior and beliefs that elevate the status of smarter food safety within your organization.

4:00 PM – 5:00 PM EST

Live Roundtable Discussions

Customer Sessions

The Current State of Traceability: Where are we now and where are we going?

Kathy Ramos
GS1 Traceability Project Manager
IPC/Subway

Julie McGill
VP of Supply Chain Strategy and Insights
FoodLogiQ

Jeanne Duckett
Senior Manager of Transparency and Traceability Technology
Avery Dennison

Live Discussion

Food traceability has taken significant steps forward in the last decade, with standards adoption increasing at a healthy clip and new technologies enabling greater visibility into complex food systems. During this session, we’ll discuss the current state of traceability within the food industry, in addition to the changing regulatory landscape in light of the FDA’s Strategic Blueprint, the need for increased usage of food safety technologies, and why research, innovation and collaboration will be the key to protecting the world’s food supply. Changes will need to be adopted to keep up with the future for food traceability. In addition, hear how companies are seeing value through their traceability programs.

Customer Sessions

Streamlining Withdrawal Management and Execution

Victoria Goss
Team Leader and Project Manager of the Food Safety Process Improvement Team
Whole Foods Market

Jonathan Barnes
Product Owner
FoodLogiQ

Live Discussion

Food recalls are a fact of life in the food industry, and they can happen for a variety of reasons. Whether it’s a quality or packaging problem or a food-safety issue, it’s imperative to act in a timely and efficient manner. Join us for a deep-dive discussion on how FoodLogiQ’s Recall + Response can enable you to streamline your processes, automatically engage your teams and your leadership during an event, and better serve and protect your customers and your business.

Customer Sessions

Supplier Transparency as Part of Branding

Katy Jones
Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer
FoodLogiQ

Lauren Scott
Chief Strategy and Membership Officer
PMA

Live Discussion

Food transparency is the most important driver of consumer trust; if a brand is living authentically, transparency should be easy and rewarding — not something to fear. These days businesses are increasingly looking inward to their mission, vision and values, and asking the important question of “Why?” in order to resonate with their customers and to build long-term relationships with them. As consumer confidence and priorities change in light of COVID-19, so should your business strategies. What might have worked as an on-brand marketing strategy before the pandemic hit could be tone-deaf or miss the mark in what has become a changed industry. In this session, we’ll explore:

  • What is your brand’s “Why?” and what role does food transparency play in your business?
  • The importance of understanding what your customers want, whether it’s safe food, a consistent dining experience, or the connections they make with the individuals on your team
  • How food safety and quality assurance professionals can collaborate cross-functionally to help foster a culture of food transparency for their brand
Customer Sessions

The ABCs of APIs

Rima Issa
Business Process Improvement Analyst
Whole Foods Market

Nick Castro
Sr. Business Analyst, Global Quality Assurance
Whole Foods Market

Todd Dolinsky
Chief Product Officer
FoodLogiQ

Live Discussion

APIs are transforming the world around us. Also known as an Application Programming Interface, an API is a software-to-software interface that enables two applications to exchange data back and forth. Each time we use an app like Facebook, send an instant message, or check the weather on our phone, we’re using an API. But why are APIs important to the food industry? Simply put, companies that use APIs empower their customers to design and tailor their own dining or shopping experience, whether they’re navigating a restaurant menu or creating an online grocery list. In this session, we’ll talk about the value of APIs and why they are crucial for business success in today’s post-COVID-19 world.

Customer Sessions

The Reinvention of the Restaurant

Bruce Reinstein
Partner
Kinetic12

Anna Ploegh
Digital Marketing Manager
FoodLogiQ

Live Discussion

The restaurant industry has been hit particularly hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, with major city lockdowns and continued social distancing putting unprecedented pressure on dine-in businesses. Join Kinetic12’s Bruce Reinstein and FoodLogiQ’s Anna Ploegh for a discussion on the future of the restaurant in the “New Normal.” From novel consumer behaviors and expectations, to forging stronger operator-manufacturer relationships, this roundtable will tackle the ways restaurant operators and brands can adopt a forward-looking approach to solving the acute challenges brought on by the COVID-19 health crisis. Learn how restaurants can survive and thrive in the New Normal.

Thursday, September 17th

Industry Talks and Annual Fundraiser
Tracks: General Sessions

7:30 PM – 9:00 PM EST
General Sessions

Fundraiser: Low-Key, Gnocchi Virtual Cooking Class

Jill Santa-Lucia
President and CEO
Catering Works

Live Fundraiser Event

Each year FoodLogiQ hosts a fundraising activity to support our local Food Bank. This year, we’re excited to host our first virtual fundraiser to help address a number of issues in our local community. reCONNECT attendees are invited to register for a virtual cooking class, which will be held on Wednesday, September 16, 2020, with Jill Santa-Lucia, President and CEO of Catering Works! Admittance to the class will be donation-based.

On-Demand: Thursday, September 17th

General Sessions

RFID: A Case Study with Avery Dennison and Zebra Technologies

Amy Awe
Market Development Manager
Avery Dennison

Susan Flake
Director of RFID Business Development
Zebra Technologies

On-Demand

With higher consumer experience expectations and razor-thin profit margins, the entire food industry is challenged to find ways to drive improved and accurate traceability. RFID – Radio Frequency Identification – now plays a key role in that task. Avery Dennison and Zebra Technologies will discuss their ongoing RFID collaboration, sharing insights on:

  • How assigning and capturing standardized data will be foundational to faster, more efficient and more precise supply chains;
  • Reducing costs associated to labor, exception processing and food waste;
  • Why automating the capture of cartons or items means improved visibility and inventory management, as well as swift reaction to any withdrawal scenario
General Sessions

The Tidalwave of Technology and What It Means for the Future of Food

Lucelena Angarita
Director of Supply Chain Systems & Standards
IPC/Subway

Julie McGill
VP of Supply Chain Strategy and Insights
FoodLogiQ

On-Demand

Change is hard, but it’s not always a bad thing. 2020 has been a year of unprecedented change for the food industry, and we’ve all had to learn how to adapt in how we work and live. Companies have evolved faster and become more nimble than ever before, and transparency has become paramount for successful business operations. Join Lucelena Angarita and Julie McGill as they discuss the state of food traceability, as well as other key industry topics, including:

  • The FDA’s New Era of Smarter Food Safety
  • Interoperability Proof of Concept: Traceability data exchange
  • GS1 Standards: EDI, EPCIS json, temperature monitoring
  • Industry Initiatives: GDST, PTI, Leafy Greens Task Force
  • Use of advanced data carriers: Data Matrix, RFID”
General Sessions

GS1 Standards: Creating More Agile and Adaptable Supply Chains

Ryan Richard
VP of Community Engagement
GS1 US

On-Demand

In the year ahead, new regulations and consumer demand for traceability and transparency will have a major impact on food companies. As recent events have shown us, brands and retailers with digitized data and a framework based on GS1 Standards are able to more swiftly adapt to evolving consumer needs and conduct food traceability programs with greater efficiency long term. In this session, Ryan Richard of GS1 US will discuss the critical role of GS1 Standards for industry-wide collaboration on supply chain visibility and will highlight recent examples from the pandemic that could indicate a long term shift in the way the food supply chain works together for better resilience.

General Sessions

Planning Your Work and Working Your Plan

Bryna Wortham
Global Quality Assurance
Whole Foods Market

Victoria Goss
Team Leader and Project Manager of the Food Safety Process Improvement Team
Whole Foods Market

On-Demand

Bryna Wortham and Victoria Goss will explain how their team intricately weaves FoodLogiQ into their annual strategic planning, based on their corporate initiatives and how FoodLogiQ can help them meet their business goals. Hear how Whole Foods Market measures and evaluates initial planning against actual accomplishments. This session will feature 3 key wins from 2019.

General Sessions

Active Managerial Control: Protecting Your Customers and Your Brand

Eric Moore
Director of Food Safety and Regulatory Compliance
Testo Solutions

Patrick McGrath
VP of Solution Sales
Testo Solutions

On-Demand

Active Managerial Control (AMC) is a comprehensive food safety system that includes operators and staff who are knowledgeable about food safety issues, and are responsible for controlling practices and procedures that contribute to foodborne illness. At its core, AMC helps businesses gain control over their risk factors and build a safe food experience for their customers. Eric Moore and Patrick McGrath will explore how digital food safety systems contribute to the success of AMC, providing a level of real-time visibility that truly embodies a preventive rather than reactive approach to operational food safety.

Friday, September 18th

Conference Closing 
Tracks: General Sessions

On-Demand: Friday, September 18th

General Sessions

Virtual reCONNECT 2020: Lasting Thoughts and Conference Closure

Katy Jones
Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer
FoodLogiQ

On-Demand

As we close the books on this year’s gathering, please join FoodLogiQ Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer Katy Jones for a recap of the week’s activities, connections and collaboration. Following the conference closure, all presentations and content will be made available.