Format Solutions announced two new products, iNTRAC and iNDIGO Labels, as part of its iNDIGO formulation software suite, alongside a new version of iNDIGO.
According to Format Solutions, the iNTRAC product is a tool used for archiving the full history of product formulas, along with associated data used in creating formulas. Using a simple approach that fits into the formulation process, iNTRAC ensures that companies are provided with a secure dataset focused on supporting their quality parameters:
* Support internal and external auditing requirements and quality procedures;
* Analyze trends and perform data analytics on formulation data history, and
* Enhance traceability within the organization and production process.
The second product, iNDIGO Labels, brings a fresh approach to the often-complex requirement to generate accurate legal declarations for the content of manufactured feed, the company said. iNDIGO Labels provides easy-to-use features for defining label content, including ingredient listing, feeding statements and medication details. Declarations are quickly generated based on iNDIGO formulas. Presentation and printing includes design tools providing fully flexible formatting options along with graphics, logos and bar codes.
iNTRAC and iNDIGO Labels add capabilities to the core iNDIGO formulation system, continuing Format Solutions’ vision to build valuable software, based on customer needs. For further details on these products and more, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Format Solutions is Cargill’s feed and food software business, focused on optimizing animal nutrition through a connected digital solution. Driven by Cargill’s mission to nourish the world, Format Solutions operates as a separate and distinct business and leverages its organizational knowledge and expertise in animal nutrition as well as mill and farm operations to help customers grow their business.
Format Solutions has more than 100 employees in Minnesota; Farnborough, U.K., and a number of other office locations around the world.