ZAG Technical Services Shares Insights on Technology in Food Industry; Greg Gatzke and Thuan Ngo Detail
SAN JOSE, CA - ZAG Technical Services (ZAG) is continuing to bolster the food industry with its latest release. The award-winning IT consulting firm announced the release of “How Technology Will Change the Food Industry in 2024 and Beyond,” an informational white paper outlining the many ways technology plays a vital role in shaping food industry workflows, today and beyond.
“Looking ahead, it is imperative that our industry recognizes that technology is the new farming input,” remarked Greg Gatzke, President. “Technology enables our teams to deliver more value, and when used in tandem with the application of strategic data insights, we can transform how people conduct business and create opportunities for a competitive advantage.”
Technology continues to advance at a rapid pace, and the food and agriculture industry has always benefited from this development. New business demands such as labor and water shortages, increased ESG realities, and global reaching policy and market realities create more demand for newer tech—and ZAG can help in this area.
“As the food industry reflects on their opportunities to grow, it is important for them to see the value of technology and data as a tool for providing competitive advantage,” stated Thuan Ngo, Vice President of Data and Software Services. “The reality is, companies that are growing have leaders that recognize the value of their data and its power to help them not just compete, but outperform and outpace the competition.”
The release noted in the white paper how investments in technology can lend to business growth while alleviating some physically demanding, labor-intensive, and repetitive tasks. Investment in data systems can provide business opportunities to accelerate business growth, while also upskilling and optimizing the existing labor force.
The digital era is actively advancing agriculture and the food and beverage industries thanks to new developments in artificial intelligence and enhanced automation. Quality and safety remain a priority, and the rapid evolution of AI technology is yielding improvements in areas of waste, maintenance, food safety, production planning, and customer intelligence.
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