Gartner Research

Supply Chain Brief: Employ Data Governance to Enhance Food Traceability

Published: 22 May 2017

ID: G00328237

Analyst(s): Christian Titze , Andrew Stevens


Supply chain traceability allows food products and their ingredients to be tracked and verified, helping establish foundations for robust compliance and safety requirements. CSCOs can use the case study in this research to employ data governance practices and enhance specification traceability.

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What You Need to Know


  • Case Study: How Improved Data Governance Helped One Company Improve Food Safety

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