What: Free Webinar
When: On Demand Until October 27, 2022
Using Data to Improve Your Food Safety and Quality Program
Knowledge is power, especially in the food industry. There is a reason why today’s most nimble food organizations are digitizing their data and moving towards automation. By relying on automated data—collected and reported digitally—they, in turn, fuel their decision-making capabilities and land ahead of the competition.
Join Katleen Vranckx, bioinformatics product specialist from Applied Maths, for this webinar on digital readiness techniques. Learn how digitizing data can lead to efficiency, better decision-making, higher quality products, and a better bottom-line.
Learn how data can:
- Help your quality and safety team make faster decisions that improve processes
- Minimize human error and bias
- Verify assumptions and identify trends
- Clarify complex problems with multiple variables and influences
Katleen Vranckx, Global Technical Manager – FoodBioinformatics Product Specialist, Applied Maths
Katleen Vranckx joined the Belgium-based Applied Maths team in 2012 after obtaining a Ph.D. in veterinary sciences at Ghent University. As a microbiologist and bioinformatics product specialist, Katleen has worked on improving the BioNumerics software platform based on customer insights and supporting customers to analyze their data with the highest efficiency. She was closely involved in the development of European foodborne disease surveillance networks, involving both pulsed-field gel electrophoresis and whole-genome sequencing. After 8 years of experience in the analysis of whole-genome data, technical customer support, and scientific communication, Katleen joined the bioMérieux industry unit to apply her knowledge of public health strategies to improve food safety in the processing environment.
Moderator: Stacy Atchison, Publisher, Food Safety Magazine