ProcessPro, leading ERP software solution company, announced today the completion of an enhanced API integration with Genesis R&D, the food formulation and labeling software from ESHA Research. As the preferred nutritional labeling partner of ProcessPro’s ERP solutions for over 10 years, the integration provides food and beverage manufacturers the ability to generate Nutrition Facts Panels, ingredient and allergen statements and barcodes that utilize the data housed in the centralized database of the ERP.
“Having a recognized leader in the food and beverage space as a certified partner with ProcessPro is a valuable extension of our solution,” states Daniel Erickson, ProcessPro Product Strategy Manager.
ESHA’s Genesis R&D food formulation and labeling software allows users to automate the creation of compliant product labels, analyze the nutritional content of recipes and formulas and operate in a sandbox environment for new product development. With ESHA’s robust food and nutrition database, the Genesis R&D solution offers over 50 dynamic label formats and layouts to comply with ever-changing government regulations.
ProcessPro and ESHA’s two-way integration capability allows for shared customers to transmit data seamlessly between systems to eliminate dual-data entry. New product development is streamlined through the transferring of nutrient analysis, labels and allergen statement data to the ERP solution. This integration automates the pulling of data from existing recipe formulation / BOM records housed within the ERP to create the nutrition facts label that is then stored within the ERP to ensure accuracy in product packaging. ProcessPro’s revision control functionality assures that the proper nutritional label matches the active formulation and recipe.
“The two-way data migration the API offers makes it easy for users to sync nutritional analysis, recipe records and even labels across a variety of platforms,” said Craig Bennett, CEO of ESHA. “Simplifying information exchange and reducing errors in the process opens up so many possibilities for our clients.”
ESHA Research, founded in 1981, offers a variety of nutritional analysis and label development solutions to ensure regulatory compliance. Their software programs and databases have been used all over the world, by food manufacturers, educational facilities, restaurants, healthcare facilities and other industry institutions for nutrient analysis, labeling, product development and more.