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Mike Hutson

Mike Hutson

Mike Hutson is the Solutions Architect at SYSPRO Canada. Mike brings years of valuable expertise and experience in the food production industry, strengthening value to the industry-specific customer-base. He also brings a strong consulting background, with skills in Requirements Analysis, Enterprise Software, Systems Engineering, Team Building, and Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). Mike leverages his skillset as well as his ability to perform C-Level business requirements analysis through to implementation of plant floor manufacturing execution systems to design optimized business solutions for customers.

Posts by Mike Hutson

Are These 9 Hidden Costs Eating Away at your F&B Business’s Profitability?

Reading Time: 9 minutes There are good surprises and there are bad surprises – like discovering that, somewhere in your food and beverage manufacturing …

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How Canadian Manufacturers can Fuel Growth with Government Grants and Incentives

Reading Time: 5 minutes COVID-19 caused manufacturers to quickly enact their business continuity plans – and has stretched company leaders to innovate and revise …

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Why Food Manufacturers Shouldn’t Ignore Compliance Automation

Reading Time: 5 minutes We can all agree on the importance of food safety. We want to trust that the food we put on …

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Consumers are Driving the Demand for Digital Manufacturing through Customization

Reading Time: 3 minutes With a focus on smart factories and digital manufacturing, Canadian Manufacturers must change their business model (including manufacturing processes from …

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3 Reasons Why Food and Beverage Manufacturers Benefit from Digitalized Operations

Reading Time: 4 minutes Digital transformation is the latest trend, and for good reason. Being a successful food or beverage manufacturer in 2019 is …

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Digitalizing to Improve Your Food and Beverage Traceability Plan

Reading Time: 4 minutes Concepts like Industry 4.0 are rapidly transforming Canadian manufacturing, but the food and beverage sector has been slower to adapt …

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