TraQtion is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) tool aimed at helping track compliance and risk across suppliers, products and sites for food and beverage retailers and manufacturers.
It can be used as a stand-alone compliance system or combined with NSF International services.
NSF International said over the next three years it will continue its multi-million dollar investment in TraQtion to expand functionality.
TraQtion uses client thresholds and requirements to determine risk levels for suppliers, products and sites.
Using these thresholds, it alerts clients of higher-risk profile suppliers, products and sites for quick follow-up actions, which helps protect consumers and the client’s brand.
Jeremy Whinnett, regional director of TraQtion, said organisations across the supply chain in the UK and Europe can have the success that clients have had in the US.
“The numerous data points that food safety and quality organisations need to track to identify if a supplier or product is safe to use can be daunting,” he said.
“TraQtion provides a solution to fit organisations’ current processes and procedures by integrating intelligent scans, evaluations and interpretations of the data. This allows for qualified responses and solutions to any quality or compliance risk that may significantly compromise their business.”