Are You Spending Too Much Time on Accounts Receivable Collections?

There’s a solution for that! The AR Collections CodeRunner script in PICS can send an EmFx email or fax for AR Vouchers which are either (a) approaching the due date or (b) past the due date. How great is that! This routine compares the AR Voucher’s Due Date with the system date when it runs.…Read More

What’s New at WaudWare this Month!

This month we’re welcoming Tomavo Inc. of Moncton, New Brunswick as our newest Produce Inventory Control System (PICS) software customer. Tomavo was founded to serve its communities by providing fresh fruit and vegetables every day, working hard to offer the best quality, great variety and affordable prices. The Tomavo team believes Canadians should be able…Read More

Support for Fresh Produce Businesses During COVID-19 and Always!

Produce Industry Update, by F. Charles Waud…  As businesses in the fresh produce industry pivot to deal with the effects of COVID-19, they can be assured of ongoing support from WaudWare and produce marketing associations, such as PMA in the U.S. and CPMA in Canada. The Canadian Produce Marketing Association website offers information and insights…Read More

Great News: A/P Remittance via EmFx now available in PICS!

Did you know that PICS (Produce Inventory Control System software) now has the ability to send AP Remittances (for Canadian Cheque, U.S. Check, EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer) and/or Wire Transfer) via EmFx Regular and EmFx Lite? Learn more about PICS Components and Server Options. For EmFx Lite users You now have the ability to send…Read More

Welcoming Johnny’s Produce in Anchorage, Alaska!

We’re delight to announce a new PICS customer, Johnny’s Produce in Anchorage, Alaska! They have a heartwarming history that you can read about here: https://www.johnnysproduce.com/about Johnny, Ginna and their family offer fresh produce from their local company, The Carrot Company. They’re “bringing something new and different to Alaska”. Welcome to the WaudWare family!

Progress in the Produce Industry

Produce Industry Update, by F. Charles Waud… “Following the success of the initial offering of the CPMA/NSF Canada online Food Safety, Regulatory and Quality Assurance workshops, new workshop dates have been announced. The workshops are specifically targeted toward small, and medium-sized local growers, packers and shippers, however all produce supply chain personnel are welcome and…Read More

Fabulously Refreshing News This Month!

PMA Traceability Webinar The Produce Marketing Association (PMA) hosted a webinar on June 25 on the far-reaching topic of Traceability Solutions. Are you compliant? New traceability regulations were recently released in Canada and are planned for release in the U.S. in September 2020. Once this happens, there will be a legal requirement for all companies…Read More

PICS in a Box Security

Sadly, in the past 2-3 years we have had far too many opportunities to help customers recover from Ransomware and other nasty problems due to Internet usage. Most of our customers feel that the PICS in a Box appliance is one of the most important “pieces of equipment” their business uses. They want it to…Read More

Forward Thinking Fresh Produce Industry Updates

Produce Industry Update, by F. Charles Waud… PTI Announces Significant Improvements to Traceability Guidance. The Canadian Produce Marketing Association (CPMA) published the following on June 25. We are proud to be members of CPMA and the PTI Working Group. Yesterday, the Produce Traceability Initiative (PTI), consisting of CPMA, GS1 US, PMA, and United Fresh, and…Read More

Canadian Produce Industry Updates

Recent CPMA Advocacy Efforts Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, CPMA has continued its efforts to advocate for our industry’s needs and priorities with government and elected officials, including the need for improved employment incentive programs, supports for businesses purchasing Personal Protective Equipment, flexibility in food labelling requirements, and the implementation of a financial protection tool for…Read More