Software Updates for the Fresh Produce Industry

Produce Industry Update, by F. Charles Waud… In the coming weeks, there will be updated guidelines for PTI case labels. We are working on implementing these changes into our Produce Inventory Control System (PICS) software now. If you print PTI case labels, you can get ready for these changes by ensuring that the UPC and…Read More

PICS Enhancements and Produce Industry Update

Produce Industry Update, by F. Charles Waud… The Canadian Produce Marketing Association (CPMA) has developed an extensive resource page for Canadian fresh produce businesses. Follow this link to access information, including a Guide to Government Financial Support due to COVID-19 and the Prime Minister’s announcements regarding additional support for small businesses. Our unwavering commitment to…Read More

Can PICS Help My Business Manage Exchange Rates?

There is a CodeRunner script that can automatically update the exchange rate in PICS. This feature will help you manage the affects of fluctuating exchange rates, i.e. due to COVID-19. You can learn more by pressing F1 in PICS and searching for “Exchange Rates” or contacting us. We’re here to help!

Best Canadian Fresh Produce Software

Produce Industry Update, by F. Charles Waud… Since the Safe Food for Canadians Act came into effect (January 15, 2020), we are fielding more questions about how PICS software can help meet requirements. There also appear to be several more CFIA recall notifications than we saw in the past. This makes us wonder if they…Read More

NEW! Time Saving Way of Calling Up Stock Inquiries

We have significantly enhanced the Sales Orders for Stock/lot and Transfers for Stock/lot inquiries. These inquiries can be accessed via the Stock menu which appears at the top right of the menu when you open the Stock Items and/or Stock Lots screens. When you use these 2 inquiries, they will still bring up lists that…Read More

Customizable Fresh Produce Software

Produce Software for Inventory, Traceability and more… Looking for ONE software package that handles Inventory AND Traceability functions for your fresh produce business? You need PICS – Produce Inventory Control System software by WaudWare. Maintaining accurate inventory records involves entering receipts, shipments, adjustments and other transactions. Traceability information should be an automatic outcome of these…Read More

PICS Help Online – A Question of Security

We’re receiving rave reviews about our new and improved PICS Help tool. It’s chock-full of helpful information for new and practiced Produce Inventory Control System (PICS) software users. Concerned About Giving Internet Access to Staff? One of the concerns we’ve heard is about allowing internet access to get to PICS Help Online and the risk…Read More

WaudWare Silver Sponsor of OPMA

The Ontario Produce Marketing Association (OPMA) says, “The generous contributions of our sponsors allow us to improve the services we provide to our members and help us to fulfill our marketing initiatives. These marketing and promotion initiatives promote increased consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables thereby contributing to the improved health of the people of…Read More

Latest Produce Inventory Control System (PICS) Software Updates

Accounting and Inventory Control Software Gets Better and Better! Each month we compile and publish updates, additions and enhancements to PICS software. This is part of our ongoing commitment to make the PICS the world’s best selling software for the fresh produce industry. Our biggest update ever, PICS 3.0 is scheduled for release in the…Read More

New Bank Reconciliation Module in Software for Perishable Produce

Produce Inventory Control System (PICS) Software now has a NEW! Bank Reconciliation Module It’s a new year and companies involved in the fresh produce industry continue focusing their efforts on improving business systems and processes, including banking. January’s featured update is the completion of the PICS Bank Reconciliation module. The Bank Reconciliation module is comprised…Read More