Wholesum Family Farms LogoWholesum Family Farms to Deploy LINKFRESH Across Four Sites in the USA and Mexico

LINKFRESH Inc., a leading provider of supply chain ERP solutions designed specifically for the fresh food industry, announced that the Nogales, Ariz, based organic fruit and vegetable producer Wholesum Family Farms, Inc. will deploy its Microsoft Dynamics NAV LINKFRESH ERP solution.

Wholesum Vice President, Ricardo Crisantes, said “The deployment of the LINKFRESH ERP solution is part of an ongoing initiative to establish common practices, standards, and systems throughout the business. A key objective is to provide a single ERP system for the management and administration of all operational processes and to provide key reporting metrics and KPI’s throughout the business.”

The 40 user solution will be deployed across four sites in the United States and Mexico and will include the newest LINKFRESH modules for Foundation, Supply Chain, Operations, Logistics and Farming. Wholesum Family Farms will also be using LINKFRESH mobility applications and the LINKFRESH Grower Portal. The LINKFRESH solution will provide timesheet management and specific integration to Wholesum’s existing Priva solution for greenhouse management.

“Wholesum’s decision to leverage LINKFRESH as part of its growth strategy underscores the importance of our software to producers in the fresh produce industry,” said Ron Myers, Executive Vice President for LINKFRESH Inc. “The LINKFRESH solution will provide a complete operational platform to improve and standardize processes and procedures across all areas of their business from farm and greenhouse growing operations to packing and warehouse management through to grower returns, logistics and full financial management.”

The deployment is expected to be complete in Q4 2015.

Wholesum Family Farms is one of North America’s fastest growing organic fruit and vegetable producers supplying fine grocers and co-ops across the United States and Canada with organic tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, squash, zucchini and eggplants.

 

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