Rizepoint, formerly Steton, founded in 1997, delivers quality and performance management solutions that enable companies to run better, stay in compliance and strengthen brand consistency across the enterprise. Companies in industries such as food service, hospitality and retail use Rizepoint's mobile and cloud-based applications to gain aggregated visibility into each aspect of the operation so they can continuously monitor processes, identify problems, implement corrective action and repeat successes. As a result of this actionable business intelligence, Rizepoint is able to transform businesses into high performance organizations, increasing same store revenues and uncovering strengths that can be leveraged across the enterprise.
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Aug 9, 2023
News provided by Share this article SME Offers Valuable Tips in Advance of Food Safety Month SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 9, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- RizePoint , a technology leader in the food safety, quality management, compliance, and social responsibility space, is spotlighting the importance of food safety – and minimizing risks – to protect brands and their customers. "As we approach Food Safety Month in September, it's a good time to discuss how brands can minimize food safety risks and keep their customers – and businesses – safer. All brands should be following best practices around food safety, utilizing tech tools to gather critical data and insights, prioritizing training, and building strong food safety cultures," said Paul Damaren, Executive Vice President, Business Development at RizePoint . "It's also essential to monitor all suppliers to ensure they're following gold standard safety protocols because a breach at a farm, processing plant, or other stop along the supply chain can put customers and other businesses at risk,"Damaren continued. "Food Safety Month is a good time to reinforce the 'basics' around this issue and ensure that all employees and suppliers are compliant." Damaren offers the following tips to boost food safety and mitigate risks: Use tech tools. Tech tools provide a holistic view of an organization, offer key data and insights, and allow brand leaders to make more informed decisions. Digital tools also help enforce safety standards, reduce risk, and protect brands by optimizing line checks, inspections, auditing, equipment monitoring, temperature checks, and reporting. Look at trends. Analyzing trends allows brands to see when/where they need to take corrective actions most frequently. Once you pinpoint where problems are stemming from, you'll know where to focus your time and resources to boost compliance (and mitigate risks). That could mean retraining staff, adjusting processes, etc., for continuous improvement. Prioritize training. Food safety training is not a one-time effort, but should be ongoing to keep important food safety protocols top-of-mind for all employees. Some brands use Virtual Reality (VR) to make training more interactive, engaging, and memorable. Others are sending reminders directly to employees' smartphones, so they always have critical information at their fingertips. Follow best practice food safety protocols. Your employees must follow food safety protocols, like cooking foods to proper temperatures, storing foods properly, not cross-contaminating, sanitizing surfaces and equipment regularly, using designated "allergy-friendly" prep stations, etc. Ensure that employees wash their hands before working with food, after using the restroom, coughing, blowing their nose, and handling money or chemicals. Prohibit employees from working when they're ill – even if you're short-staffed. Build and maintain a food safety culture. Remind staff this is not "just" the food safety manager's responsibility. It's up to the whole team to protect the food, customers, and brand. Empower employees. Make everyone on the team feel like they're an important part of the solution. Provide the proper tools so employees can do their jobs correctly. Explain why the rules are in place and employees will be much more likely to comply. Ensure that your employees feel engaged, included, and like their voice matters. Monitor your suppliers. It's not enough just to implement food safety protocols in your own organization. You must also ensure that your suppliers follow strict safety standards. If your suppliers have a food safety breach, it can jeopardize your business (and your customers), as well. Work only with approved suppliers that prioritize food safety. Conduct regular reviews to confirm that your suppliers are compliant to reduce risk for your brand. Boost transparency. Historically, food businesses conducted their safety protocols "behind the scenes," but demand has grown for transparency around organizations' safety efforts. Customers expect to see safety protocols being implemented correctly and consistently. Transparency can also attract and retain employees who want to work for companies that prioritize safety. "One innocent mistake can put your brand at risk for tremendous financial, legal, and reputational damage," Damaren added. "Food safety should be a top priority for all food businesses, including restaurants, retail, hospitality, processing, and manufacturing organizations, so take actionable steps to maximize safety and mitigate risks." About RizePoint For 25+ years, RizePoint has offered quality management software solutions that help companies keep brand promises through their quality, safety, and compliance efforts. A technology leader in the food safety, quality management, compliance, and social responsibility space, RizePoint helps companies, including Starbucks, McDonald's, Marriott, and more, keep brand promises through their quality, safety, and compliance efforts. Customers gather better data, see necessary actions earlier, and act faster to correct issues before they become costly liabilities. Check out RizePoint's website to learn how these solutions can help your company. Contact:
Rizepoint Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is Rizepoint's headquarters?
Rizepoint's headquarters is located at 2890 East Cottonwood Parkway, Salt Lake City.
What is Rizepoint's latest funding round?
Rizepoint's latest funding round is Series C.
How much did Rizepoint raise?
Rizepoint raised a total of $30.72M.
Who are the investors of Rizepoint?
Investors of Rizepoint include Access Holdings.
Who are Rizepoint's competitors?
Competitors of Rizepoint include Corvium and 5 more.
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