Grain and Livestock Industry to Benefit from New Available Software

Novecta LLC, a subsidiary of Iowa and Illinois Corn Grower Associations provides services.

Novecta, LLC has been named a Master Distributor and Training Facility for CIS (Continuous Improvement Software) for use in the agriculture industry in the United States. Novecta is a joint venture company of the Iowa and Illinois Corn Grower Associations. Based in Johnston, a suburb of Des Moines, the company provides services for identity preservation of grain and quality management systems in grain, grain processing and biofuels.

This software can be used by feed mills, grain elevators, grain processors, and livestock operations that are on a quality management system such as ISO 9001, HACCP, USDA PVP, BQ-9000 or similar program. CIS eliminates time-consuming forms, logs and other paper reports and prepares graphs while providing instant access to documents and records information online. This makes the implementation and management of quality management systems both easier and less expensive. Peter Sanderson of CIS World Wide Sales Group, LLC Phoenix Arizona announced the appointment last week. "This relationship between CIS and Novecta will help meet the agriculture industry's growing need for information and document control." Sanderson, who is president of TQMS, Inc. in Cornwall, Canada, has been creating quality management systems for his clients since 1991. In December, 2004, Sanderson released CIS, a complete online software solution for maintaining clients' quality management systems. The software effectively meets all the requirements of ISO 9001:2000, HACCP, BQ-9000 and other quality systems. It also can help users comply with the C-TPAT requirement. For information, contact Novecta at 515-334-7305 or check the Web site at www.novecta.com.

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