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Aug 10, 2010 – St. Cloud, Minn. – Arro Corporation recently selected ProcessPro® Premier ERP software to manage its production processes. The Chicago-based manufacturer specializes in custom dry and liquid blending, as well as quality reprocessing services for both food and pharmaceutical grade products.

“Arro needed software that was made specifically for the highly-regulated process manufacturing industry,” said Mat Jahnke, Business Development Representative, ProcessPro. “They considered upgrading their existing software, but quickly realized it would require too many third party products and customizations to make the upgrade feasible or affordable,” Jahnke reports.

Arro’s superior quality and analytical standards have earned them a superior food safety rating by the American Institute of Baking three years in a row. “ProcessPro is just the tool to help Arro not only run their business more efficiently, but will also ensure their quality standards are upheld,” says Jahnke.

Arro is FDA regulated, Kosher compliant, Organic certified, and employs HACCP, GMP, and other product safety regulations.

“With ProcessPro, any company that must adhere to FDA and cGMP regulations will be able to maintain compliance regularly as well as be prepared for a product recall,” said Shanon Odegaard, ProcessPro Quality Systems Manager.

ProcessPro® Premier is a fully integrated, real time ERP that offers a complete system from beginning sales order entry through the manufacturing and accounting process. Additionally, ProcessPro® Premier has been designed specifically with the regulated manufacturer in mind.

For more information about ProcessPro® Premier and how it can meet your specific process manufacturing needs, visit www.ProcessProERP.com.

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ProcessPro is a leading custom developer of ERP software systems for companies located throughout the US. They work with manufacturers that blend or mix ingredients to make their products, and require tight control for lot tracking and quality controls.

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