Title

The impact of information quality on food quality performance indicator of Australian Beef Processors

RIS ID

27666

Publication Details

Jie, F. & Parton, K. Anthony. (2009). The impact of information quality on food quality performance indicator of Australian Beef Processors. In D. Prajogo, P. Singh & P. O Neill (Eds.), Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Operations, Supply Chain and Services Management Symposium (pp. 251-268). Adelaide, Australia: Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management.

Abstract

Empirical approach was developed to analyse supply chain practice, antecedent cooperative behaviour, and food quality supply chain performance indicators for Australian beef processors. Three elements of supply chain practice (strategic supplier partnerships, information quality and trust) are significantly related to food quality in the Australian beef processors. This paper discusses more details about information quality. In order to achieve improvement in information quality, there are several tactical or operational approaches to apply:1. Video Image Analysis Scan Technology including the VIAscan Carcase System and VIAscan Chiller Assessment System.2. A number of alternative hardware and software systems to capture the meat processing information such as AUS-MEAT Information System (AMIS), Theta Technologies, LILAC, SASTEK, Thorsys.

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