Montreal, QC, November 5, 2015 – Interfacing Technologies, a leading provider of Business Process Management solutions and proponent of improving businesses’ quality and efficiency, gave back to the community with a donation of $115,290 worth of software and services this year to Moisson Montréal, Canada’s largest distribution food bank.
“We are looking to expand and diversify our operation, and considering the size of our facilities and multitude of responsibilities, there is no doubt we would benefit from Interfacing’s Gartner-recognized business process management software,” said Charles Roy, Director of Finance and IT, Moisson Montréal. “By managing our entire end-to-end process as well as our governance and compliance requirements using Interfacing’s Enterprise Process Center®, we can better streamline distribution and standardize operating procedures to safeguard food security and supply”.
Moisson Montréal, a member of Food Banks Canada and Quebec, has the task of distributing national and provincial donations to benefit over 240 community organizations, serving over 140,760 people in need every month, of which 38,345 are children. Thanks to their multiplier effect, a donation of $2 is worth $36 of food and basic products that last a child a full week. Last year, 13.2 million kilos of foodstuffs and products were collected by over 7,828 volunteers in 235 agri-food businesses. In order to increase the quantity, quality, and diversity of their shipments, Moisson Montréal reached out to Interfacing Technologies for business process analysis solutions to reduce time and cost, with the end goal of maximizing the value brought to the community.
“Non-profits face the same challenges as other organizations but with the added obstacles of limited budgets and managing volunteers. Moisson Montréal’s operations are extremely complex because of the sheer amount of food they collect, store, sort, and distribute on a daily basis. Moreover, this complexity is compounded by the fact that they are working with perishables whereby efficiency and control are critical to ensure proper health and hygiene standards are maintained.” says Scott Armstrong, Managing Partner at Interfacing Technologies. “We are delighted to partner with Moisson Montréal on their improvement program this year and for many years to come with the ongoing goal of widening the reach of people that can depend on Moisson Montréal for meals.”
About Interfacing Technologies Corporation
With over two decades focused on the Business Process Management (BPM) marketplace, Interfacing is recognized as not only a pioneer, but also a leader today. Interfacing provides quality management technological solutions to document, analyze, improve, and govern process, risk and performance data. With over fifty-thousand users of their process based tools to-date, their solutions have served both large & small organizations across all industries globally. As a front runner, Interfacing is committed to continuously innovate and redefine the future of process & quality based solutions.
About Moisson Montréal
A non-profit organization founded in 1984, Moisson Montréal is today the largest food bank in Canada. Through its centre for collecting, sorting and distributing emergency food assistance, the organization allocates nearly 1,000 tons of food per month to close to 250 accredited community organizations on the Island of Montreal. In turn, these organizations provide food assistance to 140,000 people, including 40,000 children between the ages of 0 and 5. Moisson Montréal receives funding and supplies mainly through donations. Its operations require the collaboration of nearly 8,000 volunteers each year and result in the redistribution of about 13 million kilos of foodstuffs, representing a total value of close to $61 million. Winner of the 2015 Novae Corporate Citizenship Prize in the Supply category for its Food Recovery Program in Supermarkets. For additional information: www.moissonmontreal.org
For information or interview requests, please contact:
Communications Coordinator, Moisson Montréal
T. 514 344-4494, ext. 239
C. 514 701-4206