Area: Food Technology
Headquarter: Malmö, Sweden
Matilda FoodTech Vietnam Co., Ltd.
Business registration no.: 0109900859
Legal rep. : Lê Thị Thu Hương
Empowering a sustainable food service industry – One plate at a time
The food service industry is under pressure
Pressure to meet environmental obligations, to cater for diverse dietary needs, to be transparent when it comes to food sourcing and nutritional benefits. And all this while demonstrating efficiency savings, increasing profitability, and staying ahead in a competitive marketplace.
The data you need to do this is available, but it’s spread over hundreds of disconnected sources – and you don’t have time to join the dots.
That’s why Matilda FoodTech has created Matilda – an intuitive, innovative FSRM (Food Service Resource Management) platform that solves all these challenges. A single, intuitive business platform that lets you make better business decisions. Letting you find answers, not just ask questions.
Who are we?
At Matilda FoodTech we understand the food service industry – we know the pressures that you face and just how little time you have to solve the challenges.
For the past 37 years, we’ve worked with numerous businesses to find successful outcomes, helping them to find sanity in an increasingly complex chain from food source to customer.
Why do we exist?
The complexities of the food supply, preparation, and delivery chain have meant that operators have struggled to ‘join the dots’ between the multiple processes and stage of their operations. Digital transformation has therefore been harder to achieve than in other B2B industries. The result? A lack of oversight and transparency, leading to decision making that is reactive, rather than proactive.
Matilda – The Food Service Resource Management Platform – was born of the need to address this problem – a coherent, intuitive platform that brings all the information you already have into one place, while incorporating additional data that you don’t yet have.
What we stand for?
We believe that through a comprehensive understanding of every aspect of the food journey, from production to consumption, we can contribute to major health improvements for patients, students, citizens – for everyone.
The way we eat is the number one contributor to climate change. Waste alone accounts 11% of the greenhouse gas emissions produced by the food system. Only when we can take a holistic view of the whole supply chain can we take meaningful steps to improve.
Without digitization, we are blind to the macro and micro aspects of the food chain. Digitization lets us see the big picture, combining data from multiple sources in real time and allowing users to gain insights and make rapid, effective business decisions.