The latest food safety platform helps manufacturers assess, monitor, and predict their products and supply chain risks.
FREMONT, CA: A Munich-based start-up for product safety, iComplai launches a food safety platform for manufacturers to evaluate, monitor, and predict the risks of their products and supply chain. iComplai gathers data from multiple sources, including ecommerce platforms, official bodies, and consumer portals, and transforms these into machine-readable datasets, allowing machine learning algorithms for anomaly detection and prediction. The data is presented in an interactive, updated, easy to use dashboard, offering deep and actionable insights for the users. The platform is specially requested by the companies with complex supply chain and the ones which enter into new product categories or re-formulations.
Product risk assessment can be really complex, especially without sufficient data to rely on. iComplai product safety platform is the necessary backbone to make future-proof decisions with 4M+ data points visualizing the past and predicting the future. The company's vision is to simplify quality, R & D, and purchasing managers' lives by delivering them the necessary tools and insights for important strategic decisions related to product safety and supplier verification.
With the daily updating iComplai anomaly detection, users can check the latest anomalies in product alerts, hazards, countries, or suppliers. They can be alerted on time to react on time and receive an email alert when an anomaly of a specific significance and directionality is identified right in the inbox.
iComplai is a start-up in the field of product safety. It helps firms assess, monitor, and predict the product risks worldwide for consumer goods, focusing on food. The company is founded in 2020 by Asli Solmaz-Kaiser, who brings 14 years of management experience in the product safety industry. Several industry experts support it as advisors. The company also provides services in product benchmarking and virtual testing, assisting companies better assess the risks and opportunities for their products and what the customers like and dislike.