About us



In almost 20 years in the food industry I have seen too many good food businesses failing because of reasons that have nothing to do with their products

  • Mistakes in demand planning and forecasts resulted in having too much or too less stock in the warehouse;
  • Inaccurate order fulfilment meant bad customer service and high cost to manage claims and returns;
  • Data managed in standalone systems often resulted in reports  being unreliable, leaving senior management with no tools to make timely decisions.

I have seen too many companies failing because of profitability issues caused by high running costs


A reliable, easy to use, well set-up software can help

I believe in the importance of having small and medium Food Business companies with innovative and sustainable products.

A boost to local economy, better jobs, better choices for consumers.

It is because of this that I founded Viscontis. To support innovative and sustainable Food companies and help them succeed.


Our core values

Confidentiality

Viscontis blog posts will never disclose sensitive business details

All our stories are either from real work experiences or from well researched case studies; we do our due diligence and always verify the accuracy of our content.

When working with a client for a consulting project, we sign a confidentiality contract so data collected during the implementations cannot be shared


We Support End Users

We believe technology should help businesses. And businesses are run by people

Our philosophy is: The right software of a company can support users to do their job efficiently

Any ERP implementation with us begins with users needs first

We are independent

We have established business relations with several software vendors and independent developers

But we don't sell software. That's how we can offer impartial advice on the right solution for your business


We value good Food suppliers

Viscontis believe in the importance of Small and Medium Enterprises and that they are the fabric of the country’s economy.

In food this is even more true as the trade affects local producers, communities and have a significant social impact.

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