MamaMia Produce

Distribution/Logistics

Challenge

MamaMia Produce, headquartered in East Rutherford, NJ, is a leading fruit and vegetable produce wholesaler in New England. The company was searching for a way to streamline workforce management and actively control labor costs. As growing seasons vary, MamaMia also needed to ensure their labor supply continually met seasonal demand. One of the further challenges they faced was reducing the impact of unplanned absences. As produce must be picked at an optimal time to remain fresh, understaffing was leading to waste, poor productivity, and a decrease in overall quality.

 

What MamaMia Produce needed was a solution that could:

  • Streamline time and attendance approval and payroll processes
  • Help managers oversee time to labor costs
  • Minimize compliance risk associated with OSHA and industry regulations
  • Empower employees to self-manage their leave and attendance

Solution

Advance Systems helps MamaMia Produce control costs and stay within budget. Our automated workforce management solution sends real-time alerts to management when time scheduled hours are due to exceed budget. This has resulted in significantly improved budgets and increased operational efficiency. Furthermore, Time and Attendance Software provides the workforce visibility and forecasting tools MamaMia need to determine future workforce needs to ensure that the quality of their produce is consistent. The Employee Self-Service module empowers employees to be fully accountable for their attendance, reducing absenteeism and maximizing productivity.

‘ MamaMia Produce has been using Advance Systems Time & Attendance for over 4 years. Partnering with Advance Systems gave us a significant advantage in managing our working staff in many aspects – lowering our payroll costs, organizing our HR requirements and simplifying operational processes. We receive excellent support and we have a great working relationship. Advance Systems is a real one stop shop solution for all Payroll – HR requirements.’

  • Dvir Efergan, CEO, MamaMia Produce