Managing Brewery Production Webinar

OrchestratedBEER is presenting part 2 of its 5-part series called "Managing Brewery Production". This webinar will address the challenges of managing production in a brewery and how ERP brewery management software can help.

OrchestratedBEER's new informational webinar series addresses how craft breweries can use cloud technology and enterprise-level brewery management software to manage brewery growth, accounting, production planning, reporting and sales.

On Wednesday, October 17th, 2012, at 1pm Pacific, OrchestratedBEER will be presenting part 2 of a 5-part webinar series titled: "Managing Brewery Growth". This hour-long webinar discusses how breweries currently manage the entire brewing process, the inefficiencies of dual-entry and the time wasted by manipulating spreadsheets.

This webinar will be beneficial to brewers, brew masters, and production managers who are looking for ways to streamline processes and improve efficiency in the brew house utilizing ERP brewery management software.

Attendees can register for this Wednesday's webinar at

Part 1 of the series took place last week and took a broader approach to managing overall growth of a small brewery. The recording for this webinar can be downloaded at the OrchestratedBEER website:

OrchestratedBEER is a product of Orchestra LLC, Located in Portland, Oregon. OrchestratedBEER is business management software for the craft brewery industry. The software automates accounting and inventory transactions in the background as processes occur, eliminating dual entry and improving data accuracy. Breweries using OrchestratedBEER will benefit from real-time inventory and accounting information, multi-source demand planning, interdepartmental reporting, information transparency and integrated process work flow.

OrchestratedBEER is built on the SAP Business One platform and is designed specifically for craft breweries. OrchestratedBEER replaces your spreadsheets, hand-written notes, book keeping software and other systems used to run a brewery. Visit for more information.