Silver Bay Seafoods Announces Deployment of “NorthScope” Processor Support Software

Juneau, Alaska (KINY) – With an accelerated implementation process of less than four weeks, Silver Bay Seafoods has implemented NorthScope ERP software at its five plants in Alaska and is beginning implementation at its squid plant based in in California.

NorthScope is an enterprise resource planning software created by Northlake Partners. It supports seafood processors, food manufacturers, food distributors and agricultural processors. The software provides Silver Bay mills with electronic fishing ticket processing and angler payment functionality, the ability to import angler credit card transactions and AP invoices into NorthScope.

After initial go-live, their plans include additional configuration of NorthScope for Silver Bay along with additional integrations, custom reporting, and additional training, all to be completed by late summer 2022.

Speaking of the partnership with Silver Bay Seafoods, Northlake Partners Managing Partner Adam Herman said, “We are very pleased to be working with the Silver Bay team and appreciate the opportunity to win their case.

“The timeline for this go-live is tight, but we know that with a comprehensive approach, we will be able to achieve their goals.” Regarding the progress of the accelerated implementation, Kim Partridge, Silver Bay Project Manager, said, “Having the NorthScope team come to Kodiak and Naknek has been a huge benefit. They are great to work with. them and have a good understanding of the business and how to set up NorthScope to provide SBS with the information we need, in the format we want.

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