Specright Named a 2022 Top Software & Technology Provider by Food Logistics

This award honors top software and technology providers that ensure a safe, efficient and reliable global cold food and beverage supply chain.

Posted on 
December 12, 2022
Laura Foti
CMO, Specright

Safety and quality are a must within the cold food supply chain, and it’s crucial the end-product reaching the consumer matches the “spec” of the manufacturer. 

Specifications, however, can change quickly and easily become out of date due to evolving regulations, labeling requirements, higher SKU counts to meet consumer needs, and so on. 

It’s important the cold food supply chain has the tools in place to quickly adapt, especially given current labor shortages, consumer demands, and limited cold storage availability. Outdated approaches to managing specifications are no longer effective. 

This is where Specright can help. 

Specright has completely disrupted the way producers and manufacturers approach making products by introducing and enabling a spec-first approach. 

Through our purpose-built, patented Specification Data Management™ (SDM) platform, we help companies centralize and standardize data across the various components of the cold food supply chain, to digitize, optimize, and collaborate across suppliers and partners. It’s this data accuracy and visibility that ensures safety and efficiency, as well as helps businesses achieve other benefits including increased profitability and sustainability. 

And our work isn’t going unnoticed. 

We’re thrilled to announce that Specright has been named one of the winners of Food Logistics’ 2022 Top Software & Technology Provider award, which honors software and technology providers that ensure a safe, efficient and reliable global cold food and beverage supply chain. We’re in great company as the winners of this year’s program are industry leaders that are implementing emerging technologies, from mobile technology and Internet of Things (IoT) to food safety management, routing and scheduling, yard management and more.

“The supply chain management software segment is projected to reach $18.04 billion this year, according to Statista,” said Marina Mayer, Editor-in-Chief of Food Logistics and Supply & Demand Chain Executive. “This includes all of the emerging software solutions such as barcode systems, FinTech, inventory control, mobile technology, robotics, wireless technology and more. These providers and their solutions are being implanted to address challenges in the cold food supply chain, whether that be port closures, driver safety or just simple automating a process.”

Our SDM platform allows supply chain leaders and companies to manage DNA-level data in an easy to use, searchable platform that provides these individuals with insights to address food safety and quality, supply chain visibility and traceability, sustainability, and shifts in consumer demands. 

There are more than two million products managed on the Specright platform today, which means we’ve all likely touched, consumed, or seen a product made using data from Specright. 

Why is this a big deal? Because it means the products we use everyday are made using live, up-to-date data – it’s also a clear indicator that we continue to live out our mission of helping people and companies make amazing, sustainable things. 

“Being named one of the winners of this award validates our team’s great work in just five short years, disrupting the way producers and manufacturers approach making products by introducing and enabling a spec-first approach,” said Matthew Wright, founder and CEO of Specright. “We would like to thank Food Logistics for this honor and look forward to our future of continuing to support the cold food and beverage supply chain with a spec-first approach.”

To view the full list of Food Logistics’ Top Software & Technology Providers, visit



Laura Foti

Laura leads marketing and investor relations at Specright. Prior to Specright, she led advertising and analytics at GE Digital, GE’s Industrial Internet software business. Before that, she was a consultant at Deloitte Digital working in enterprise digital transformation, where she helped clients design and deploy eCommerce experiences, develop revenue-driving mobile apps, and reimagine their global digital marketing strategy. Laura was named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list for marketing and advertising and Brand Innovators 40 Under 40 and 100 Women to Watch lists. She graduated from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. She resides in Newport Beach, CA.

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