Multiplication of Vegetable Seed
Agriware helps you
Planning, recording & analysis
Users can plan every action and inspection prior to the cultivation or add them for a production batch during cultivation on an ad hoc basis. This lets people in the fields or greenhouses request and update information efficiently and add new data or images. This can be done throughout the lifecycle of the crop. All data is stored centrally. Users can now make analyses using relevant KPIs.
Customer: Bejo Seeds
Bejo Seeds is a vegetable seed company that breeds, produces and sells seed. For global support for its production locations, the company uses Agriware and the mobile Inspect App. This allows centralized planning of production, and data registered in the field flows back into the system automatically.
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Contracts & Settlement
After harvesting, the seed generally undergoes a first rough cleaning. Recording the harvest yields is important because in many cases there are contracts with subsidiaries and external growers. Because accounts need to be settled with the external growers, this requires the utmost care. In Agriware, each step is related to the production batch. This automatically creates a complete traceability chain for the seed so that what has been done, where and by whom is always known.
As a crop manager or field inspector, you want to have all the relevant crop information available to you in the field, in the greenhouse or anywhere while you are on the road. The Agriware Inspect App lets you have all this data to hand on a mobile device such as a tablet or smartphone. The app also works offline without a connection to the Internet so that you can always keep working. This means you are always able to update crop information and record results directly from the field.
Working with a centralized system instead of paper or individual Excel files means that data is processed more quickly with a lower risk of typographical errors. Moreover, all staff work with the same system so that decisions can be taken based on up-to-date information.