Top benefits of ERP | CRM | BI software
for agriculture

The top benefits of ERP, CRM and BI solutions for your agricultural company include:

Manage entire farm operation

Manage all aspects of growing operations, including land block, harvest details and attributes and pre-planning through post-harvest cleanup and reporting. Track crop estimates, monitor maturity dates, check historical records of crops grown on the land, and manage pricing from the same integrated platform.

Accurately manage SKUs

Perform harvesting, packing, and inventory activities at one time. Generate SKU counts directly in the field while crops are packaged, including those with variable-size packaging requirements. Automatically generate an accurate inventory list and manage it through delivery to grocery stores and other customers.

Increase quality control

Eliminate manual labor-intensive and complicated paper-based food safety measures and traceability. Automate data capture, monitoring, and reporting, to make product recall procedures more efficient. Improve overall productivity and reduce the risk of errors and noncompliance.

Streamline regulatory compliance

Institute sophisticated record keeping as the government introduces new requirements, such as the Produce Traceability Initiative. Integrate compliance with automated tools that include traceability back to field quality records and lot pack dates, and save hours in labor in the event of a product recall.

Adhere to export requirements

Comply with a host of quality requirements and certifications and keep detailed records for exporting goods and materials. Record up-to-the-minute activity in real-time with a great level of detail to easily generate compliance and auditing reports based on each country’s regulations.

Improve inventory processes

Automate functions such as expiration date tracking and block expired lots from accidentally shipping. Track inventory based on first-in-first-out and first-expiry-first-out, to optimize your inventory selection and shipping process.

Optimize planning and scheduling

Plan out the entire season and break down planning to each day, for each crop. Record stocks of inputs like seeds and fertilizer, schedule out human resources and machinery, record cultivation best practices and analyze results to repeat successes.