Dashboards for fresh produce business intelligence
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Dashboards for fresh produce business intelligence
Make better management and sales decisions using business intelligence distilled from across the business in farmsoft dashboards.
- Fresh produce business intelligence, improved production planning & dispatch.
- Interactive dashboards provide critical details for each manager.
- Management response time can be reduced, and decision making can be improved using farmsoft's fresh produce dashboards, specifically designed for the busy fresh produce processor, packer, importer/exporter, wholesaler.
- Leverage business wide data to build business intelligence for your fresh produce enterprise.
- Customer satisfaction dashboard
- Quality control dashboard
- Supplier quality dashboard
- Fresh produce Profit Analysis dashboard
Business intelligence > Sales dashboard
This dashboard is an essential tool for marketing and sales teams to stay constantly informed of all orders, inventory on hand, and stock that isn't assigned to a customer. Production managers can use this dashboard to plan packing activities.
The dashboard summarizes fresh produce orders, and allows you to drill down to see individual orders. Total product on order, customer breakdown of each order, total inventory on hand to fill existing orders, balance of inventory that must be packed to fill current open orders, total inventory that is on hand but not on order. Analyze orders that were not filled to gauge customer satisfaction.
Reduce errors in the production planning process, and manage both small and large dispatch teams, unlimited trucks, transport providers, and customer orders.
Business intelligence for fresh produce managers gives better decision making opportunities and reduces errors in production and dispatch processes.
Business intelligence > Dispatch dashboard
Use a selection of international standard pallet labels for easy identification of fresh produce pallets.
Fresh produce pallet labels feature SSCC (Serial Shipping Container Code) shipping barcodes for improved pallet management.
All pallet bar-codes can be scanned to move/sell/manipulate pallets.
Business intelligence > Production dashboard
Business intelligence for fresh produce wholesale, packer, processor, import/export
The second part is a configurable code that food company supplies based on whatever parameters they wish to track. They can use a unique code to identify which field the produce was grown, the harvest date, the picking crew, the machines that were used, or any other metric they want to track.
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Traceability has become an issue of great importance to the produce industry due to regulatory requirements such as the U.S. Bioterrorism Act , as well as ongoing food safety issues and the need for supply chain transparency and more information on the produce we grow, pack, ship, store, process, distribute and sell. Fresh produce profit analysis is easy with the profit dashboard.
Being able to trace a product back to its exact source in a matter of hours has become standard in many industries in the US and the world. Look at any bag of chips, or cough drops, or vitamins, and you will see trace-back information. Though you might not be able to understand the coding, the company does. The produce industry is just starting to implement such trace-back” and trace-forward” tracking systems.
What gets measured (and analysed) gets managed
Going beyond quality inspection
New Zealand is known as a producer of high-quality horticultural produce. Exporters source these products from growers and packhouses but do not see individual lines prior to export. The task of independent quality inspection and assessment of the product falls to specialist assessors such as The AgriChain Centre.
The AgriChain Centre developed and launched a Dashboard Analysis Tool during the 2018-19 New Zealand cherry season. We are now working on extending it to other crops including the berry fruit category. The Dashboard graphically reports, in an easy-to-read format, data collected during our independent quality inspections.
A great deal of data is collected during quality inspections which is reported as individual pieces of information. It is also helpful to understand trends over time and compare between lines to give a more comprehensive picture of the product’s performance. This allows for better fruit quality and business decisions over time.
The Dashboard provides exporters with an understanding of packhouse and grower performance. It also puts businesses in an excellent position to strengthen relationships with their suppliers and work on any quality improvements identified.
An example of information reported is comparison between packhouses, growers and varieties on the level and type of defects, brix, firmness and pulp temperature. In addition,to periodic reports during the season, an end of season report is also available.
The AgriChain Centre is a New Zealand based company which offers value adding Quality Assurance, Post Harvest, Food Safety, Biosecurity, Phytosanitary Certification and Knowledge Services to businesses and organisations at all points of the food value chain.