Auditoría de granjas lecheras
Las auditorías tecnológicas estandartizadas no explicarán como resultado final de una granja dependerá de acciones concretas. Ofrecemos usar para auditorías los gemelos digitales de las producciones de productos lecheros y por su medio revelar los procesos, que influirán directamente sobre eficiencia de las actividades.
Los propietarios de granjas necesitarán los datos de auditorías
- Disminuir gastos
- Optimizar procesos
- Argumentar atractivo de inversiones
- Disminuir gastos de servicios de consultantes
- Instalar correctamente software especializado
Como auditorías se realizarán
Para presentar estimaciones objetivas, que se basarán en indicadores cuantitativos y que no dependerán del factor humano, podremos conectarnos a cualesquiera fuentes de datos en las granjas:
- Sistema de control de ganado;
- Salas de ordeño;
- Mezcladores de forraje;
- Distribuidores de forraje;
- Sistemas ERP, etc.
Los sistemas de automatización facilitarán los datos, que admitirán comprender los procesos claves, revelar errores y efectos existentes, ofrecer recomendaciones y estimar su eficiencia económica.
A base de los resultados de auditorías, granjas obtendrán informes con recomendaciones y fundamentaciones económicas, comprenderán causas de pérdidas de dinero, podrán arreglar los procesos de negocios y usar los recursos existentes con máxima eficiencia.
Resultados de auditorías con aplicación de nuestra tecnología
- 18%de aumento de rendimiento lechero*
- 66%disminución de pérdidas del ensilado como parte de pérdidas totales*
- 14%disminución de emisiones de gases de invernadero*
- 23%disminución de probabilidad de surgimiento de las enfermedades, vinculadas con digestión*
Igualmente, auditorías admitirán detectar violaciones y errores del personal y corregirlos, determinar KPI argumentados para los empleados de granjas, disminuir los gastos de forraje, veterinaria, el precio de coste de producción lechera.
* - valor en promedio para todos los clientes
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