Audit de ferme laitière
Un audit technique standard ne fait pas comprendre comment le résultat final d'une ferme laitière dépend de certains actes. Pour l'audit, nous proposons d'utiliser un jumeau numérique d'une exploitation laitière commerciale qui aidera d'identifier les processus qui influencent directement l'efficacité de l'activité.
Le propriétaire d'une ferme laitière utiliserait les données d'audit afin de
- Réduire le coût
- Optimiser les processus
- Argumenter l'attractivité des investissements
- Réduire les frais de consultation
- Installer correctement des logiciels spécialisés
Comment faire l'audit
Pour fournir une évaluation objective fondée sur les indicateurs quantitatifs et qui ne dépend pas du facteur humain, nous connectons à toute source de données de votre ferme laitière:
- Système de gestion du troupeau;
- Salles de traite;
- Mélangeurs de fourrage;
- Distributeurs d'aliment;
- Systèmes ERP etc.
Les systèmes d'automatisation fournissent les données qui permettent de comprendre les processus-clés, d'identifier les erreurs et défauts existants, donner des recommandations et d'évaluer leur efficacité économique.
Suite au résultat d'audit, une ferme laitière reçoit un rapport contenant des recommandations et une argumentation économique d'où il peut conclure sur les causes de pertes financières, mettre au point les activités business et d’utiliser au maximum les ressources disponibles.
Résultats d'audit en utilisant notre technique
- 18%d'augmentation du rendement laitier*
- 66%de réduction des pertes du silo du chiffre total des pertes*
- 14%de réduction des émissions de gaz à effet de serre*
- 23%de diminution du risque des maladies liées à la digestion*
Aussi, l'audit permet d'identifier les défauts et erreurs du personnel et les corriger, de fixer les KPI motivés pour les employés de la ferme, de diminuer les dépenses de fourrage, de médecine vétérinaire, le coût de revient de la production laitière.
* - valeur moyenne selon le client
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