Webinars about IT, data and horticulture

Mprise Agriware already hosted two webinars for seed companies in September. If you missed your chance, they have good news for you: they will organize two new webinars on the 27th and the 28th of October. This time they would like to invite all kinds of horticulture companies to participate.

Do you use Excel? Would you like to be more in control of your production planning? Or would you like to use data effectively? In this webinar, Mprise Agriware would like to share our knowledge about IT, data and horticulture. You will get practical examples of their experience with growers of potted plants. Learn more about the webinar topics below.

Webinar 1: From Excel planning to real control
A lot of companies use Excel for the planning of the growing process. In Excel, it is difficult to see where plants are and which person is involved in certain tasks. Besides that, there is not one single source of data. This makes the chance on errors in Excel high. 

Subjects of this webinar:

  • Real time stock information
  • Production planning
  • Integrated business software

Would you like to learn more about these subjects? Click here to sign up.

  • Date: 28th of October [10:00 A.M. UTC/GMT +2]

Webinar 2: From data to valuable management information
Data is the new oil. Everybody knows that you can do a lot with data. Unfortunately a lot of companies are not prepared to work with them. What do you need to do to turn your data into valuable management information? And what could data mean for a horticulture company? Join the webinar and hear more about it.

Subjects of this webinar:

  • How reliable is my information?
  • Digital innovation with Machine learning and Augmented reality
  • How to work with data as an organization?

Would you like to learn more about these subjects? Click here to sign up.

  • Date: 27th of October [10.00 A.M. UTC/GMT +2]

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