The “GI ICM – Integrated Cultivation Management” application is distinguished for the multiple functions that it can implement, aiming at the proper management and monitoring of an individual or group agricultural holding (group or organisation of producers).
The “GI ICM – Integrated Cultivation Management” electronic application has been designed in such a way as to provide the capability of satisfying the needs stemming for the daily occupation with the production processes of the agrarian sector, the compliance to regulatory frameworks (e.g. Cross-Compliance Rules, Codes of Good Agricultural Practices, etc.), as well as the demands that ensue from the implementation of different Quality Assurance Systems in the primary sector (e.g. Agro, Global GAP, PDO/PGI, Organic Farming).
The information that the specific software manages and processes is fully codified, having as final target:
The creation of a knowledge repository
The facilitation of the user during the updating of the documents through choosing from a list of values
The reduction of mistakes during the updating of the documents by the user
Its utilization during the creation of good and useful reports and the safe drawing of conclusions
The application interoperates with the “GAIATrace – Traceability” application, having as a goal the monitoring and management of traceability in all stages of the production process. Additionally, it interoperates with the “GI Agronomy – Agronomical Advice” and “GS Compliance – Cross-Compliance Rules” applications, for the best possible management of the agricultural holdings.
Provides the capability of accessing and managing a string of information and files that concern the agricultural holdings and the procedures that they implement, such as they are indicatively presented below:
Agricultural holding’s profile management
Capability of issuing directives
Creation of a cultivation plan
Management of a task diary
Management of an input/output registry
Cataloguing of on-the-spot observations
Cataloguing of an internal inspection’s results and observations