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12 Jan 2020

Database with advanced data export functions

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In our conversations with certification bodies, concerns about efficient data transfer to state authorities and/ or accreditors appear frequently. This can be a tedious job if you don't have a suitable tool. Ecert Basic is not just a software that provides you with a structure for the entire audit and certification procedures; but serves also as a database with advanced data export functions.

Apart from the basic data of your clients (e.g. addresses, telephone numbers, country, scope to be certified, etc.), Ecert Basic allows you to save relevant certification data like field hectares, crops, products, inputs, certification status, non-conformities etc. Thanks to that, it is possible to analyse the total amount of certified hectares and their corresponding certification status. For example, you can figure out easily how many hectares of apples were certified in a certain year and in a certain region, or which sanctions and deviations have been found at any inspection. Or even the number of major-must-questions which were answered as not compliant for a certain standard.

All your data can easily be exported to an Excel file and hence be sent to your authorities/ accreditors. With Ecert Basic, you can also customise PDF-reports and/ or export tables with an specific combination of your data.

Sounds interesting? Request a live presentation of this function and more features by contacting any of the Ecert Basic staff members.

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