Web & mobile solutions

The Eticlog® solution is flexible and can be adapted to our customers’ choice:

  • Encoding of field sheets by an operator from a central computer;
  • Encoding directly from the field via a smartphone and synchronisation with the central database;
  • A combination of both.

Coupled with a barcode printer, the Eticlog® solution, integrating a secure web interface, guarantees you an optimal follow-up and a perfect control of your control chain.

EticLog® is composed of several modules available individually or in combination:

  • The “Logging invetory” module: developed to allow the direct encoding on smartphone of the data of inventories with an immediate accessibility at the office via the web interface allowing the follow-up of the activities and the fast treatment of the information.
  • The “Forest Traceability” module: created to track your logs and their management by the various operators from tracking in the forest to their sale or entry into the factory.
  • The “Factory Traceability” module: allowing you to trace your wood products through to invoicing, to manage the execution of your contracts and to monitor your yields.
  • The “Monitoring” module, configured to encode the various control sheets on a mobile device and send them directly to the centralised database for automated processing and the publication of customised dashboards and summaries.

You work with several producers and you want to ensure the traceability of the production while giving a great importance to the follow-up of the social impact of your projects?

The EticSource® solution allows you to monitor these different parameters and helps you to evaluate the positive impacts of your actions on the daily reality of the growers you work with.

With the EticSource® solution you can:

  • Register your producers with their basic data, the geo-referencing of their plots and the type of products concerned;
  • Manage your farmers’ training courses, including good agricultural practices and standards requirements, and identify active farmers or those who require a follow-up audit;
  • Monitor periodic field audits consisting of estimating the productivity of each plot, recording farming practices (use of phytosanitary products, etc.) but also social responsibility through various indicators (child labour, etc.);
  • Controlling purchases, through the identification of the farmer entered in the system and checking the conformity of the yield with the estimates made during the audits to avoid the entry of uncontrolled products in the supply chain.