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Grounding the Cloud Hype

“The Cloud” has been a marketing term since 2006 when Google and Amazon started using the term “cloud computing” to describe the way people would be accessing their software and files. Since this innovative marketing revolution, every new…

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5 Reasons to Consider a Software Partner for Your Business

As your egg and poultry business grows, it becomes increasingly evident that running your business on spreadsheets with manual processes is not as efficient as it could be. Keeping track of all facets of the business in such a manner is tedious, time consuming, and…

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Aeros and Integrations: A Wealth of Opportunity

ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) is not unique to Aeros. The term ERP was coined in 1990 by Gartner, but its roots date to the 1960s. Back then, the concept applied to inventory management and control in the manufacturing sector. Software engineers created programs to monitor inventory, reconcile balances, and report on status. Today ERP can…

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14 MANAGEMENT TIPS TO IMPROVE POULTRY PERFORMANCE

14 Management Tips To Improve Poultry Performance

The ever growing demand for poultry products has led to increase in number of people getting attracted towards poultry farming. It is a profitable business prospect. Do you know the combined value of production from eggs, broilers, turkeys, and the value of sales from chickens was…

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Aeros does Career Day

Aeros Does Career Day

On December 16, 2016, Ben Silva and I gave a presentation at Northam Elementary School in La Puente, California at a Career Day presentation for the Options for Learning Program. With more than 100 first through sixth graders listening, Aeros spoke…

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Order Fulfillment Gone Wrong – Your Customers are Counting on You!

Order Fulfillment Gone Wrong – Your Customers are Counting on You!

Order fulfillment is the broad process that extends from the farm to the time the client receives your product. For a controller or sales manager in the poultry industry, selling your products to customers isn’t the final part of fulfillment- you still have to  marry incoming bird weights with desired yields based on customer needs…

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Connected Data Means Happier Employees

Connected Data Means Happier Employees

If you manage or help manage a broiler or layer operation, you know that there are a lot of different things that go into making your operation successful. But when you are in charge of a company, you can sometimes forget everything else and focus on the bottom line. It’s important to keep in mind,…

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Disconnected Data: Multiple Spreadsheets and Systems Affect your Financials

Disconnected Data: Multiple Spreadsheets and Systems Affect your Financials

Multiple spreadsheets for different purposes provide a way to organize related data. As an accounting manager, you probably evaluate that data within the context of the sheet and its relation to data in the other sheets. Sure it’s a flexible arrangement, but it often comes with its fair share of confusion.

The article “Top Five…

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Pullet Report Havoc

Pullet Report Havoc

Are you familiar with Murphy’s law? You know, the adage states that anything that can go wrong will go wrong. Unfortunately, as the saying goes, when things begin to go wrong, they tend to do so in a rather devastating way, especially when there are interdependent parts. Sort of like spreadsheets! Some spreadsheets reference each…

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When’s the last time you had an awesome customer support experience?

When’s the last time you had an awesome customer support experience?

How many times have you talked about an awesome customer support experience you had and how it made your day? Chances are that you have spent far more time talking about poor customer support experiences because it seems to happen way more frequently these days. A lot of work goes into making a software application,…

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Attention Egg Producers

Attention Egg Producers: Disconnected Data Might Blow Your Customers Away

In the early 1930’s, a team at Harvard University designed the first modem check-out system which used punch cards that corresponded with catalog items. A computer would then read the punch cards and relay the information to the store room, which would then bring the item up front to the customer. However as time progressed,…

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Why Egg Producers Should be Capturing Data

Why Egg Producers Should be Capturing Data

Why Egg Producers Should be Capturing Data Production recordkeeping is an important task for any layer operation, whether small, medium or large in size. Although record keeping doesn’t ensure that you will have a successful and efficient farm, success is unlikely without it.   Just how important is capturing farm data? If you don’t collect…

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Attention Small Egg Producers

Attention Small Egg Producers: What does your future look like?

What does your future look like? Background Information In the early years of American agriculture, the majority of farmers raised chickens; these farmers produced eggs for either their own personal consumption, or for sale- whether this was to friends, neighbors, or the local grocer. However, the composition of the American egg…

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