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1Welcome to this presentation of INTROTESTIMONYgeneral greetingspride in the presentation of sugar4time for questions on details of SUGAR4 after workshopclickPROUDLY MADE IN NEGROSTHE SUGARCANE FARMING SOFTWARE
2Serving the Philippine Sugar Industry since 1994. PHILSUTECH /CEBU /56th(August, 2009)Hagonoy/Mindanao(HYSF-Davao Sugar, November, 2008)Larrazabal Serafica Chu Lian Te TorresPlanters’ AssociationBacolod/Negros Occidental(Manager’s Workshop, May, 2009)Bacolor/Pampanga(Kit’s Farm, April, 2007)Cagayan Valley (URC-Lamata, April, 2011)Concepcion/Tarlac(AABC, March, 2008)Cauayan – Isabela(GFII-ECOF, February, 2011)
3The number of SUGAR4 users grow as benefits are realized. TITO ESCARIOParaiso Agricultural CorpFLORENCIO ALONSO JR.Merced JavellanaEcharriParaisoConchitaBinubuhanLOURDES MONFORTConstanciaGalo-NuningAlicante OppenJOCELYN JOY GOMEZHacienda AmparoBENJAMIN JALANDONI IIIBTCB EnterprisesBAL LUMAYNOJETCE Agro DevelopmentCorp.PAUL CHANGHacienda SagradoHacienda Sto. NiñoATTY JOEY BENEDICTOAGROTERREDR. BHEL MAGALLANESHacienda BellabailERIC JEREZAHacienda AuroraFRANCIS GOLEZMa. Cecilia - SilayMICHAEL TREBOLIsabelitaMARINA YAOJavellana Agri-Ind. FarmsJOHN BONNINJGB FarmsANDRES BENEDICTOAmbacPredemManganogAsayROSENDO LOPEZANTON LACSONBasaGINGO VALMAYORVilla RosaRAFAEL GOLEZMa. Cecilia - SilayALFONSO T. GARCIAHacienda TinihabanABRAHAM DE DIOSHacienda SalomeHacienda CristinaHacienda DitchingBONIFACIO PEÑASUMI-ASTROBMP FarmsJEFF MANNDEVON FarmsNEGROS WOMEN for TOMORROW FOUNDATIONDR. NUEL V. ABELLONVA FarmsEDUARDO / PEPE LEDESMALEVAR Development CorpJING ZALDARRIAGA ZadecorMARJO TECSON Tromar FarmsLEO REY YANSON LRY FarmsFREDDIE ZAYCO Kibuya Agro Development CorpMAGDALENO PEÑARENATO C. YULOSLC FarmsRUPERT SUAREZHacienda FeliciaFREDERICO MONTINOLA Hda. AlicanteRAYMOND MONTINOLAHda. ManaloCARMELA VALLEY AGRI CORP.FRANCIS DE LA RAMA Hda. Santo RosarioLUIS MARTIN Martin Agro Ind. CorporationORSON ONGHacienda OliviaEMILIO YOUNGMZC AgroGLENN LEONARDIALS FARMSERIC GALLAGAGaluzOlympiaPaghidaetFRANCIS GASTONBuenretiroIndayMANNY LACSONGloriaSan AntonioMIGUEL LAMATACamboilaoCalusayanTOMMY VILLANUEVAOliva IIFRANCISCO MANALOSan JulioHossanaMabinayBindoyAGNES VILLARHerra PlantationJULIO MANALOSTEPHEN SYHacienda PamelaROMULO PUENTEVELLACinco HermanasCarmenchitaLodesPaghidaetMacamigCarmelGinsang-anMarigasaVacongTONY TREBOL /MIKE HINOJALESUbayGrandeCanticbilAlipionMa. CeciliaCarvinaBonifacioMaytubigEnriquetaBuhianManolitaPasanghilanFlorenciaBacayanBariwPurisimaBaliliSto. NiñoCandelariaNavidadBegoniaRAMON DEL PRADOSta. FlorentinaTangculoganLOPE L. CONSINGLuisita – CadizTagabanonJoerobGolezSan EnriquePABCIDAslumSan CarlosGERRY LEDESMAMatagoyManaloConchitaBagaasEreñetaMa. LuisaVirgen del PilarDos MariasColisapJEAN TREBOLSan MiguelLEM AgriGINA B. MARTINChiquitaColisapConcepcionConsolacionMalogoSan DiegoJOSE MA. GASTONSan JoseSta. RosaliaMambalosoGliceriaSan AntonioAmparoMaritaldanNenaGJ SARROSASalvacionSoniaGonzagaConcepcionBulanonTaba-aoDanaoBENNY JALANDONIChamberyAngelitaMalinongARTURO LEDESMASta. TeresaMARI MENDEZONAMinuluanProgresoOfeliaLumangob-SianTONY MONTELIBANOHacienda BinitinRAOUL FLORESDominiqueConcha-EsteLoresEncarnacionFelisaEfigeniaCHONA FLORESPayhumHanilNOEL TA-ALATa-ala FarmsMANUEL PUEYAnna Kristina FarmsMARILOU LOPEZCHLOE CRUZHacienda LuisitaMulawinLanatanRAMON JALANDONINico CorpFELI MONTELIBANOBART LACSONDoll Agri CorporationAndrew FarmsBill FarmsMacasaUNIFEDFEDERICO SANSONHacienda MajaELSIE HINLORhea AgroNEIL LIZARESMatab-angROBERTO CUAYCONGDel Norte FarmsCACNajalin FarmsJUN LLAMASVictoriaBungahinMARTIN CARMONATrinidad Agro CorpSERGIO HILADOPolingPampangaSoledadBagacayCaliforniaFRANKLIN FUENTEBELLAGolden AgriRAFAEL G. ABELLOProgresoMa. AntoniaAliciaNalipayGarazonSan AgustinSan RemegioMa. PazMagdalenaGaloSan RafaelFRANCIS CAMPOSSocorro - PontevedraSanti - MurciaMIGUEL CANOFlorindaROBERTO CUENCACristina FarmsREFERALS1994 to present . . .SUGAR4 currently manages the processing of data and the flow of information for over 90,000 hectares of sugar land!Data that form the information in previous slide.The number of SUGAR4 users grow as benefits are realized.Growth of user base
4Latest addition to the list of SUGAR4 subscribers: Trino Salvador Montinola Silay Terence Uygongco RoxasJames Ledesma Silay Wilfredo Anglo BacolodJay Jalandoni Silay Paolo Sanson ManaplaBio-Mass Resources (GHI) San Carlos Lloyd Chu Ormoc Inaki Isasi Hinigaran Jesus Zaldariaga Cadiz Luis Zuloaga Hinigaran Bonifacio Peňa MuciaJose Mari Consing Bacolod Yusay La Carlota Alessandro Lacson Cadiz Jovy Galo ManaplaNadina Gustillo Cadiz Henry Yusay BacolodSweet Crystals, Inc. Pampanga Stella Chua La CarlotaKit’s Farm Pampanga Paul Chang CadizAll Asian BioEthanol Corp Tarlac Pia Dabao SilayGenevieve Mapa Talisay Jose Muňoz OlongapoLarrazabal Farms Ormoc Tony Laurel BatangasGloria Gensoli Bacolod Danmar Farm IloiloSIMAG Silay Serafica Farms OrmocRaymond Tongson Himamaylan Amalia L. Lizares SilayManuel V. Torres, Inc. Ormoc Jovy Gallo ManaplaCL Cane Growers (Hda. Luisita) Tarlac Leizl V. Sanson BacolodGreen Future Innovations, Inc. Cauayan, Isabela Fernando Gonzaga SilayIgnacio Lamata & Company Cagayan Valley OGV & Sons BacolodHigh Yield Sugar Farm Hagonoy/Cotabato Nestor Jalandoni SilayEduardo Gargar Sagay Agro Wide Farms BacolodMar/Nico Solinap Iloilo Alfonso Siason BacolodJOSE MA. GASTONGERRY LEDESMAROMEO LEDESMAGINA B. MARTINJEAN TREBOLTONY TREBOLMIKE HINOJALESGJ SARROSAOLITO DE LA RAMAERIC JEREZAAGNES VILLARTONY MONTELIBANOLOPE L. CONSINGRAMON DEL PRADOTOMMY VILLANUEVABENNY JALANDONIARTURO LEDESMAFRANCISCO MANALOMARILOU LOPEZJOCELYN JOY GOMEZLOURDES MONFORTJOHN BONNINMICHAEL TREBOLJULIO MANALOMARINA YAOANDRES BENEDICTOFRANCIS GOLEZMARI MENDEZONAJUN LLAMASMIGUEL LAMATAMANNY LACSONRAFAEL G. ABELLOSERGIO HILADOANTON LACSONMARTIN CARMONACHONA FLORESRAOUL FLORESBOBBY ESCALANTEROBERTO CUENCAFELI MONTELIBANOBENJAMIN JALANDONI IIICACNEIL LIZARESFRANCIS CAMPOSJEFF MANNEDUARDO / PEPE LEDESMABONIFACIO PEÑABART LACSONFRANCIS GASTONRAMON JALANDONIFRANKLIN FUENTEBELLASTEPHEN SYERIC GALLAGAROSENDO LOPEZROMULO PUENTEVELLAMIGUEL CANOGINGO VALMAYORROBERTO CUAYCONGNOEL TA-ALAELSIE HINLOFEDERICO SANSONMANUEL PUEYRUPERT SUAREZUNIFEDFLORENCIO ALONSO JR.TITO ESCARIOBAL LUMAYNODR. BHEL MAGALLANESATTY JOEY BENEDICTOPAUL CHANGALFONSO T. GARCIAABRAHAM DE DIOSCARMELA VALLEY AGRI CORPJING ZALDARRIAGAFEDERICO MONTINOLAFRANCIS GASTONPARAISO FOOD PROCESSORSFREDDIE W. ZAYCOMANOLITO V. LOPEZFRANCIS DE LA RAMACECILE LEDESMALEO REY YANSONLUIS Y. MARTINGLENN LEONARDIAEMILIO YOUNGORSON ONGMAGDALENO PEÑARENATO C. YULODR. NOEL V. ABELLONEGROS WOMEN for TOMORROW FOUNDATIONMANOLITO LOPEZMARTIN CUAYCONGSUGAR4 currently manages the processing of data and the flow of information for over 90,000 hectares of sugar land!New subscribersSince 1994!New subscribers
5Information Services SUGAR4 tells you how it is. ZONE III ZONE II LOCATIONLKGTCLKG/HATC/HASAN ENRIQUE2.39152.5863.74PONTEVEDRA1.9486.2144.39LA CARLOTA2.00144.8172.25HINIGARAN2.05110.3153.73MOISES PADILLA1.95192.4898.57ISABELA2.08161.2377.64BINALBAGAN2.01155.077.22KABANKALAN2.2322.3458.842.04155.7276.36ORIENTAL NEGROSLOCATIONLKGTCLKG/HATC/HATANJAY1.81153.7484.83ZONE IILOCATIONLKGTCLKG/HATC/HAEB MAGALONA2.28131.4857.75SILAY2.18173.9979.64TALISAY2.34136.8958.44MURCIA2.05146.1671.32MAAO-BAGO2.07147.4971.292.14152.2871.24SUMMARY (CY )LOCATIONLKGTCLKG/HATC/HAZONE I2.03144.2370.96ZONE II2.14152.2871.24ZONE III2.16139.8364.65ORIENTALNEGROS1.81153.7484.832.04149.7873.46ZONE ILOCATIONLKGTCLKG/HATC/HAESCALANTE1.90133.7070.49SAGAY100.5952.88CADIZ2.07161.8878.37MANAPLA1.96127.0164.94VICTORIAS142.6868.852.03144.2370.96Cost /HaCost /TCCost /LKg63,452.86894.24632.2851,782.26726.85516.0686,070.371,127.12837.9175,197.62886.40735.5267,386.79917.31666.54Productivity Ratio 1.58 1.941.19 1.36 1.50(CY )PRODUCTIONCOSTReturnsInformation ServicesIs this the optimum production in Negros ~75 tons?In a sugar producing unit, aside from the capability to capture data, processing tasks and bookkeeping, the program should at least be able to determine direct and indirect cost for a 50-kilogram bag of sugar (per field for agricultural, per process on the industrial and per activity for either). The program should be capable of activity-based costing. This ability would make it possible for managers and supervisors to streamline their operations toward productivity while maintaining a focus on production. The program should include hyperlinks for quick access to sites particular to trends and technologies for the industry.SUGAR4 tells you how it is.
6Here is what some people say about SUGAR4. “SUGAR4 is a good tool in increasing productivity in sugarcane farming; not only in the field but also in the office.”Mr. Jose Maria Gaston of Sherwood Farms (Director, Kabulig)Mrs. Gina Martin of BJB Agro-Industrial, Corporation (President, AHSSI)“The data I need to make a decision is provided by SUGAR4 making the management of our sugar business most efficient!.”Mrs. Chona Flores of Hda. Payhum & Hanil (Director, VIMACA)“More planters should get involved in this... make SUGAR4 part of their farm operation.”Mr. Jeff Mann of DEVON Farms (Englishman, farm in Bago City)“Since adopting the SUGAR4 software, the day-to-day running of our farming operations and the results achieved have improved significantly. We could not - and we will not - conduct our sugar cane business without Sugar4 being an integral part of our management system.”Mr. James Ledesma of SRA“Allow me to congratulate you and your associates for creating programs that will help the sugar industry modernize its farming control system in step with its goal to become competitive globally.”
7Benefits you get when you use SUGAR4. Benefits using SUGAR4 Efficient undertaking of administrative tasks (for example, payroll preparation, tracking of accounts, distribution of bonuses, computing contributions for SSS/PhilHealth, etc.) will free your staff to do more important work. Up to date warehouse reports can help lower inventory levels. Field reports can tell us which fields need attention. An organized record of equipment helps to determine which equipment is costly to maintain. With these routine tasks out of the way and armed with information, your people will have more time to focus on operations.
8Benefits you get when you use SUGAR4. Benefits using SUGAR4Tariff for sugar imports will soon be lifted. SUGAR4 can help you to be globally competitive by focusing on productivity as well as production. SUGAR4 measures productivity as the ratio of sugar sales over expense (productivity ratio). This is reported for each field with each cost identified. Determining how much a 50Kg bag of sugar costs as it comes out from the field seems like tedious work… with SUGAR4 it becomes an easy routine! Relevant and accurate information from monitoring field inputs and cultural practices can allow management to establish standards that could lower production cost.
9Benefits you get when you use SUGAR4. Benefits using SUGAR4Benefits you get when you use SUGAR4.
10Advance tools; the Crop Year Planner. COST component in reports:Field reports:
11One giant equation and a long list of variables! The running of a sugarcane plantation is becoming competitive. The business need to examine even the vaguely tangible. The summation of records must consider the indirect cost as equally important as direct to field cost.Generalization can be misleading. Purchase receipts, daily time reports, cane delivery receipts and other raw data are preferred over polished reports. The least human intervention in summarizing data will give the clearest overall picture.The information must come from records of those directly involved. Variables and assumptions should be kept to a minimum no matter how large the equation may seem.A feature that allows the manager to view operation from a macro perspective and the capability to drill into the details is useful. For example, in a farm setting, it would be great to view a color-coded map that can show which fields are making money as well as identify those that lose money; you can then click on a field of choice and examine the cost per activity or material used, the date it was done, who did what, and how much it cost to produce a bag of sugar from that field. The map can switch filters to show the schedule for harvest and monitor progress; show the whole farm distinguishing ratoon from new plants, display variety or even possible water problems. Graphs and curves are also good features. The program should cover procurement and resource management too. The sub-program for procurement should be able to report on inventory anytime and help maintain the minimum quantity levels for selected materials. It should be robust to transfer or return materials to and from the main warehouse, either to a remote warehouse or a supplier. The resource management module should allow for scheduling of resources and monitoring of activities, whether it is for repair, maintenance or usage. In making the decision on what features to have, the organization should distinguish what would be nice and what is relevant. Too many features could cost much and might even be a source of distraction.The decisions that management will make based on reliable information could boost PRODUCTIVITY.RememberP A C E
12. . . a PACE Application PROUDLY MADE IN NEGROS TESTIMONYPROUDLY MADE IN NEGROSTHE SUGARCANE FARMING SOFTWAREa PACE Application
13PACE PACE PLAN ADMINISTER EVALUATE COORDINATE pause-click PACE is focus of upgrades.PACE, stands for the roles of management in:PlanningAdministeringCoordinatingEvaluatingclickCOORDINATEEVALUATE
14Managing resources MANAGING RESOURCES click target of year's upgrade: 1. Mgt of resources2. Mgt of field activities3. Mgt of R&M4. soil conservation
15Managing field activities MONITORING FIELD ACTIVITIESManaging field activitiesClicks
17SUGAR4 tells you how it is…. EVALUATING RESULTSSUGAR4 tells you how it is….COST component in reports:Field reports:
18SUGAR4 tells you how it is…. EVALUATING RESULTSSUGAR4 tells you how it is….COST component in reports:Field reports:Click that to view sample reportField Productivity
19EVALUATING RESULTS ( . . . more advanced tools, Crop Year Planner.) COST component in reports:Field reports:
20EVALUATING RESULTS ( . . . more advanced tools, Crop Year Planner.) COST component in reports:Field reports:
21Helpdesk … phone support for SUGAR4 Developing a support system for the growing subscribers.Helpdesk … phone support for SUGAR4Monday to Saturday 8:30 am to 6:30 pm
22Developing a support system Developing a support system for the growing subscribers.Developing a support systempause-clickGrowth in the user base requires efficient support system1. Web based2. phone help-desk3. farm clerksclickwas conceived to facilitate interaction among users, HOMRES and mills.
23Exploring innovative ideas to serve client’s need. aabc
24Portability ANDROID PHONES AND TABLETS Taking SUGAR4 from the office to the field.PortabilityANDROID PHONES AND TABLETSpause-clicksugar4 is portable.clickseries of clicks (pda)