Royal van Zanten signs new Agriware contract

"We're ready for the new possibilities Agriware's advanced software has to offer. We're moving towards an integral working method. We call it 'the Royal Way of working,'" says Royal van Zanten's CFO Ernst Barendrecht.

Royal van Zanten wants more standardized processes
Royal van Zanten wants more standardized processes and integration with farms internationally. They can then quickly manage their processes in the Netherlands, laboratories in Uganda, and production in Colombia. Together with the Agriware team, they have recently made great strides to streamline processes using the software. Agriware offers in-depth insights that lets Royal van Zanten make better-informed choices. They can thus improve quality and increase margins.

Latest Microsoft technology
"We're proud that we've worked with a leading company like Royal van Zanten for so many years. Now it's time for the next step. To integrally align all processes, Royal van Zanten will largely use our standard product," says Ronald den Uil, Commercial Director, Mprise Agriware.

"The updated Agriware 365 suite integrates ERP with mobile apps (Operations) and dashboards with insights (Analytics). All that's based on the Business Central and Azure platform's latest Microsoft technology. That gives Royal van Zanten a fantastic foundation for the future."

Royal van Zanten employs more than 1,200 people and is an international leader in the breeding and propagation of cut flowers and potted plants. "With locations in 12 countries, keeping communication lines short is vital. The Mprise Agriware team contributes to that through continued innovation and brainstorming. Thanks to Mprise Agriware's horticulture roots, they know exactly what they're talking about," concludes Ernst.

For more information:
Royal van Zanten

Mprise Agriware
Tel: +31 (0) 318 508 810 

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