Cheese Grading Software
SI’s cheese grading software has revolutionised the way that maturation data is captured and managed. How? By providing skilled cheese graders with instant access to batch or product information, driven by real-times data capture, no matter where they are located.
SI’s cheese grading software updates entire batches in real-time, whenever blocks are graded. The software even reminds you whenever blocks are next due for re-grading and produces grading schedules. And, by using mobile devices, it’s quick and easy to record cheese grading information.
SI’s cheese grading application provides a real-time view of every block of cheese, its grade and where it’s located, ensuring older stock isn’t forgotten. And to ensure that your customers have the right products, it also automatically identifies the best products for them, based on the cheese profile.
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The software is also capable of tracking issues with cheese, such as green spot. By checking historical data and the make data, cheesemakers can analyse these factors. This analysis will help to determine what’s causing sub-standard cheeses, versus the higher quality cheeses that have the potential to deliver the highest revenue.
We’ve also simplified reporting, with either auto-generated on demand reports. Just select who should receive each report, when, how often and define the required information. For example:
- Which cheeses are due for inspection within the next seven days?
- Are there any overdue blocks?
- When will be the best time to cut, pack, and despatch the cheese?
Always know how your stock is maturing
Of course, the value of cheese depends on the grade it achieves. It’s the reason why batches have to be regularly tested.
With our cheese grading application you’ll always have a real-time stock view, no matter where your batches are kept, block ages and however many times regrading has been performed,
The application eliminates operator errors by gating options by cheese product. For example, the available choices for a cheddar would be restricted to grade, sub-grade and age. And, whenever operators need to access information, such as starter culture, it can be retrieved within seconds.