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Predictability from the ground up
Jan 22

Building our way up with data driven decision making

Data is information, and without information we know little of what needs to be done to get the desired results. At Unispice we gather data from all over the chain, which gives us real insight into what’s happening, allowing us to adapt as things happen and ensure a consistent fill rate all year round. 

Data is one of the pivotal parts that has allowed us to standardize our operations and make it resilient. We understand the tasks and conditions necessary to produce the right amount of product and we can track progress using this same data. The result of these efforts are informed decisions which allow us to adapt and optimize our practices. 

When it comes to weather changes, everybody watches the weather channel or simply checks their phones for similar data that will help them dress for a rainy day. In Unispice, our data allows us to study weather patterns, yield curves, potential risks, etc. That helps us make decisions on which crops to grow, how much water we should add, what nutrients the plants will need and what kind of produce should be planted in order to meet market demands as efficiently as possible. 

Market predictions play a crucial role in influencing the decision-making process for planting produce. By analyzing market data and predictions, we determine which crops to plant and in what quantities to meet market needs effectively. For example, if market predictions indicate a high demand for a particular crop, we choose to allocate more resources and land to cultivate that crop. We plan ahead and adjust our planting strategies based on expected market conditions.

The role of data is fundamental to our production not just because we can solve issues but we can also anticipate and manage risks associated with weathers, pests, market fluctuations and other key variables. We can identify patterns that can help us predict and mitigate risks, making proactive decisions and implementing preventive measures to minimize losses and disruptions between processes. 


Data plays a crucial role in helping us adapt practices and avoid unpredictable scenarios. Here are a few ways data helps us in the process: 

1. Real time Monitoring:

Collecting and analyzing real-time data on weather conditions, soil moisture levels, and crop health, etc. we can make informed decisions to adapt promptly. 

2. Predictive Analytics:

Data analysis provides insights into historical patterns and trends, helping us anticipate potential scenarios and plan accordingly.

3. Market Analysis:

Data on market trends helps us design our planting schedules to meet market needs effectively so we avoid overproduction or underproduction. 

4. Collaborative Platforms:

Data on market trends helps us design our planting schedules to meet market needs effectively so we avoid overproduction or underproduction. 

In summary, data plays a vital role in standardizing operations, scaling production and guaranteeing fill rates. At Unispice, data is key to enable process optimization, ensuring consistency and quality, facilitating informed decision-making, managing risks, and aligning production with market demands.

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