Our mission is to make development aid redundant because all value is distributed fairly across the global supply chain. To do so, your brand needs to set the ground ready for such a change.
We will design a theory of change together and decide what infrastructure is needed to achieve the impact events.
This is the starting point. We will sit together and help you decide what you want to change for the better…
Image from Marc Jans, 2017
Our Digital platform with an overview of every step in the value chain for full transparency.
The idea is that from the platform the supply chain manager can send a batch of products to the next step (for instance from washing to hulling to roasting to packaging) and gets a pricing proposal from the actor in the next step.
“As a purposeful brand, we need full traceability across the supply chain, showing every transaction to every actor. However, our current ERP system does not enable us to do that.”
The data that the actors put in the system via their screens end up in the FairChain database. The asset tracker shows an overview of the data. Once a batch is submitted at any step of the supply chain, the actor of the next step sees the batch and can place a pricing proposal. The brand can approve the price and the process continues.
The producer registration app gives producers in the first mile of the supply chain a digital identity, so FairChain can onboard them and allocate their harvest. Also, producers can announce how much product they have for sale and receive an offer.
Farmers require a digital identity to be able to onboard the FairChain programmes for radical transparency and radical engagement. Next to this, there should be a place for producers to announce how much of a product they have for sale.
A local guide with a smartphone registers the producer. This creates a digital identity for the producer in FairChain system.
When a producer has some products to sell, they can ask the local guide to submit the amount on the app. Brands will see the availability and bid an offer. If the producer accepts the bid, the deal is done.
For example, a coffee farmer gets registered via the local guide. She says that she has 50Kg of coffee cherries. The guide puts it on the app. Moyee places a bid and when the farmer accepts, the deal is made.
We create a different web app screen for each actor in the supply chain. With this app, an actor can create a batch, process it and submit it.
An actor sees a batch is ready to be processed. The actor makes a pricing proposal and when the brand approves it, the actor can start processing.
We choose the best existing data capturing tools such as FarmForce depending on the type of the project to feed data to our system. We collect data to grasp the market baseline, living income standards and check the impact events.
Collecting the correct data correctly is an important part of the process to measure the real outcome of a positive impact.
We collect data through different software and channels, sometimes as simple as a spreadsheet. The data enters our system and we will manage it there.
For example, when a tree is being planted, we capture the data by a spreadsheet, uploading a real photo, the geographical location and the person who received it.