Multi-complex viewing and control
The new PMSI Web-Based DASHboard for web browsers can help managers easily access production and processing data for all company wide complexes.
How can DASH help?
Use a mobile device, phone or tablet to access production/processing dates at any location where internet is available
Compare the quality of feed, water and temperature between company sites
Intuitive interface to help generate the quickest impact on bird performance
What if you could pick up your phone and see real-time production data (feed, temperature, water, etc) on every complex in your company? You can soon!
With multiple sites collecting and monitoring production data, the PMSI web-based dashboard allows access from virtually any computer, phone, or tablet. This access provides a way for management to quickly look across operations and prioritize areas of improvement.
Now easier than ever to collect data and monitor production: Back in the 70’s there was very little automated production information available. We used clipboards, notepads, and sometimes would make use of a computer spreadsheet. As time passed, data collection and control over the barn has dramatically improved. The new PMSI web-based DASH provides a way for management to quickly see multiple operations in a single glance.
Because data is stored in the cloud and/or a central location, managers can easily access pertinent production information or a report via their smart phone or tablet. In a matter of seconds, they can turn data into production improvements.
A wide variety of analysis capabilities:
Thanks to cloud technologies, producers can collect production data from multiple plants and store it centrally in the cloud. With all the data in one location, producers are able to accumulate and summarize information in an assortment of ways, providing managers meaningful insight across operations. They can compare the quality of variables, such as feed, water, and temperature between company sites. This helps the managers to minimize bird environment differences and maximize profits for the owner. A global view of bird health with the objective of continuous process improvement can give a distinct competitive advantage for today’s producers.
Intuitive information: Managers can see at a glance how each site is performing. They can prioritize improvements depending on which will generate the quickest positive impact on flock performance.
PMSI’s new DASH is easy to understand and simple to navigate: By making use of PMSI’s web-based dashboard, managers can better determine if they are on the right track. Using a browser to check conditions in the house against predetermined target levels will provide feedback to make improvements and corrections to the birds’ environment.
Native app for fast and easy access: The native app for the phone will allow you to easily tap and open the app and access all the information you need quickly.
PMSI HIRES PROJECT MANAGER
Poultry Management Systems, Inc. (PMSI) is pleased to announce the addition of Brandon Mulnix to our team as Project Manager. Brandon will help manage customer projects from beginning end.
Brandon’s focus will include process-focused tasks to improve the customer experience and build efficiencies into the product delivery. New projects are handed off from the sales team to Brandon who will manage it through to completion. He will be customer focused and communicate all project changes to the customer and PMSI team.
Favorite part of Job: My favorite part is working with the great team at PMSI and with egg producers across the United States.
Hobbies: Riding my Can-Am Spyder, trail running and hunting turkey and deer.
Previous employment background:
- 1 ½ years in manufacturing of electrical accessories as a PMP certified Project Manager responsible for new product development and continuous improvement projects.
- 20 years in emergency medical services as a manager and paramedic responsible for saving lives and the logistics management of the service.
Please join us in welcoming Brandon to our PMSI team. You can contact him at 616-265-0752 or firstname.lastname@example.org