Most of today’s Indonesian and Malaysian palm oil estates use traditional methods of data collection.
How to simplify plantation management, improve efficiency, reduce cost, and increase productivity in plantation operations management system

Reporting takes weeks or months to produce so decisions are reactive instead of proactive. eKomoditi has developed an easy-to-use Android application that plantations can use more efficiently.

Electronic Plantation Control System (ePCS) is an operations management software implemented in palm oil plantations aimed at increasing the amount of data available on plantations.

eKomoditi has a proven track record of simplifying plantation management, improving efficiency, reducing cost, and increasing productivity.


ESG Commitment

eKomoditi's mission is to make Southeast Asia agriculture more sustainable through technology. Our pillars include maximizing production per hectare thereby reducing environmental impact, adding complete transparency of human labor management, and monitoring corporate governance through data to make sure they comply with regulatory standards.

Palm oil sustainability starts with managing existing plantations at peak efficiency. Workers benefit from this system as all working hours, performance, and holiday is recorded into a database. Plantations can make sure labor laws are being followed. With commitment to transparency, compliance to laws and regulations, and continuous improvement at the foundation of sustainability, eKomoditi can assist plantations reach their goals.

Benefits for plantations: Labor Fraud Monitoring, Harvesting Quality Control, Same Day Reporting, Traceability and Audit and Budgeting and Forecasting Capability

Data that is collected: Harvester Information, Production and Yield, GPS / GPS Coordinates, Satellite Time Stamps, Material Usage and Transportation

Keywords: Prevent Ghost Worker, Monitoring Leftover Fruit, Control Materials Usage, Anticipate Delay Report, Bunches Sorting, Tracking Coordinate, Business Intelligence Report


Check out what are clients are saying about us ...

Since the implementation of eKomoditi's ePCS system in our palm oil estate, our production has experienced a significant increase in output. ePCS makes the process of quality control, calculating, delivering, and selling palm oil fruits into a transparent and systematic process. Quality control can also be done more effectively because reports in the field can be accessed in real-time.

Mr. Kevin Kalengkongan
Owner at PT ALPIN Group
Electronic Plantation Control System (ePCS) is an operations management software
Implemented in palm oil plantations aimed at increasing the amount of data available plantations.
#1. Bunches Sorting
Bunches sorting is one of the CPO quality controls that will be produced both in terms of quantity and quality. Inequalities counts of fruits between infield and mill sorting cause yield losses.
#2. Tracking Coordinate
Job assignment location error impacts on upkeep report and work progress. EPCS application will track on-the-work coordinate positions to assign jobs and deploy staff more effectively.
#3. Prevent Ghost Bunches
Ghost Bunches Mark-up of harvest quantity by workers. Similar to Ghost Workers, Ghost Bunches have a significant impact on the companys payroll.
#4. Prevent Ghost Workers
Ghost workers and fake workdays have a significant impact on the company's payroll. Whatever, this is a grand scheme and conspiracy to steal money from a company.
#5. Monitoring Leftover Fruits
Leftover fruit can be monitored so that it can be loaded up to the truck bin and transporting from the field. Unmonitored leftover fruits properly cause significant losses.
#6. Control Materials Usage
Control materials usage is systematic control over the materials at all stages such as procurement, storage, and infield. It will keep in maintaining the regular and uninterrupted flow of the materials.
#7. Anticipate Delay Report
All fresh fruit bunches harvested in the plantations are delivered to the mills within 24 hours. Doing so results in a higher yield and quality of crude palm oil at the mills.
#8. Paperless Reporting
Paperless reporting meets the principles and criteria of sustainability and traceability, also anticipates unexpected disasters such as fires, earthquakes, and others.
Palm oil sustainability starts with managing existing plantations at peak efficiency
EPCS Application can be used to record data and enable real monitoring of some aspects of the problems that have the potential to cause losses

The use of Digital Technology in the palm oil plantation business process is set to achieve this by enabling information and knowledge about different phases (for example fertilization, pest management, harvesting, worker management, etc) and critical data to be delivered in an accurate, complete, concise and timely manner for decision making and analysis. The information provided by the system must be in user-friendly form, easy to access, cost-effective, and well protected from unauthorized access.

We strive to make technology integrate seamlessly with your business so your business can grow. As your technology partner, when your business grows ours will grow with you, therefore, we will work for hand in hand with you to support your growth in order to Increase Data Accuracy, Increase Transfer Data Speed, Improve Process Efficiency, Traceability to the Source and Sustainability, Improve the Field Process Control Function Storage, Backup, and Disaster recovery, and Identity and Networking