As Donna and Jayne wrap up their visit to Vietnam, they were treated to some American fare on one of their last nights.
We expect them back in the office today. Hopefully they will have recovered from the jet lag! Stay tuned for a wrap-up post.
Donna and Jayne sure are busy. Long days at the Japfa Comfeed farm, coupled with 2-3 hours of commuting to and from Ho Chi Minh City, mean that they don't always have time to write about their day's experiences... but I usually do get some photos!
Training a whole group of people to use new software is always a challenge. People get comfortable with what they currently use, and change can be difficult for some. But for Japfa Comfeed, the challenge is even greater, because they have never used p ...
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I received a few photos from Donna today, showing the Japfa Comfeed team still hard at work with training.
... and the obligatory photo from dinner :)
It's been a long hard week, but the Japfa Comfeed folks are still smiling!
To celebrate the end of the week, Donna and Jayne were treated to a Japanese style bbq. (I know, they are making us all jealous with all the photos of food!)
A few bumps today related to data collection vs. best practice; here the team is discussing weaning events and what the best practice will be for recording their wean shipments directly to the nurseries with the farm staff. These types of discussions are so important to the success of an organization and the implementation of software. I must say it was super nice to be able to have all parties involved in the process from the controllers, data administrator, farm manager, production manager and ...
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