The Fair Farms Program is pleased to announce that workforce management software app Tātou has come onboard as a Gold Sponsor for the Fair Farms National Conference and Awards on October 14.

Tātou chief executive officer, Sidney Mazzi, said it only made sense to partner with Fair Farms’ conference given what the program stands for.

“The Fair Farms Program and Tātou both have common interest in making farms more efficient in terms of how the operations are managed,” Mr Mazzi said.

“Tātou is looking forward to sponsoring the Fair Farms Conference because we see this as an opportunity to support an ethical sourcing program that aligns with our goals of a more seamless operation that gives the grower more time to do what they do best – farm.

“This is an opportunity for us to explain how Tātou can help your business operations and at the same time track who is doing what around the farm.

“We are excited to head to Coffs Harbour, to introduce the Tātou app.”

Fair Farms Program Manager Sachin Ayachit said having Tātou as a Gold Sponsor compliments the Fair Farms program perfectly.

“Tātou is all about creating seamless operations for employers and employees and the Fair Farms Program fully supports integration of technology to address any challenges or pain points in the business,” Mr Ayachit said.

“Many fresh produce growers face daily challenges with often complicated red tape and if a grower can utilise Tātou to save them time and in the process find the time to address other concerns or not work into the night tidying up the books, it’s a win.”

The Fair Farms National Conference & Awards will take place on Friday, October 14 at the Opal Cove Resort, Coffs Harbour.

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