Another year is coming to the end. Can you imagine?! The time flies by fast, doesn’t it?
The end of the year is the perfect time to reflect the past year, and plan the year ahead. If you don’t do that every year, we encourage you to sit down and take a few hours to look back at all you have experienced, achieved and discovered during the last 12 months. Why would you do something like that? Simply – to be able to improve in the year to come.
Few questions you can ask yourself in order to improve in every aspect of your life:
- What went well this year?
- What surprised you most?
- What did this year teach you?
- What needs to be left behind?
Taking into account answers to those questions you can set your next year goals and ask yourself where do you want to be at the end of 2019?
We did our job – looked back and set goals for the year to come.
Looking back on the year 2018 at eVineyard we introduced two new features:
- eVineyard GPS tracker for automated work tracking, and
- eVineyard automatic irrigation control system together with our partner Vinduino from the USA.
- We have also introduced the new version of our product called eVineyard LITE. This product was made especially for small winegrowers. As our vision is to help winegrowers of different size with crucial vineyard management decisions.
Of course, none of the features would be possible without you, winegrowers as you inspire us with your “problems” in order for us to push harder and make your work easier.
This year taught us that there are still a lot of problems that winegrowers need a solution for, and it’s on us to deliver the solutions in the year to come. Therefore, for 2019 we set the next goals for ourselves:
- Release an improved simple to use solution for small family-owned growers.
- Develop several new features in order to make winegrowers work a little bit easier, including GIS mapping, DSS for fertilization, and more.
Now is your turn to answer to all of the questions and set your goals for 2019. Also, feel free to advise us if there is something more that you would like to have in eVineyard.
Since the end of the year is a holiday spirit season, take some time and celebrate the past year’s hard work together with your loved ones. We know winegrowing is a 365-day operation, but still, a little fun hurts nobody. 😉