Traceability Decision Tree and Planning Tool
Agriculture Victoria has developed two tools to help deepen your understanding of what traceability is and how it can be applied to your business.
The Traceability Decision Tree and the Traceability Planning Tool are free resources that are straightforward to complete and will help you with future planning and decision-making.
Now that you’ve followed the 5 steps to traceability with our Quick Start Guide, it’s time to get specific about which system to put in place.
Use our online decision trees to pinpoint your traceability needs.
And complete our cost-benefit analysis to find the right traceability system for your business.
Visit agriculture.vic.gov.au/traceability to find out more about traceability systems.
Authorised by the Victorian Government, 1 Treasury Place, Melbourne.
A decision tree is a series of questions and answers to help understand where you are in your traceability journey.
The system you choose must fit within your current business model. Using a process like this quick start guide will help identify areas of business improvement to save time, money and labour. Remember:
- Use the decision tree to help understand your needs from a traceability system.
- Knowing your traceability system needs will help technology providers assist with their services.
Ask questions – speak to your supply chain partners and industry colleagues about how they use traceability in their businesses.
Traceability Decision Tree
Do you currently have a traceability system in your business? If you are unsure whether you’re using a traceability system, start here.Find your answer
Traceability Planning Tool
What traceability system is right for your business? If you already have a traceability system, start here.Start your plan