Our award-winning sustainability platform is underpinned by data from OFIS. AtSource gives you a single view of your supply chain sustainability parameters, plus insights to help you influence those factors for the better.
AtSource is helping us to empower farmers while giving you greater understanding of their work and lives. This can help you meet your own sustainability commitments and build trust with consumers.
The Integrated Impact Statement is a financial tool created by Olam to help make better business decisions and explain the impact of our actions more clearly. It’s designed to give greater insight into social, environmental and human factors and what affects them over the long-term.
While non-financial assets like intellectual and intangible capital account for a large part of our market value, they’re not included in current reporting models. We’ve challenged ourselves to introduce these into our thinking. This multi-capital approach will positively impact how we operate, delivering value to customers, partners and suppliers.
Olam Direct is a mobile app that puts power back in the hands of the farmer; letting them transact directly with ofi and giving them control over their sales and earnings. Roughly 5,400 Ghanaian smallholder farmers have used Olam Direct to negotiate better prices for their cashews.
It also offers access to advice, financing and supplies for those who struggle to find them otherwise. About 90,000 farmers are now using this transformational app.
Olam Farmer Information System (OFIS)
Using GPS and detailed surveys, OFIS give farmers a new level of insight into their own farms so they can increase yields and quality. OFIS data is collected by a global team 6,000-strong, and as well as farm data it includes important information about communities. For instance, if we see there’s no school in an area we know there might be a risk of child labor. Armed with this information, we can take action with our customers by building or refurbishing a school.
In a move by the Global Coffee Platform (GCP) to advance transparency and sustainability in the coffee value chain, two tiers of Olam International’s sustainability insights platform AtSource – AtSource Entry Verified1 and AtSource Plus - have been added as new sustainable sourcing schemes to the GCP Reporting on Sustainable Coffee Purchases programme2.
4,000 smallholder farmers in the remote growing region of Huehuetenango in Guatemala will benefit from technical training and resources designed to raise coffee quality and livelihoods.
Olam has been recognised for making a difference in farmers’ lives through its Olam Direct platform at Innovation Leader’s 2020 Impact Awards.