The Crop Protection Canada Connectivity (CPCC) Project’s purpose is to streamline the crop protection supply chain in Canada by implementing industry defined business processes and functions, and electronically connecting using an industry standard set of messaging tools. CPCC participants will increase efficiencies and reduce the cost of doing business by using a proven approach already in use in the Crop Protection industry.
In 2004-2006 the crop protection industry in the U.S. conducted a connectivity project to connect trading partners for the order-to-invoice process as well as inventory and sales reporting electronically. Currently the U.S. is conducting business electronically for approximately 70+% of domestic purchases. The Canadian crop protection industry recognizes the value of electronic connectivity and is working to adapt the tools used in the U.S. to meet its specific needs.
Heather Byrne Moumdjian, NA eBusiness Lead, DuPont Crop Protection - chair of governing committee
The Canadian crop protection companies saw the value the U.S. companies gained from the benefits of eConnectivity, so they created this project in 2014. The group has created a self-directed implementation phase.
Increase eConnectivity in the crop protection companies within Canada for the order-to-invoice processes.
CPCC Commitment Letter - 6_24_2013
CPCC Press Release - Jan 2012
CPCC Project Charter
CPCC Value Calculator for Buyer [XLS]
CPCC Value Calculator for Seller[XLS]
CPCC-Get Connected Information
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