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The Regulator Boards and Denominations of Origin of Spain are jumping on the bandwagon of the new technologies in the viniculture sector

The Jerez Regulator Board sets-out its experience in the application of new software at FENAVIN

06.05.2009 | 

This morning a session on "New Technologies in the advanced management of the Regulator Boards and Denominations of Origin" has taken place within the frame of the National Trade Fair on Wine, FENAVIN-2009, the same organized by the Spanish Conference of Viticulture Regulator Boards (CECRV).

At the encounter, aimed at CECRV's technical team, which is constituted by secretaries, directors and managers that are integrated in the CECRV, about 50 regulator boards and denominations of origin have participated from practically all of Spain's autonomous communities.

César Saldaña, Director of the Jerez Regulator Board, along with Antonio Villasanz, Head of Administration for this Board, and Javier Prieto, Representative of the company GSI Gestión de Informática, have been responsible for directing the meeting in which they have set-out the works that are taking place in the bosom of the Jerez Regulator Board in technological innovation matters, application of which may be extended to the rest of the Conference, given that "a regulator board is a body in charge of managing control, ranging right from the vine to the bottle that is corked and ready to be put on a shelf".

Despite the fact that all regulator boards currently have management software, the advance in new technologies allows applying new tools that substitute software that is becoming obsolete. Also, the modifications that are taking place in the legal regulations, such as community regulations, national laws, autonomic laws, decrees, orders, etc., imply that more technical, modern and practical applications are required for development of the work carried out by the Regulator Boards.

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