Tea Garden Software

Tea Garden Web Based ERP Software GST Ready

The web based ERP software GST compliant developed jointly with Ray Computech Private Limited covers tea gardens and the Head Office. It covers the entire gamut of tea garden activity starting from plucking of tea to despatch from the factory. Teapac consists of Payroll (including Rations, Census and Welfare), Inventory, Accounting, Field, Manufacturing and Budgeting. The Head Office modules comprises Sales (Auction, Private, Consignment and Export), Purchases and Materials, Accounting and Head Office integrated MIS reports. It is based on modules which integrate with each other so that there is no duplication or redundancy of data. The software would replace earlier legacy systems which are now obsolete (DOS/Foxpro) and a host of MIS reporting on Excel.

Implement Teapac today for GST ready reporting in the tea estates and HO.


TEAPAC Summary Presentation
TEAPAC Detailed Tea Estate Presentation
TEAPAC FAQ(Frequently Asked Question)
List of Tea Gardens using Teapac
TEAPAC List of Reports

System configuration for Teapac (Recommended)

Hardware: Pentium Duel Core & Core i processor upwards; 1TB Hard Disk Drive and 4 GB RAM.
OS: Windows 7 / Windows10 Professional
LAN:Local area connection

For full information please do visit our site www.rdgteapac.com

  • Teapac is compliant with new Assam Incentives 2010!
  • Implement Teapac in your gardens today and get the correct incentives computed from the system from Day 1!
  • The Assam tea industry has revised the incentives for tea-leaf plucking forworkers in Brahmaputra Valley . The decision came just a couple of months after wage revision of tea garden workers by the industry.The decision was arrived at a meeting between representatives of the tea industry from Indian Tea Association (ITA), Tea Association of India (TAI), Bharatiya Chah Parishad (BCP), Assam Tea Planters’ Association (ATPA) and North Eastern Tea Association (NETA) and Assam Chah Mazdoor Sangha (ACMS) in Dibrugarh in Upper Assam .
  • At the meeting it was agreed that minimum plucking task during ‘ticca’ period (which is generally from June to October) would be revised from 21 kgs to 23 kgs per day from the upcoming season.
  • The incentive for extra leaf plucking, for output above minimum task of 23 kgs, was enhanced in two slabs, with a view to affectiing improvement in productivity. First, anything plucked extra than 23 kgs to average output of the garden would be paid 55 paise per kg. And, anything plucked above the average output of the garden would be paid Re. 1 per kg.
  • Average output of the garden is arrived at by dividing green leaf harvest during ticca period of last three consecutive year by man-day’s deployed for plucking during the same period.


Teapac Seminar

RDG Systems held a seminar with 32 leading tea companies at the Williamsom Magor Hall , Royal Exchange Building on 27th Nov 2009. The seminar showcased RDG’s Teapac ERP soft ware for both plantations and the Head Office. Large companies like Williamson Magor, Andrew Yule, Goodricke Group, Warren Tea etc attended along with numerous smaller companies. The presentation was well received with numerous enquiries for the ERP system for both the tea gardens as well as Head Office.

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