One characteristic of digitalization is the collecting and typing of data. A lot of things in the agri and food sector go automatically by sensors that directly send their data to computers. Still, there are many forms to be filled out manually in situations where farmers could need both hands. The GeTie developer-team of EQAsce has met the software developers of the company dawin and jointly work on the question, if the programed voice-input-tool – which is at work worldwide for the bonitation of plants – could be used at inspection tours for recording data about feeding behavior and health status of animals at stables. smatrix is the name of the software and it is the interface between the voice recording and a computer program such as Excel. The advantage: Instead of writing down data and typing it into a computer afterwards the voice-input-tool directly fills out the connected files on the computer during the inspection tour. Jointly with the dawin team, EQAsce wants to further develop this technology within its projects and initiatives for tailor-made solutions. The long-term aim of this digitalization strategy is: Data-packages that belong to products, such as piglets, calves or animals for slaughter, will be part of the product in the future and will be sold with it. This belongs to new organizational-technical business models for individual data systems of the future.