Two global leaders in cloud-based software join forces to focus on farmer success
MINNEAPOLIS, February 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Conservis, a global leader in solutions-based farm management software (FMS), and AgriWebb, a market-leading global provider of digital livestock business management software, announce a new co-marketing partnership.
By providing farmers who raise both crops and livestock access to robust technologies, this collaboration emphasizes the strengths of their respective solution sets. This uniquely positions Conservis and AgriWebb to develop an ecosystem where farmers have direct access to their platforms and, over time, other qualified partners. Although there are no integrated technologies involved, both companies believe there is real value for their customers in bringing the best of both technologies to farmers.
“We partner to solve problems for our customers who need solutions for both crops and livestock, and through this partnership we will continue to provide better ways of working together for our customers,” said Pat ChristiePresident at Conservis.
AgriWebb and Conservis believe that this attention to the needs of the farmer will drive the success of the collaboration. Both companies recognize the challenges farmers face when planning, tracking and tracing on-farm, whether for crops or livestock. Farmers are increasingly relying on cloud-based platforms to harness data. This allows diversified producers to add their farming expenses to the Conservis farm management system to get a complete financial picture of their operation. AgriWebb and Conservis provide them with actionable records and reports to make on-the-spot decisions.
“At AgriWebb, we believe that like-minded, innovative companies coming together to create a connected ecosystem are essential for digital technologies to deliver on their promise to farmers and ranchers. We are delighted to partner with Conservis, who share our values and our commitment to serving farmers and ranchers with actionable, data-driven insights,” said Kevin Baumco-founder and CEO of AgriWebb.
Conservis is committed to providing producers with advanced tools to manage agricultural activity. This includes creating additional partnerships with other industry leaders that allow farmers to maximize their profitability, whether they are in carbon, grain marketing, crop insurance or even area of CPA focused on agriculture. Conservis’ commitment to this exciting new ecosystem is sustained by its ownership structure.
The first step to creating this new ecosystem is the partnership between Conservis and AgriWebb. Each company shares a commitment to helping farmers who are looking for a complete set of tools to grow their business.
Founded in 2014 by fifth generation farmers, AgriWebb is the livestock business management solution that drives our industry forward. Our cutting-edge digital solutions enable producers and livestock innovators across the supply chain to transform everyday on-farm data into powerful, connected business insights that unlock a more profitable, efficient and sustainable future. We believe that the farmers who carry on the legacy of the ranching industry are also stewards of our society’s future; of a fertile planet and a nourished population. Trusted by over 11,500 farmers worldwide, responsible for monitoring over 20 million animals and welcoming over 250 new users each month, AgriWebb is the single connected platform that enables our industry to lead the way. towards a more prosperous future.
Preserved is a global powerhouse in farm management software, providing row and perennial crop growers with the digital tools and information needed to succeed. Web and mobile platforms offer comprehensive planning tools, real-time data capture, and insightful analytics to support better decision-making and effective reporting. Founded in 2009, Conservis remains dedicated to advancing the business of agriculture.
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