ALTOONA, Iowa--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--If you haven’t purchased your tickets to attend IDEAg Interconnectivity June 25- 27th at the Prairie Meadows Racetrack and Casino, you had better hurry. The first-of-its-kind event where interconnected ag solutions providers, precision ag users and producer thought leaders will converge to discuss the future of connected agriculture, plans to feature some of the top names in precision ag, smart phone apps and interconnected communication. As technology becomes available and agriculture more sophisticated, the IDEAg Interconnectivity Advisory Board wants to ensure that each producer can meet the growing demands of the global marketplace.
“AgSync is designed with flexibility, connectivity, and the future in mind. It can be custom deployed to manage the growing complexities in agricultural relationships, communication, integration, workflow, and wireless connectivity within a small business or the complex agricultural retailers businesses with multiple branches and locations”
AgSync, Inc will be available to demonstrate “AgSync Ground”, a new feature added to the AgSync web-based work order management system designed for agricultural producers, retailers, seed companies, and custom applicators. “AgSync Ground” features a flexible work flow design, making it an ideal communication platform to grow your business regardless of size.
Since 2008, many growers, consultants, producers, retailers, and seed companies, have experienced “AgSync Aerial” efficiencies and success in synchronizing the workflow between customers and aerial applicators. Building on that success and customer feedback, AgSync, Inc. has enhanced its aerial work order management system with new features specifically designed for managing ground application. A few of these features include: uploading variable rate prescriptions, new tools for organizing and dispatching work orders, and prescription file exports for common controllers.
AgSync’s unique service breaks through communication barriers to simplify the synchronization of real-time work order information between companies and individuals directly responsible or associated with delivering safe and timely applications of crop protection products.
“AgSync is designed with flexibility, connectivity, and the future in mind. It can be custom deployed to manage the growing complexities in agricultural relationships, communication, integration, workflow, and wireless connectivity within a small business or the complex agricultural retailers businesses with multiple branches and locations,” says Clay Rassi, AgSync Sales Manager.
AgSync, Inc. entered the market as an innovative leader, solving the complexities of communication, workflow, and logistics for the aerial application industry. AgSync is a cloud hosted service, which allows each user to place orders online with their local aerial applicator. Aerial applicators can then utilize specialized tools for organizing, dispatching, exporting work via digital media or wirelessly to aerial guidance systems, importing as-applied files for verification, and completion records for application use reporting. AgSync displays real-time online order tracking, reporting, and order alerts via text or email to keep ag producers, crop consultants, sales reps, seed companies, retail staff, and applicators informed from order creation to completion without being stuck in the office.
AgSync, Inc. is a web-based SaaS provider for the AgSync work order management system. AgSync, Inc. is the leader in services designed to manage the wide range of communication, integration, and logistics complexities in aerial and ground application. AgSync services and tools are structured around agro-chemical traceability for regulatory compliance, communicating real-time information, and organization for efficiency to break through barriers in communication, limited resources, management, and integration. Strengthen your customer relationships utilizing AgSync to accomplish in minutes what used to take days.
IDEAg Interconnectivity Conference, to be held June 25-27 in Altoona, IA at the Prairie Meadows Racetrack and Casino, is a first-of-its-kind event where interconnected ag solutions providers, precision ag users and producer thought leaders meet to share ideas on the future of connected agriculture, will open with a keynote presentation at the evening reception by Kip and Kyle Tom, followed by two full days of educational sessions.
IDEAg’s Interconnectivity Conference is an educational forum that provides information and allows discussion on the complexities of our interconnected age. The conference will launch June 25 in Altoona, Iowa, and run until the June 27. Audience members will include farmers, producers, agribusiness leaders representing technologies that will be essential for an interconnected future. To learn more, visit www.ideaggroup.com.