AgriWebb, Conservis partner to promote stronger ag ecosystem

Leaders in cloud-based software join forces to focus on the success of the farmer.

February 9, 2022

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AgriWebb, Conservis partner to promote stronger ag ecosystem

Conservis, a global leader in solutions-driven farm management software, and AgriWebb, an international provider of market-leading digital Livestock Business Management software, have joined in a new co-marketing partnership. 

Providing farmers who raise both crops and livestock access to robust technologies, the collaboration emphasizes the strengths of their respective solution sets. The partnership positions Conservis and AgriWebb to develop an ecosystem where farmers have direct access to their platforms and, over time, to other qualified partners. While there are no integrated technologies involved, both companies believe there is real value to their customers by bringing the best of both technologies to farmers.

"We are partnering to solve problems for our clients who need both crop and livestock solutions, and through that partnership, we are going to continue to advance better ways to work together for our clients," says Pat Christie, president, Conservis.

Both companies recognize the challenges farmers face when planning, tracking and providing traceability on farm, whether for crops or livestock. Farmers increasingly rely on cloud-based platforms to harness data. This allows diversified producers to add their livestock expenses to the Conservis farm management system to gain a full financial picture of their operation. AgriWebb and Conservis give them actionable records and reports to make on-the-spot decisions.

"At AgriWebb, we believe that like-minded innovative companies coming together to build a connected ecosystem is vital for digital technologies to deliver on their promise to farmers and ranchers. We are excited to partner with Conservis, which shares our values and commitment to serving farmers and ranchers through actionable, data-driven insights," says Kevin Baum, co-founder and CEO, AgriWebb.


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