Trimble is establishing a business solutions group in its agriculture division to support the more complex needs of agricultural leaders.
The Trimble Agriculture Business Solutions group will provide customers with technology integration across their business and data solutions to improve operational efficiencies and enhance decision making throughout the value chain.
Agricultural customers are adopting technology solutions in multiple areas of their businesses. With agronomic, logistics, operational, financial, and mobile technologies all advancing simultaneously, Trimble says these customers require a partner to provide expertise across business platforms.
The Agriculture Business Solutions group combines portfolios from Agri-Data, the Connected Farm solution, Farm Works Software solution, Cengea Ag, and Iron Solutions. These key components will be linked to allow customers to solve complex technology problems with a single provider - Trimble.
With this move, Trimble says the company is transforming the way the agricultural value chain works.
A company news release says, “We have integrated multiple technologies - from hardware to software to mobile devices - to enable our customers to succeed. With software and services that work with a broad range of equipment manufacturers and crop inputs, Trimble is well positioned to partner with customers to enable them to more quickly experience the benefits that today’s technologies deliver.”
Trimble’s expertise in agricultural technology supports farmers, agronomists, agricultural retailers, food processors, and distributors throughout the supply chain to implement technology solutions.
An added level of service and support is available through Trimble’s Vantage distribution network, which provides customers with precision agriculture experts who deliver a premier level of technical expertise, customer service, and support capabilities.
Over the last decade, Trimble has continued to advance its integrated agricultural software and services solutions that touch nearly every aspect of the agriculture supply chain.