Trimble software helps farmers increase productivity, profitability, sustainability

Trimble is consolidating three of its agriculture software products - Connected Farm, Farm Works Software, and Agri-Data solutions - into one powerful farm data management platform called Trimble Ag Software.

This all-in-one tool offers customers a complete desktop, web-based and mobile-enabled agricultural software solution designed to simplify farm data management to drive productivity, profitability, and sustainability for farmers, crop advisors, agricultural retailers, and food processors.

Trimble says farmers are under increasing pressure to produce higher yields while soft commodity prices are forcing them to lower costs. In order to achieve this, farmers are looking at a variety of options including farm management software to help make informed, timely decisions that save money on inputs and create greater efficiencies on the farm.

Trimble Ag Software offers an integrated desktop, online, and mobile solutions to assist farmers in viewing recommendations from trusted advisors and making quick adjustments when necessary, viewing historical application records and tracking fleet locations with status updates.

This real-time management gives farmers the power to make smarter data-driven decisions.

Amid the current shift toward precision agriculture practices, farmers are also running into hurdles with technology integration. When farmers mix precision agricultural hardware and software with third-party vendors, the results can lead to lost time tied to data re-entry, USB data transfer, or multiple support entities.

To offset these barriers, Trimble Ag Software integrates with its hardware solutions plus third-party manufacturers using Trimble’s API.

By using one technology platform, supported by a global Trimble Vantage distribution network, Trimble says farm data can now flow wirelessly across the entire farm and to trusted advisors. This provides timely crop input recommendations and eliminates data re-entry which saves time and reduces potential errors.

www.trimble.com/agriculture.

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