Climate FieldView and Conservis Partner for Seamless Connection

Conservis Corporation, a leading provider of enterprise ag management solutions, and The Climate Corporation, a subsidiary of Monsanto Company, are partnering for seamlessly connectivity between FieldView and the Conservis platform. This will provide enhanced operational tracking and financial reporting.

“A key part of our mission is to unify the farm’s data,” says Matt Moen, vice president of channel sales at Conservis. “Through this new partnership with The Climate Corporation, we can now provide farmers advanced insights through a single platform to help them make economic decisions powered by agronomic data – agnostic of equipment color.”

The company’s cloud-based software provides growers, managers and ag investor’s comprehensive solutions to create operational plans, manage production activities and make better decisions. Reports are easily shared with partners, landowners, funders, insurance companies and regulatory agencies.

This collaboration will deliver farmers a simple solution to easily access a broad and interconnected set of tools, services and data through one, connected digital agriculture platform, helping them optimize all of their farm management decisions throughout the year.

Conservis’s Machine Data Integration will automatically integrate planting, application and harvest data captured in a farmer’s Climate FieldView account to enhance the operational and economic decision-making and reporting tools in the Conservis platform. Farmers will be able to view activity records using production data from any equipment brand that is connected to the Climate FieldView platform, providing farmers a more holistic view of their operation and eliminating the need for manual data entry.

“It shouldn’t be a manual process to move data between farm management systems,” says Mark Young, chief technology officer for The Climate Corporation. “We look for synergies where data can be easily exchanged between our Climate FieldView platform and our platform partners to give farmers the power to centralize their data, uncover valuable field insights and optimize inputs. We are thrilled to work with Conservis and further expand data-driven insights on the farm.”

Since launching in 2015, The Climate Corporation’s Climate FieldView platform has more than 100,000 user totaling more than 100 million acres across the U.S, Canada and Brazil. 


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